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The night of spooks is here. Yes, we’re talking about Halloween! Kids usually dress up in their spookiest costumes to follow the old tradition of Trick or Treat, collecting candies from various houses. While it is a night of fun and frights, we decided to have a little fun of our own, by listing the top 5 most haunted places in Pakistan. P.S. read it with the lights on!

Karsaz Road, Karachi

Every Karachiite is familiar with the Karsaz Road, one of the busiest roads in Karachi. Now there is a famous tale revolving around this road. Particularly on its Dalmia Road, there a beautiful bride in a red dress which has been spotted by many people using that road. The story goes back to the 70s where a couple was driving home on their wedding night and got into a fatal accident. It is said that the woman’s ghost still roams around on that road, remembering the incident when she tried to help her dying husband.


Shamshan Ghat, Hyderabad

Every graveyard can give you the chills. However, the Shamshan Ghat in Hyderabad is on another level. It’s a 250-year-old graveyard, where it is said that Hindus used to perform their rituals of cremating the dead bodies. At present, people have witnessed paranormal activity of children playing there. It is believed that the souls never left that space.


Sheikhpura Fort, Lahore

The historic monument of Lahore is a tourist attraction, because of its heritage value. However, rumour has it that the Sheikhpura Fort in Lahore is haunted, with its haveli still holding the souls of the queens who have lived there.


The Koh-i-Chiltan Peak, Balochistan

A gorgeous peak, with the highest point is one of the major attractions of Balochistan. However, have you ever heard the story behind this tourist attraction? According to the tales, a couple lived there who could not have a child. In utter desperation, they decided to meet a pir for help. This ultimately led them to have 40 children, which also did not satisfy the couple as they could not provide for all them. With the couple abandoning 39 children, and the mother returning a few years later to find them alive, and eventually losing all her children, the place is haunted till date by those 40 children.


Mohatta Palace, Karachi

Who doesn’t know what the Mohatta Palace is? Built by the British, Fatima Jinnah resided there till her death. Till date, that place remains to be haunted, with objects moving here to there, and presence felt by several people. It is a museum which is open to the public in the morning, but make sure not to sneak in it at night, to remain far far away from a frightening experience.


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