Haunted Places In Karachi
There are plenty of places in Karachi which are “considered” haunted and you should not dare visit them, well at least that’s what everybody around says. There are some places where you may get a feeling of being watched by someone. Here are some legit haunted places in Karachi.
The first haunted place on our list is Mohatta Palace. Built in Karachi in 1927 as the summer home of a Rajasthan businessman, Mohatta Palace is now an art museum. Although there are no specific legends associated with the alleged supernatural occurrences in Mohatta palace, there are plenty of stories to go around. Like museum guards claiming that they heard the sounds of huge parties in the palace’s rooms only to investigate and find nothing. Wine glasses floating through the air and entire exhibits being rearranged each morning.
Karsaz Road, the Bride of Karsaz
According to the legend, a young couple in the 1970s was driving home on their wedding night on a stretch of Dalmia Road in between Karsaz and Gulistan-e-Johar. Newly-wed husband was tired. As a result, he fell asleep at the wheel. At first, it just seems like a tragic accident. But ever since then, people have been reporting sightings on Karsaz Road of a bride in a red dress. She comes to drivers whose vehicles mysteriously stop on the road at night, presumably reliving her last moments on the road as she tried to help her dying husband.
Shireen Cinema is located in the North of Karachi and is closed for public. Since one and a half year 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 the staff members of the cinema, there are many ghosts living with their families in different areas of the cinema. Voices of people talking at the back rows of the cinema at night. While no one is in the cinema at that time. People sitting in front of the screen singing songs and shadows can easily be seen on the walls.
Hawks Bay – Haunted 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 Bay.