Who said that Halloween is just a Western Festival? These days, Halloween has become as much as a popular even in Asia, as it is in the West. If you are residing in Pakistan and considering possible places to commemorate Halloween in the years to come, this article is exactly meant for you.
Jovago, the No.1 hotel booking website of Pakistan brings to you a complete guide on the perfect haunted spots in Pakistan.
● Mohatta Palace
Originally a summer house built by an Indian business in the British era, the famous Mohatta palace in Karachi now serves as a museum to display various artifacts. It is reported by museum’s guides that they have seen various objects shifting from their actual position. Although, it is said that the ghost of the businessman haunts the place, no harm to anyone has been reported.
● Chowkandi Graveyard
Located on the National highway in Karachi, Chowkandi graveyard is considered to be one of the oldest necropolises in Pakistan. The graveyard is visited by no one after sunset because of the various paranormal citations that have been reported. It is also claimed that Black magic is performed here with the help of an animal’s head.
● Koh-i-Chiltan Peak
An extension of the famous Hindu Kush range, the peak is said to derive its name from the Balochi word “Chiltan” which means forty bodies. According to a legend, a couple had 40 babies at a single time as a result of a priest’s prayer. The father left 39 babies on this peak to survive on their own, who then later stole the 40th baby from their parents. Since then, the peak is said to be haunted by these forty babies. It is considered to be the most haunted mountain in Pakistan.
● Shamshan Ghat – Hyderabad
The 250-years old cemetery in Hyderabad is used as a burial site by Hindus. Guards have reported to seeing children coming out of nowhere at night and playing in the graveyard.
Just a word of caution before you all start visiting these haunted places. DO NOT go alone. If these places are really cursed by the evil spirits, then it is better to head out there in the form of group.Do not forget to share your experience with us in the comments section below.
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