Uttarakhand, also known as The Land of God, is renowned for its stunning hill towns, temples, breathtaking panoramas, lush meadows, exhilarating treks, and a wide range of other adventure activities it provides. Particularly for residents of the Delhi-NCR region, Uttarakhand is a popular destination.
Lambi Dehar Mines in Mussoorie
One of the most notorious yet well-liked tourist destinations in the state of Uttarakhand is Lambi Dehar Mines, which is located a few kilometres ahead of the hill town of Mussoorie. The mines are also referred to as the “Mine of Death,” and locals think a witch haunts them. The region inside and surrounding the mine is surrounded by rich vegetation and a lovely landscape, but it is all quite quiet. The mine operated up until the early 1990s, when it was closed due to the deaths of almost 50000 miners.
Lohaghat, Abbot Hill
The home looks exactly like any other building from a previous British era. White paint and a green landscape give it a serene appearance. After construction, Mr. Abbott, the owner, and his family stayed here for a very long time, but after a few years, they gave the property so that a hospital could be built there in the 1920s. Everything changed when a new doctor named Morrison joined the practise. The doctor is supposed to have had a divine ability to predict the future. Although he only ever foretold the patients’ deaths rather than any positive developments in their lives. The patient was moved to a special ward called “MUKTI KOTHRI” before a few days of the expected date. Since he was able to forecast the precise day of his death by observing the current patients and new arrivals.
You will be drawn to this mansion by the tale of the Mullingar Mansion, which was constructed in Uttarakhand about 1825. Nobody is aware of what happened to the mansion’s owner. How did this mansion end up desolate and vacant? Locals claim that unusual things occur here. According to legend, the initial owner of this home, Captain Young, still haunts the property.