Lothian Cemetery, Delhi – Most Haunted Cemeteries in World:
Graveyards, always believed to be superstitious and scary. If you ask someone to go to cemeteries in night, most of the people would back-out. Even most of the people not preferred to go near from cemeteries. The Lothian Cemetery is one of the oldest Christians graveyards established at the time of British India in 1808 in Lothian Road near Kashmiri Gate, Delhi India. Initially it was the burial ground for the royal people of Mughal Empire, but to show their sovereignty, it was overtook by British government and made it a graveyard only for English soldiers. The ancient tombs of Muslims were destroyed and opened, British government forced families of dead person to move dead body elsewhere as they did not wanted to bury their people near next to the Indian. At that time this place is one of the beautiful places in Delhi covered with trees, so British people captured it. All English soldiers who died in revolt of 1857 were buried here in the Lothian Cemetery. Lothian Cemetery assumed to be the most haunted cemeteries in the world. There are many haunted stories associated with the Lothian Cemetery, especially of the headless soldier. What is the story of headless soldier? What made this Graveyard the most haunted cemeteries in the world??
People who pass though Lothian Cemetery in night had seen a headless person holding his head in hand, and walking near Lothian Cemetery. It is assumed that this ghost is of an English man who falls in love with a girl but she rejected his proposal, so he committed suicide by shooting himself in head. It is also assuming that the ghost belongs to the English people who shoot in head by Indian in 1857 revolt. There is one another ghost story of Lothian Cemetery. People believed that the ghost of all ancient royal Indian whose bodies removed from this graveyard is still there.
Whatever the truth is I think every graveyard is a haunted place in night. No one preferred to go there even in morning.