Top 10 CRAZIEST Mysteries of Hawaii! From scary ghosts to haunted palaces…stay tuned to number 1 to find out about an entire race of people…that may have never existed!
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Number 10: Kaimuki House of Horrors.
This is one of the most famous spooky places in Hawaii because, according to all accounts – it’s the most haunted one. It’s located in a residential part of Honolulu, called Kaimuki, right on the corner of 8th and Harding. Judging by its appearance, the house looks completely normal. Nothing strange or spooky. But there’s more to it than that.
There is a legend that an evil ghost lives in the house, and that it’s a Kasha – a Japanese ghost, destined to feed of the blood and corpses. Throughout the years, many people came to this house, either to live in it permanently or rent it for vacation, but they were all – terrified. There were strange noises, screams, but even worse things than that. In 1942, police were called to the house, where a woman was screaming “she’s trying to take my children”. And the policemen saw the children being thrown around by some invisible presence. And this is just one of the instances when supernatural forces were at work in the Kaimuki house. No one’s sure what the cause of it all is, but many people speculate that it all started when a man killed his wife and two children in the house; his wife and son were found buried in the backyard, but the daughter was lost forever…
Number 9: Kamehameha's Bones.
Kamehameha is one of the most important and most celebrated rulers of Hawaii. He is also known as Kamehameha the Great, because he unified the separated islands of Hawaii into a single state. Kamehameha died in 1819, but his exact burial place is still kept secret.
The ancient Hawaiians had a developed system of burial rituals, but they were not the same for all people. The funeral rites that were used for higher-ups, such as chiefs, were much more complex, and they had an additional aura of solemnity to them. After the funeral rites, Kamehameha’s bones were hidden, never to be found. But this was not done simply to prevent anyone from finding the late ruler’s bones – it was also a part of a bigger custom, called “hunakele”. The word “hunakele” can be translated as “hiding in secret”, and the idea behind it was to prevent an enemy of getting the deceased bones, thus absorbing his power, called “mana”. It is still not known where Kamehameha’s bones are, but many believe that they are buried in a sacred cave on the Big Island.
Number 8: Old Pali Road.
This is one of those places full of supernatural stories and haunted legends. Nowadays, the road gave way to a modern highway, but the legends and spooky stories are still here.
Throughout the years, there have been many sightings of supernatural beings, and many strange accidents occurred. Many of those accidents are still unexplained. There were people who have seen a strange-looking being, resembling a ghost, that was crossing the road and surprising the coming drivers. Another very interesting fact is that, near this road, there is a place called Nu'uanu Pali Lookout, which is one of the most important locations in Hawaiian history. Nu'uanu Pali is where King Kamehameha fought a major battle during the struggle for Hawaiian Unification. On this location, there is also a ghostly creature roaming about at night, haunting everyone who comes near it…
Number 7: The Haunted Iolani Palace.
This is one of the most haunted places on the island of Oahu, as many people have claimed all kinds of supernatural occurrences there. These things have become so common that nobody seems to notice them anymore. The Iolani Palace is the home of the Hawaiian monarchy, and thousands of people come to visit it every year. It is located in downtown Honolulu, and to this day – there are all kinds of spooky stories going on there. Everyone, from palace guards to tourist guides and tourist have claimed that very strange things are happening inside Iolani Palace. For example, there is a piano in the palace that’s always kept locked in a glass case. However, although the security guards do not have the key to the glass case, they can often hear the piano being played at night. It’s never a melody, or a chord, but a random sequence of notes, one after the other, in no particular order. When they tried to capture this on security cameras, they were amazed: the piano keys were not moving, but the music kept being played. And this is just one of those supernatural things Iolani is famous for…