Ghost Story of Grand Paradi Towers Mumbai
Grand Paradi Towers are popular residential towers in Mumbai. The towers are located in the Mumbai’s wealthy area, Malabar Hill in South Mumbai. Right now, the towers are widely known for its ghost stories and spooky experiences. It is also included in the list of the most haunted places in Mumbai. In other article, the place is now one of the most spookiest places in India. The towers are widely known and popular in Mumbai, thanks to scary experiences by a few flat owners and some incidents.
A Family Committed Suicide
Property is always a matter of fight in many countries around the world. An elderly couple, Shri Vasudeo Dalal and Tara Dalal committed suicide from this tower on June 14, 1998 as they were tortured emotionally by their own son and daughter-in-law over the property matter. A suicide note was written by elderly couple and mentioned the reason.
Mumbai Police arrested the couple on the basis of suicide note written by elderly couple. The long trial was started then, and ended on March 28, 2005. The couple along with their 19 year old daughter committed suicide by jumping off from the same floor, same balcony and at the exact same spot.
About 20 People Committed Suicide from the Grand Paradi Towers, Mumbai
Did you know? About 20 people have committed suicide by jumping off from the various balconies of the towers. Due to these scary experiences and incidents, the Grand Paradi Co-operative Housing Society sought a counseling session from Counseling and Suicide Prevention Centre (CASP), attended by over 100 residents.
Towers Was Built on Burial Ground
According to local people, the Grand Paradi Towers were built on a former land of burial ground. Many dead bodies were moved from this place to elsewhere while laying the foundation of these three buildings. A few people have also complained that, they have heard the voice of invisible forces. These invisible forces advice the house owner to commit suicide by jumping off from the tower.
Article first published on May 6, 2016.