There was a time when people thought that only brown people sat with their families and exchange Gothic events, they went through, but it is an interesting topic for almost everyone nowadays. The heavy footsteps we hear at night, the chillness we feel when hearing the supernatural activities, the burden at shoulders when we talk about them, is a very common condition. Pakistan is rich on one hand for its cultivated fields, its green forests and its beautiful landscape, but on the other hand, it has many haunted places to explore either or to avoid to go among those there are:

The Most Haunted Places in Pakistan
Ruheen Salam
Ruheen Salam

The Most Haunted Places in Pakistan

Keywords: Haunted Places, Pakistan, Karachi, Quetta, Lahore, Shamshan Ghatt Hyderabad, Sheikhupura Fort Lahore, Mohatta Palace Karachi, Koh i Chiltan Quetta, Shahi Fort Lahore, The Ghost of Karsaz Karachi, Shireen Cinema Karachi

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There was a time when people thought that only brown people sat with their families and exchange gothic events, they went through, but it is an interesting topic for almost everyone nowadays. The heavy footsteps we hear at night, the chillness we feel when hearing the supernatural activities, the burden at shoulders when we talk about them, is a very common condition. Pakistan is rich on one hand for its cultivated fields, its green forests and its beautiful landscape, but on the other hand, it has many haunted places to explore either or to avoid to go among those there are:

SHAMSHAN GHAT HYDERABAD:

Hyderabad Shamshan Ghat is the most famous crematory of Pakistan not because it is an old burial-place of Hindus but of its bone-chilling rumors of paranormal activities. Paranormal instigators also found the presence of supernatural beings in this crematory. People are so scared of this place that they can’t even roam around it after sunset. Many people saw children playing there and vanish in front of their eyes.

There was a time when people thought that only brown people sat with their families and exchange gothic events, they went through, but it is an interesting topic for almost everyone nowadays. The heavy footsteps we hear at night, the chillness we feel when hearing the supernatural activities, the burden at shoulders when we talk about them, is a very common condition. Pakistan is rich on one hand for its cultivated fields, its green forests and its beautiful landscape, but on the other hand, it has many haunted places to explore either or to avoid to go among those there are:

SHAMSHAN GHAT HYDERABAD:

Hyderabad Shamshan Ghat is the most famous crematory of Pakistan not because it is an old burial-place of Hindus but of its bone-chilling rumors of paranormal activities. Paranormal instigators also found the presence of supernatural beings in this crematory. People are so scared of this place that they can’t even roam around it after sunset. Many people saw children playing there and vanish in front of their eyes.

SHEIKHUPURA FORT LAHORE:

This place is among the oldest relics of Pakistan and needed immediate reconstruction but workers refused to work there, as they claimed there is a spirit here who doesn’t allow anyone to disturb her, and she is the queen of this fort.

SHEIKHUPURA FORT LAHORE

MOHATTA PALACE KARACHI:

Mohatta Palace is a museum built-in 1927 in the posh seaside of Clifton by Shivratan Mohatta. Its way of construction is inspired by Rajasthani architecture. Many tourists visit this place for its splendid beauty but they find the presence of so unseen creatures as well. At late night one can hear the voices of some lavish parties inside the palace. According to staff, things move from one place to another without being touched by anyone.

MOHATTA PALACE KARACHI:

Mohatta Palace is a museum built-in 1927 in the posh seaside of Clifton by Shivratan Mohatta. Its way of construction is inspired by Rajasthani architecture. Many tourists visit this place for its splendid beauty but they find the presence of so unseen creatures as well. At late night one can hear the voices of some lavish parties inside the palace. According to staff, things move from one place to another without being touched by anyone.

KOH-I-CHILTAN QUETTA:

It is a mountain located in Baluchistan, which means forty bodies. There is a story related to this mountain that a couple left their 39 children here and after some days they missed the fortieth as well after that people saw and heard the noises of those children from that top and still, the situation is same. According to native people, they saw a big python snake hanging with a tree here.

KOH-I-CHILTAN QUETTA:

It is a mountain located in Baluchistan, which means forty bodies. There is a story related to this mountain that a couple left their 39 children here and after some days they missed the fortieth as well after that people saw and heard the noises of those children from that top and still, the situation is same. According to native people, they saw a big python snake hanging with a tree here.

SHAHI FORT LAHORE:

Shahi fort is another asset of Pakistan built by Mughals. It is a tourist place now, but some of its parts are closed for people among those there are many basements, because staff found the presence of prisoners’ spirits there.

SHAHI FORT LAHORE:

Shahi fort is another asset of Pakistan built by Mughals. It is a tourist place now, but some of its parts are closed for people among those there are many basements, because staff found the presence of prisoners’ spirits there.

THE GHOST OF KARSAZ KARACHI:

Karsaz road is a well-populated road of Karachi. It is famous for its Navy society but for its haunted stories as well. Many people saw a bride there after 3 am.  According to paranormal activists, they had proof of a woman’s spirit presence there.

THE GHOST OF KARSAZ KARACHI

SHIREEN CINEMA KARACHI:

Shireen cinema was once a public place for audiences, but one after another incident turned this cinema as a gothic place. During shows, ghosts threw stone at people and push them without any reason. Even the staff was terrified by going inside the cinema. At night they heard the footsteps of someone inside the building and the noises of parties at late at night. Though it is demolished almost now its fear of people is still there.

SHIREEN CINEMA KARACHI
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