The Ghost We Met During My College Days

This is a terrible experience I had when I was 22 years old only and had gone to visit Goa with my college friends. We had booked a Resort . By the time we reached airport and it was already evening. We hired a Tata Sumo to reach at our resort , but driver told us that the road, through which we have to go, was not good at all, especially in night. We asked him why, but he didn't say anything. After repeatedly requesting, and offering double charge, he agreed to drive us to the resort.
The roads were broken, no road lights either. It was too dark and we couldn't see anybody around. Driving for over an hour, but being nowhere close to our destination worried us a little, especially with the condition of the roads. We asked our driver to use Google maps. He seemed very confused, told us he knew the road well but probably took a wrong turn in dark. Meanwhile, we also had become very worried, the place was really unknown and it didn't look safe. Just then, we saw a lady, not so far away from the car, walking along the dark road. We thought that the lady was probably a local in the village. We couldn't see the lady's face, her back was facing us. "Hey Madam, can you tell us which was the right way to go to resort, please?" we shouted.
The lady stopped walking, but didn't look at us, neither did she respond. We thought she couldn't hear clearly,  so we asked again. After a while she just extended her right hand silently, to the right side of the forest. Thanking her, the driver changed the way to the right side of the jungle. It was just then that one of our friends suddenly screamed-"Look, look, see the lady!"
We all looked back and saw her drifting in the air, about 3 to 4 feet above the ground. Seeing this, we shouted out loudly and asked the driver to drive as fast as he could.
Finally reaching the resort we told the people there about our scary experience, the maids and hotel boys told us that the road was haunted and no one dares to walk through that road at night. Apparently many rural women had been murdered there while returning home from their workplace. So ladies of their village, even men never walk through that road at night."

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