Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Weekly Whisper #5 Haunted Places Honolulu, Hawaii

View of Honolulu, Hawaii from Waahila Ridge

In this weeks issue of Weekly Whisper I will present some haunted places in the city of Honolulu. Honolulu is the State capital of Hawaii and the 57th biggest Metropolitan area in USA. It is located on the island of Oahu, and has it's fair share of paranormal hot spots and hauntings just please remember these places are private property and you will need permission from the owner to enter. Also remember if you bring any lava rocks with you home from Hawaii, you might end up with The curse of the Lava Rocks.

Waikiki as seen from Waahila Ridge.

Honolulu seen from the slopes of the Diamond Head Crater

The Diamond Head Crater is a popular hiking destination, and there has been some reports of UFO's there, which are possible part of secret military experiments. Also there is a Diamond Head cliff were babies cry

The Diamond Crater as seen from Waikiki.

Waipahu Street
The sound of night marchers and distant drums are sometimes reported to be heard here, said to be originated from the bloody battles from when King Kamehameha I invaded Oahu back in 1795.
The Biomedical Building, University of Hawaii at Manoa Campus, Honolulu.

The University of Hawaii in the Manoa Valley has many known hauntings, ranging from Nightmarchers (Huaka'i Pō) eternal janitors in the various buildings to former students that still wall the rooms and dorms of what used to be their day to day place of being in life.

Hilton Hawaiian Village
Said to be haunted by a woman in red, and thought to be the ghost of Pele the volcano goddess. Pele has from other locations thought to appear in many different forms ranging from a young girl, old lady or a woman with flaming red hair, and usually dressed in red.

Pearl Harbor, world famous from the attack that brought USA into World War II,  the base at Pearl Harbor has many places still haunted to this day, with many sightings and sounds especially footsteps.
'Iolani Palace, Downtown Honolulu.
'Iolani Palace, The Palace was built in 1879-1882 in Downtown Honolulu, only a decade before the monarchy was overthrown in 1893. The 'Iolani Palace is known for people seeing shadows both inside and around the Palace grounds. Guards often also report hearing footsteps.

The Dole Cannery Signature Theaters
Built on the site of an ancient temple, at one time a bus filled with children crashed here, the voices from all the children that died here can still be heard.

Other excellent stories from Hawaii
A Haunted Condo-building in Waikiki
The Barking Dogs at Waimanalo
The Menehune of Waimanalo
The Leprechaun like 'E'epa on the Island of Kauai
S.K.I. REPORT #20091106-04 WHAT I REALLY WANT TO KNOW and here

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1 comment:

  1. Sounds like a fun vacation tour. Great at night. Have you ever seen Something unknown by Renée Scheltema. its a stunning film about paranormal phenomon. I think you would enjoy it.