2. The Bhangarh Fort, India

The Bhangarh Fort in India’s Rajasthan was built in 1537, and today remains alongside a number of old palaces and temples. The fort’s curse originated through a wizard who, falling in love with Banghar’s princess, used black magic to draw the princess to him. However, the princess was not fooled, and threw the bowl of magic potion against a boulder. The boulder began to roll toward the wizard and, in despair and anger, before being crushed to death, the wizard cursed the town, commanding its destruction. The town was invaded and pillaged not long after, and the princess, along with the town’s inhabitants, were killed. To this day, the fort is haunted by those who were killed.