Road Sukkur 200 Years Old Haveli
This is the MOST HAUNTED and dangerous HAVELI (haveli means a big house full of
many family members made by grand father's of the family) of Pakistan located in
Sukkur on Bander Road alongwith river Indus. This is 200 years old haveli where
the Hindu's Family used to live before Partition of Sub-Continent. A lady named
"Radika" was one of the family member who lived there. This is the Spirit today
who is harassing the alive males and ask them to marry with her (i.e. a spirit).
Nobody knows was she murdered or died by an accident....? Nobody dare to move on
the road after 10:00 PM. WATCH these videos for more INVESTIGATION. When trying
to demolish this 200 years old building, problems creates each time.
2) Bride at Karsaz:- 1960s
Many people have claimed to see a woman dressed up in bridal clothes on the road
On this road is the home of the Bride of Karsaz (haunted since 1960s). The rests
in the middle of this patch of road, which people claim forever seems haunted.
The bride’s home is a small insignificant graveyard. It is said that there is a
jilted bride that awaits late-night travellers on the Dalmia road that connects
Karsaz with Jauhar. If a traveller passes her while going home, something
usually causes them to stop, and she appears as a beautiful woman dressed in
bridal red. The stunning beauty waves as if she needs a ride or help and
speaking a language no one seems to understand. As you look at her beautiful
face, you will see it start to turn into something else, maggots begin to come
out of her face and the hair on the back of your head will stand. Some say they
have been chased by her screaming while others were able to flee without a
sound. But one thing they all agree on is that after dark no one should travel
on Dalmia Road alone, for the bride still awaits her groom.
3) Shamshan Ghat, Hyderabad Sindh.
This place is on the top of the list in graveyards. This place is about 200
years old (since the year 1800) and Hindus’ burning and burial ritual are
performed here. As per guards and other staff claim that they have seen small
children coming to play and make noise after sunset. Guards never saw anyone
coming from the gate because the boundary wall of this place is very high and
the gate has also closed by them every night. The children just come from
nowhere and disappear afterwards. That’s one creepiest thing...
Shamshan Ghat or Crematory is in Hyderabad Sindh region of Pakistan near Badin
Chowk. Many claim that spirits who are dead but never reached their destination
even after death. If you really want to experience some creepiest paranormal
activity, then this place is on the top of the list in graveyards.
4) House No. 39 K, block 6, PECHS, Karachi (since 1992-93).
There is a house in Karachi, named 39 K. Most people claim about a pale woman
wearing a white dress, walking along the house and street, disappearing about
3:00 AM early morning. If you were to tarry along the streets of block 6 at
P.E.C.H.S, KARACHI, you will see a light glowing around house No. 39-K. where it
might simply mean that someone is living there most people insist seeing a pale
woman wearing a white dress, walking along the street and disappearing about
5) The Koh-i-Chiltan
According to the legend associated with it and by local myth, it always
considered very haunted by the spirits of forty babies. The tallest peak in the
Chiltan range is said to be haunted by the ghosts of 40 dead children. The local
legend of the peak is about a couple who once left 40 babies on the peak to
survive on their own. It is these children that they say can be heard crying in
despair in the night when the winds blow strong, carrying down their voices
calling to people to come up.
The story of the couple is fairly simple, poor and without a child, they sought
the help of many clerics and healers. One such cleric’s son said he would be
able to help them even though others couldn’t. He spent many nights praying and
the couple was not only blessed with one but forty children.
Being unable to care for so many the husband decided to leave 39 on the mountain
top to fend for themselves. They say the wife was drawn to the wails of the 39
and taking the 40th child she saw that all were alive, she left her last child
there to tell her husband the good news. Upon returning, all of them were gone.
6) Shireen Cinema Karachi
(basically haunted since 2006 and closed since 2010).
Who says’ you can’t enjoy a good movie just because you are dead? According to
workers, this cinema has been closed for some time due to some visitors that
were not expected. Apparently, voices and singing can be heard coming from the
back of the cinema, and shadows can be seen on the screen when no on is there.
How about that for a scary movie?
Shireen Cinema is located in the North of Karachi and is closed for public since
year 2010, as people and the staff of the cinema had felt some unusual things
happening in the cinema. It is one haunted place in Karachi where ghosts come to
watch movies; according to one of the staff members of the cinema, there are
many ghosts living with their families in different areas of the cinema. Anyone
can easily hear voices of people talking at the back row of the cinema at night
knowing no one is in the cinema at that time. Things like the dripping of the
water from the taps where there is no pipe line for water and people sitting in
front of the screen singing songs and their shadows can easily be seen on the
wall are happening inside the Shireen Cinema. So if you dare enough to see all
this can visit the cinema and experience some scary paranormal activity by
7) Chowkandi Graveyard, Karachi
Chowkandi Graveyard, located on the highway of Karachi has been considered as
the most haunted graveyard, People located nearby claim that they heard people
shouting and apparition have been witnessed also. Nobody dare to visit it after
the sunset. Chowkandi graveyard located on the National Highway of Karachi,
Pakistan is amongst the most ancient graveyard of the country, around 600 (six
hundred) years old. It is also considered as one of the most haunted graveyard,
nobody attempts to visit there after sunset as they would most likely to
experience some unusual/paranormal activities. According to the people who live
nearby, they heard people shouting and apparition have also been witnessed.
Overall the Chokandi Graveyard has its own ancient beauty that attracts
visitors, but nobody dare to visit it after the sunset. Not to forget the great
factor of Black Magic, usually done in this graveyard with a goat’s head
8) The Sheikhupura Fort, Lahore
This fort is in bad shape and nobody want to reshape it because people believe
that its haunted by the spirits of queens who used to reside there once.
9) The Mohatta Palace Karachi
This palace is a museum now where guards claim that things have a tendency to
move from on place to another, the claim also has been made of lights moving
around, when no one is in the palace.
Built in 1927 by Shivratan Chandraratan, it was abandoned when India and
Pakistan partition took place. This incredible palace is now a museum. But many
strange things seem to happen here when the visitors are gone and the lights
grow dim. Many of the workers claim that things have a tendency to move
themselves, from one place to another, claims have been made of lights moving
around, when no one is inside. The guards believe that the palace is haunted by
ghosts from the British Raj; they say their presence can be “felt” during the
night while the guards are on duty.
10) Hawks Bay Hut (Karachi) (mysterious hut)
They say that this particular hut has never been rented out, and if someone is
foolish enough to rent it, they never make it through the night there. For
during the night especially on a full moon, weddings are held by Jinnat. They do
not take kindly to uninvited guests. So beware before renting this hut at Hawk’s
11) Kalabagh Dam (Punjab)
Locals around the area claim that a woman is seen, wandering around at night.
She is small in height, enormous, and with very long hair. If people gaze at her
too long, it is said that she attacks the one gazing at her.
12) Lake Saif-ul-Maluk
Once, many centuries ago they say a Prince of Persia fell in love with the Fairy
Princess of the Lake. The Fairy Princess in turn fell madly in love with the
Persian Prince, but she was to all promised to a Demon. Upon hearing about their
love, the Demon killed both the Prince and the Fairy Princess and to this day
the fairies return to the lake to mourn the death of the two lovers.