The brave tenant moves to the ‘haunted house,’ where they hung the family of 11 members with notes on the mysterious ritual.
A Bravant tenant moved to a house that is said to have hung family of 11.
Nine members of the Chundawat family were found hanging from an iron grill in the hallway with clothes above their eyes at a property in Delhi, India.
A woman who appeared in her sixties was found blindfolded and hung with a frame, while another woman’s body was discovered on the hallway floor in the eighties, reports The Indian Express.
Strange notes were found about a mysterious ritual with the deceased family, police said. But the pathologist Drs. Mohan Kashyap has provided information about his new residence in the Burari district.
I don’t believe in superstition and ghosts.
Commenting on the deaths in July last year, the 45-year-old said: “I don’t believe in superstition and ghosts.”
“I am getting a house that fits my budget; all I know is only this.”
The brother of one of the victims, Dinesh Singh Chundawat, went to his house. He said he wanted to sell the two-story property due to “bad memories,” but no buyer was found. “In February, I started looking for tenants. But many people in the neighborhood have already spread rumors about ghosts.”
Dinesh said he found a previous tenant but moved quickly.
Police in the Indian capital confirmed that the deaths are believed to have been murders.
Joint Commissioner of Police Alok Kumar said: “We have received handwritten notes that.” “They are complete notes, and we are studying them.” Police also found a dead pet dog on the roof of the house