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Haunted Hawaii - Hauntings, Sightings, and the Paranormal around Hawaii

February 13th, 2013 - 9:11 AM

Haunted Hawaii
U-Pack moves customers in and out of Hawaii every day, so we like to learn as much as we can about the state. Of course, Hawaii is well known as a tropical paradise with gorgeous sunsets, breathtaking scenery, and beautiful beaches. But behind the scenes of Hawaii’s paradise is a haunted location, full of sightings, hauntings, and paranormal activity. I loved researching and reading about this stuff! If you’re brave, you may put a visit to one of these 5 Most Haunted Hawaii Places on your “things to do in Hawaii” list!  

  1. The Haunting at Dole Cannery Signature Theatres
    In Honolulu, the Dole Cannery Signature Theatres was built over a place of worship and human sacrifice (called a heiau). In the 1980s, a school bus full of children crashed there. Now it is said to be haunted by man in his 50s in Theater Number 14. He watches people in the audience from the top corner of the theater. It’s also been said that you can hear the screams and crying of the children that died in the crash.
  2. The Haunting at King Kamehamaha’s Kona Beach Hotel
    Located in Kailua Kona, HI, the top floor of this hotel is known to be haunted. The reasoning is because King Kamehamah’s remains are supposedly buried under or nearby the hotel. Therefore, it’s said that you can hear footsteps, chanting, and battle cries on the top floor.
  3. The Haunting of Pearl Harbor
    At Hickam Air Force Base at Pearl Harbor, Oahu, it is said that you can hear the moans of dying soldiers. It is also been told that a former guard who died in the attack can be seen walking around the base.
  4. The Haunting at Chaminade University
    At Chaminade University in Honolulu, there are many hauntings and paranormal activities. First, a mad who dies in a car accident has supposedly been seen skateboarding through the halls at night. Another story is that the university used to be a children’s hospital during WWII. It’s said that you can hear strange noises and doors opening that were dead bolted. Also, Room 208 has an outline of a cross that was once removed several years ago.
  5. The Haunting of Highway 1 (H1)
    This spot in Honolulu is known as one of the most haunted places in Hawaii. It took the state seven years to build the highway because all of the workers were scared off by sightings of ghosts of old Hawaiian warriors. They found many bones and weapons while carving out the tunnel. Today, travelers report ghostly sightings of the warriors when traveling on the highway.


Now that you know about the top hauntings in Hawaii, are you ready to discover haunted Hawaii, or will you just stick to the beaches and try to forget about it? Let us know by commenting below if you have ever experienced the Hawaii paranormal!