Panic erupted around abandoned military camp...

Panic erupted around abandoned military camp

 International Desk

 Published: 05:00 PM, 22 January 2022  

Photo: Collected

Photo: Collected

Panic has gripped a military camp that has been abandoned for 20 years. When night falls there, people living around the camp hears sound of crying, sometimes the sound of roaring. As soon as evening falls, people hears the sound of threshing paddy, as if someone jumps into the pond in the middle of the night.

And there is so much panic surrounding the abandoned military camp that the locals living next to the camp do not dare to leave the house as soon as daylight is extinguished.

According to Indian media ZEE News, the panic spread around an ancient military camp at Bishwanathpur in Deganga, North 24 Parganas, Kolkata, West Bengal.

In 1920, there was an army camp at Deganga Bishwanathpur. Even after the army left, the refugees lived in this huge house of 65 bighas. They lived in this house. Many refugees have also died here.

Some of the refugees who were finally there also left twenty years ago. The military camp has been in ruins for a long time.

The locals claim that as soon as the sun goes down, various noises come from the house. Suddenly it seems as if someone is shouting. Sometimes the sound of rice threshing comes. Sometimes, the locals hear the sound of jumping into the pond in the middle of the night.

Even if there is no wind, the sound of closing windows and doors are heard. Sometimes the sound of crying or croaking can be heard. Which has put the locals to sleep. The locals claim that the children are getting frightened by all the horrible noises. This military camp is even more terrifying on the night of the new moon-full moon.

Residents in the area say the abandoned camp has become a ground for anti-social activities. There were several raids by the police while several were arrested.

According to some locals, some people are spreading 'terror of ghosts' as planned to carry out anti-social activities. The locals demanded immediate renovation work to preserve the 'traditional' decades old military camp.