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Our website features original stories about ghost hunting in Hawaii. Where you will find valuable information, such as, what places to visit, what kind of gear to bring with you and whether to travel alone or with some friends.We will also share with you some urban legends and stories you should pay attention to if you intend to go on ghost hunting.

 

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The Creepy Side Of Paradise

Hawaii is a fantastic place if you are into sunny beaches, stunning sunsets, beautiful nature. It is also a historic landmark during the Second World War. However, not many people are aware that this paradise also has a dark side. This is one of the most hunted states in the U.S., where you can encounter many ghost hunters and hear many creepy stories.

Popular Stories And Urban Legends

The house is located at 8th Avenue and Harding Avenue in Honolulu and has some somewhat suspicious past. The majority of that dark past is the cannibalistic demon named Kasha. The demon feeds on dead human flesh. The legend says that man murdered his entire family and hid their bodies on the property.

The Kaimuki House Of Horrors

The house is located at 8th Avenue and Harding Avenue in Honolulu and has some somewhat suspicious past. The majority of that dark past is the cannibalistic demon named Kasha. The demon feeds on dead human flesh. The legend says that man murdered his entire family and hid their bodies on the property.
Many tourists enjoy cliff diving show attractions, but there is a dark secret lurking deep on the lagoon. The locals believe that there is an evil spirit who haunts the bay and it’s out there for human sacrifice.

The Drowning Ghost Of Waimea Valley Falls

Many tourists enjoy cliff diving show attractions, but there is a dark secret lurking deep on the lagoon. The locals believe that there is an evil spirit who haunts the bay and it’s out there for human sacrifice.
The legend of Mujina first appeared in the Japanese folklore and was brought by Japanese immigrants. A Mujina is a faceless creature that can mimic a human form. The first record of Mijina was in 1959 when a woman reported seeing a faceless woman in drive-in theater bathroom in Kahala.

Mujina, The Faceless Woman

The legend of Mujina first appeared in the Japanese folklore and was brought by Japanese immigrants. A Mujina is a faceless creature that can mimic a human form. The first record of Mijina was in 1959 when a woman reported seeing a faceless woman in drive-in theater bathroom in Kahala.

Scary Island Places

If you are into paranormal activities and you wish to embark on a mysterious journey, then we have a couple of places you should visit when going to Hawaii. You should go to Hulihe’e Palace, Hilo Memorial, King Kamehameha Kona Beach Hotel, Saddle Road, MacKenzie State Park, Pu’uhonua o Honaunau, Mauna Kea, Naha Stone, Pu’ukohola Heiau (Hill of the Whale) and many more.

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