The Rabindra Sarobar Metro Station is one of the busiest stations in the city of Kolkata, in India. It is situated on Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Road at Charu Chandra Avenue, and was named “Rabindra Sarobar” after an artificial lake located in the surrounding area of South Kolkata.
|⌻ Haunted Rabindra Sarobar Metro Station
Besides its busy days, this station has witnessed several suicides since the last few decades, and it has been tarnished by a number of bizarre deaths and accidents that have occasionally been reported within 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 causes it to be called the “Paradise of Suicide”.
On the other side, unusual ghostly events regularly occur in Rabindra Sarobar Metro Station, making it significantly one of the most haunted places in Kolkata.
The passengers of the last night-train often claim to see eerie shadows and obscured figures moving and then disappearing in the gust of wind. Some even assert to have witnessed such people inside their coach who vanished in front of their eyes, and sometimes they even hear the clear moaning sounds of children at this station area.
Some of the station attendants and train drivers also claim to have seen eerie figures walking around aimlessly, as well as they have even witnessed the feetless human figures hovering over the tracks. So that, the locals avoid this eerie station after night, and not a single living soul can be found there after the last train is left at 10:24 PM.