These Allegedly Haunted Places In Islamabad Will Make Your Skin Crawl

The capital of Pakistan, Islamabad is undeniably a beautiful city. Peaceful and calm, the city is a perfect escape when you are tired of your busy, hectic routine. Without getting into any hassle of traffic or noise pollution of continuous honks on the roads, Islamabad is a perfect city.

That is what many of us Pakistanis, including myself believe in. However, according to this video, there are certain places in Islamabad which are said to be haunted.

With the nights so lonely and the trees, thickets, and forests casting their shadows everywhere, the superstitions in the minds of locals occur, knowing how the city is filled with mountains, empty roads, and mysterious locations. If you are an Islamabadi or someone who has visited the city often, you might want to share your input with us after reading the allegedly haunted places:

1. Buddhist Graveyard Sector F-6

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A number of tourists and other people have claimed that they heard crying and walking noises of jinns when they visited the Buddhist graveyard.

2. Trail-3 Margalla Hills

While the locals and travelers love hiking their way to the top, the trail 3 is allegedly said to be haunted when tourists heard rustles and whispers in the forest during nighttime.

3. Kachnar Park, Sector I-8

While many have stated the haunting news of the Kachnar Park is bogus, a number of people have shared their concerns when they visited the park during the nighttime.

4. Shah Allah Ditta Caves, Sector D-12

Formed 700 years ago, the Shah Allah Ditta Caves is so old that the place is said to be falling down. Given how old it is, the tourists have shared how they believe it is haunted as they heard voices of people talking to each other during the nighttime.

Lok Versa near Shakarperian road, Trail 5 and Haunted Hill Sector F-6 are also said to be haunted as per this video:

Surely the video shows how scary these places in Islamabad are and given the experiences, people shared after visiting the locations makes this video even more believable.

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