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Haunted Rabindra Sarobar Station | Kolkata

Rabindra Sarobar is one of the most busiest metro stations of the Kolkata City in India. The station situated on Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Road at Charu Chandra Avenue. It has got its name "Rabindra Sarobar" from an artificial lake located in the surrounding area of south Kolkata.

Besides its busy days, the station has witnessed several bizarre suicides since the last few decades, and it has indeed been tarnished due to various unusual deaths that occurred at the station area. The most weird thing is that more than 80% of all the suicide cases of Kolkata, which is also known as the City of Joy, take place at this particular station, that also termed it as the “Paradise of Suicide”.

The macabre events occurred in the Rabindra Sarobar Metro Station have also said to make it one of the most haunted places in Kolkata. The passengers of the last train at night often claim to see eerie shadows and obscured figures moving and then disappearing in the gust of wind. Some of them have w…
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