Haunted Ghost Beach In Chennai – Real Horror Story

Haunted ghost beach in chennai

Many of us do not believe in the existence of spirit and supernatural power. But still there are a lot of places that makes us feel the reality of evil and paranormal activities. This confession is about a person who got trapped in haunted beach in Chennai. This confession is about the Ghost beach. Have a look to this scary story in the form of a hair rising confession.

Haunted Ghost Beach, Chennai

Real Horror experience at the Ghost beach, Chennai

It was December 31st 2007 and I was into my early twenties. Myself and my college friends wanted to do something really good than the usual parties and stuff. So 4 of my friends and myself went to a liquor store and bought a few beers. I started driving in a famous freeway called the East Coast Road (E.C.R.). To describe about this haunted road, it is a scenic beauty with the beach on the left side of the road and bamboo trees all along giving it a spooky feeling if you are driving in the night.

Now, one of my friends suddenly suggested if we can go the “Ghost Beach”. To first give a gist about it, I think everybody knew about the Tsunami that hit the southern part of Asia in 2004 (Dec 24th) before Christmas and killed more than 5 lakh people around the Asian countries. In India, we had lost around one lakh people. So basically, the “Ghost Beach” got its name only after the tsunami washed away an entire fishermen village in floods and it is believed that the beach is haunted. We all decided to go to the beach before 12 and party there for New Years. Not a good idea, but then we wanted something different for the New Year, so we decided to go.

We were not that scared after we reached the place, but we decided to stick on together as we wanted to face “everything and anything” together than getting caught alone and suffering. As soon as we entered the place we were all sad and one of my friend started talking about his deceased girlfriend and cried. The other one started speaking about how his mom died and we were all down. We did not know why were talking about all those, but the place made us really gloomy.

We went and checked out the broken building, schools that still had the broken toys of the kindergarten students. It was very very depressing. So we drove to the shore and started drinking. We would have not even sipped the beer. Suddenly we heard a woman screaming like she was calling out to people around the neighbourhood for help. Thus, we thought to help and my friend went and started the car to turn on the lights. We could not see anybody. But all of us wanted to help so we started running towards the voice. It was then we realised it is a deserted place and nobody would be there at this time. That too a woman?

I shouted at my friends to stop running and we regrouped immediately to find that one of my friend is still missing. We tried calling his mobile phone but he would not answer it. We turned on the flashlights from our phones and searched for him everywhere but in vain. So we got back near the car and there he was sitting inside the car and crying. He stopped the ignition and turned off the lights immediately. We got scared and told them it was us, but he wouldn’t believe and he pushed us away. I went and sat next to him and comforted him and told we will all leave the place immediately. All of us got in. It was a single road. So, we had to reverse the car and were not able to turn the car until we reach the highway.

As soon as I started the ignition, I saw a old woman standing in front of the car bowing down. Her hair was covering the face and it looked as if she was staring at us. All of us screamed. I screeched the car to take reverse. The lady slowly started running towards us with her gaining speed with every passing step. And luckily we came to the highway and sped to the city limits immediately. We did not even utter a word to each other and my friend was shivering. He was down with fever for the next week. We all met him frequently to check whether he was okay.

Later, when we were discussing about it with the locals, they said it is common to see this woman. It is believed that on the day when Tsunami struck the village, she was calling out for help. The ambulance could not reach the village as the road was too small. As a result, many of her villagers and eventually she died there. So whenever she sees people, she calls out for help and runs towards them.

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