A “Ghost” Moved A Chair In A Restaurant In Karachi & It's Kinda Spooky

By Janita Tahir | 25 Oct, 2020

Who doesn’t love a good ghost story? The thrill we get from these is always fun. Every one of us has sat in our group of friends at least once and talked about that old dado ka ghar that was basically just a haunted house. Sharing these ghost stories and then being scared to go to the washroom at night has its own charm.

However, witnessing a spooky incident yourself is not as much fun. That’s why a freak accident over at a restaurant in Karachi had so many people scared.

Recently, a user posted a video in a food group about how a restaurant in Karachi is haunted by an alleged ghost

In the video, the two friends were seen enjoying their food at the restaurant at Rashid Minhas road. While one was calmly eating his pizza, the other one was filming the surroundings. He was talking about how the chair behind them had literally just moved. However, while he was alluding to what happened, the chair actually moved.

The “ghost” chair literally moved from one spot to another with nobody touching it

In the video, you can clearly see the chair move from one place to another in a quick motion. Even though nobody even touched it!

Ghost moved chair in Karachi
Image Via: Facebook.com/Osama Khimani

This scared the two guys and they ran out of the restaurant

The video shows the two friends being clearly shaken by the moving chair. The one calmly eating his food just a minute ago jumped out of his seat as his friend freaked out and asked to leave.

In his post about the video, the person who filmed it said that his hands were shaking while posting about it. He said that after the incident happened, they even left their food without finishing it and ran out of there.

Haunting chair in karachi
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When they complained about the ghost incident to the waiter, his response was even creepier

In the post about the video, the person mentions that when he and his friends complained about the moving chair to the waiter, he said, “Sir koi baat nai, hojata hai kabhi kabhi.”

As if a self-moving chair in a crowded restaurant is something that happens on a daily basis! How scary.

Ghost in Karachi
Image Via: Facebook.com/Osama Khimani

People had a lot of mixed reactions to the post

A lot of people who watched the video thought it was very entertaining. And, of course, Pakistanis being Pakistanis, this was just another opportunity for us to troll each other and make witty comments.

Ghost in Karachi
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Ghost in Karachi
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Ghost in Karachi
Image Via: Facebook.com

However, many people thought this ghost story was fake

Well I mean, it’s not wrong to speculate. It is kind of suspicious how the person filming knew exactly when to film so they could get the moving chair on camera. Also, when I focused on the video, I could kinda see an editing cursor hover over the chair right when it moves. These details led many people to think the whole thing was photoshopped.

Ghost in Karachi
Image Via: Facebook.com
Ghost in Karachi
Image Via: Facebook.com
Ghost in Karachi
Image Via: Facebook.com

Overall, it was still an interesting little video that you can watch here. Do you guys think this was fake or did this actually happen? Let us know in the comments.

 

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Cover image Via: Facebook/Osama Khimani

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