VRINDAVAN SOCIETY IN THANE MOST HAUNTED PLACE.

August 24, 2020 By Swapnil Suryawanshi

The spirit of a man roams in this society post midnight.

Mumbai and the areas surrounding it are some of the most crowded ones. Yet, they have their fair share of spooky tales to haunt people. From the dilapidated Mukesh Mills in south Mumbai to the haunting at Grand Paradi Towers, from the D’Souza Chawl in Mahim to Aarey Milk Colony, there are so many haunted places in the city. But one of the scariest one is the Vrindavan Society in Thane. Also Read – Most Haunted: Meet The Lady in White at Sanjay Van in Delhi.

This society was under construction in the ’80s and after eight-nine years, it was finally open for residents. When it was constructed, Virnavan was one of the most sought-after addresses in Thane and has since been home to people from different parts of the country. There are as many as a hundred buildings in the complex and the area is very densely populated. Despite this though, every once in a while there are stories of a ghost that slaps people! Also Read – Most Haunted: Top 10 Places in Kolkata That Will Scare The Living Daylights Out of You!

The slapping ghost has gained enough coverage and has made Vrindavan Society one of the most haunted places in India. People continue to stay here but there is always something mysteriously spooky about 66B and not many like to go near that building late at night. Why the ghost slaps people isn’t clear but word on the street is that there is a spirit and it refuses to leave even after so many years.

The story goes that a man who lived in building 66B committed suicide in his flat in Vrindavan Society. Ever since then, his spirit has haunted people in the middle of the night. The ghost of this man has slapped guards who have been on duty at night. An invisible force slaps them and they cannot find anyone around. Some residents have also felt his presence in their flats at night or seen his spirit in the society. Though there are non-believers too who haven’t experienced anything of this sort despite living in the society for years, those who have can never shake it off. Also Read – Most Haunted: 6 Hotels in India Which Guarantee You Sleepless Nights!

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Aug 16, 2014 – Vrindavan or Brindavan society of Thane is a shining example of one such place. This society is a large residential complex, foundation of Vrindavan.

Vrindavan society has about 100 buildings. Amongst these buildings is building no 66 B which is situated on the north side of the society .It is said that a middle aged man committed suicide from the balcony of this building .

After his death paranormal activities in the society started .Many people have complained of strange incidents . Once a guard was slapped so hard he fell down from his chair .Upon looking around nothing was found .

Some places get notorious as haunted for no specific reason really. People see a house vacant for years and start fearing it. Someone dies in a house in mysterious circumstances and the house is immediately labeled as haunted or cursed. Vrindavan or Brindavan society of Thane is a shining example of one such place. This society is a large residential complex, foundation of which was laid in the year 1984. The project was completed in early 90s 

And he is quite right. It would not be incorrect to call Vrindavan as one of the posh areas of Thane. It is beautifully located and is being inhabited with wonderful people living in well built flats. Surprisingly, there have been more than one suicide in the complex but people only talk about one death which kind of shows that they do not know what they are talking about. Further, there are hundreds of places which become popular among people wanting to kill themselves primarily because of the ease of dying. Majority of these places are from where one can jump to his or her death.