How well could you know a city? Even if you have lived in a city your entire life, there are things about the city you will never know. Every city has secrets and the best kept secrets are its darkest. Stories of massacres, wars, hauntings – these are stories that no one will ever hear, unless they go out looking for them. Deep is a Radio Jockey, history buff and blogger from Kolkata who does exactly that. In this podcast, he will be bringing you stories that chill, thrill and frighten the living daylights out of you. Ready for the Ten Dark Secrets of Kolkata?
Bank Robbery Part 02
How long will you stick to your plan if it keeps getting delayed for one reason or another? Anant Singh did. For the longest time. An actor turned politician turned gang leader, Anant Singh, hatched a plan, set the ball rolling for the execution but did he have a home run?
Bank Robbery Part 01
Have you watched “Khelein Hum Jee Jaan se” and “Chittagong”? The films are about a man who lead one of the extremist groups in India. A group who organized massive robberies to buy weapons. And a lot of this happened over a cup of tea.
What would you do if you would see a man, living in your neighbourhood, who would never talk or go out, but every weekend someone would come to his place and never leave? Isn’t that creepy? Would you not want to find out what goes on inside that house? Then discover this bizarre story with Deep.
Ted Bundy, Albert Fish, Andrei Chikatilo- you must have heard about these serial killers. But did you know that Kolkata too had a serial killer? And that was a woman. Find out one of the most horrific methods of murdering that happened in the city of celebration- Kolkata, with Deep.
Kolkata, the city of palaces, has been infamous for a black hole. What is this black hole? And where is it now? And was Kolkata invaded by Japan in broad daylight? What were the repercussions? Did it lead to the greatest famine and the death of 3 million Bengalis?
Kolkata, the city of joy, is built on hidden cemeteries. From South Club to Park Street, there are hidden cemeteries underneath the most famous places. In fact, some of the famous hospitals, schools, markets and railway tracks are all build on the graveyards.