Not a horror fan tbh, I’m a peace loving person, trying this for the 1st time though. Darr na lage toh thoda natak kar lena darneka.
Dont miss the ending!
Ghosts, Bhoot, etc is such a concept jiske baare mein sochna aur padhna din mein acha lagta hai.
3 am concept theories, Ped ke paas no-hasi mazak, girls ko khule baal nai rakhne chahiye, out country is so diverse that we have even more diverse myths like this.
Growing up, I always wanted to go on a bike ride at night, something about it seemed really cool to me. It wasn’t until I was 18 that my mom finally let me. She told me to wear my helmet, have my phone, take a torch, and she set the parameters for where I was allowed to go. She gave me about 4 kilometers, which was a lot to me. So right after the sun set, I was off.
I loved it. There were no people out walking their dogs, no kids running around, the temperature was perfect, etc.. It was really fun, so fun, that I ignored the limits my mom set. You see, where I was biking was all walking paths near Uttan. It was one of those grassy areas between two neighborhoods. There’s this long path that went at least 600 feet at a 25 degree angle. I was flying down this beach, having an absolute blast, and darted right through the parameters.
My mom set these limits for a reason. Everything on the inside was close to houses and people. The outside, more specifically, the place where the path I was on lead to, was barren. I rode along this path for 10 minutes before I could only see some of the lights of the houses on the inside of the limits.
After 15 minutes of riding along this dirt path, I hear singing. It sounded about 30-40 feet in front of me. I stop riding to hear it better. It was a woman’s voice. She was singing Gumnaam Hai Koi. But she wasn’t singing the words, just the melody of the vocals. Her voice was strange. You know how when you have cough in your throat, your voice gets scratchy? That’s what her voice sounded like.
I inch forward to try and see her. I get close enough to see the silhouette of hair bouncing up and down, like she was headbanging. I decide to get my torch out. I’m thinking that maybe this person is in need of help or something. Or maybe this is an insane person and the light will scare them away. So I take the torch out of my pocket, point it at her, and turn it on.
The moment the light hit her, she stopped moving completely. She was facing away from me. She had disgusting hair that seemed to be sticking together in clumps. Some of her hair was ripped off, too. She was wearing a very over-sized, white frock. I was almost too scared to move. I think she was, too. I conjured up as much bravery as I could and said “Sorry” in a very, sorry-to-disturb-you, kind of way. She didn’t respond.
I turned off the torch and put it back in my pocket. Just as I was turning my bike around, she screams. She screams in an awful, awful, high pitched voice. I damn near shit myself as I throw myself back onto my bike. I hear her voice getting closer to me. I book it as fast as I can. I don’t look behind me, and I don’t stop riding. Her screaming grew quieter and quieter until it dissolved into the howling of the wind until I realised my backseat was suddenly full.
This is purely fictional, mere life mein ek hi bhoot hai aur woh kaafi hai!
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