When most people think of Hawaii, they imagine sand, surf, and the Aloha Spirit….but spirits of a different kind may occupy the Hawaiian islands. Most people visiting the islands don‘t know of Hawaii‘s haunted history. Want to learn of the haunted hotels and the restless spirits that still roam the grounds? Or why whistling at night attracts spirits of the dead… Come join me, Uncle Jared, as I cover these infamous tales on my podcast, Ghostlore of Hawaii: Paranormal Paradise
Ghostlore of Hawaii: Paranormal Paradise
When most people think of Hawaii, they imagine sand, surf, and the Aloha Spirit….but spirits of a different kind may occupy the Hawaiian islands. Most people visiting the islands don‘t know of Hawaii‘s haunted history. Want to learn of the haunted hotels and the restless spirits that still roam the grounds? Or why whistling at night attracts spirits of the dead…
Come join me, Uncle Jared, as I cover these infamous tales on my podcast, Ghostlore of Hawaii: Paranormal Paradise
Note: For best listener experience, headphones are suggested but not required.
Trigger Warning: This episode briefly mentions several situations of self-harm. Listener discretion is advised.
Aloha! Thank you for joining me in the last episode of Season 2 of the Ghostlore of Hawaii: Paranormal Paradise podcast! I cannot believe we’re already wrapping up Season 2! I appreciate your patience over these last couple of weeks. My computer decided to “kick-the-bucket” (RIP old friend) before I could complete the intended episode finale. After much debate (and understanding by the awesome Patreon Members), I decided to release this story, which was an exclusive episode for Patrons (www.patreon.com/ghostloreofhawaii), to wrap up the season so you listeners wouldn’t be left hanging. The podcast will now go on a short break until Season 3, but don’t worry, it won’t be long before we’re all huddled around the bonfire once again!
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So enough of the business talk….
Versions of this tale have circulated for years. One popular depiction was told in author Glen Grant’s TV special ‘Chick’n Skin: Tales of Supernatural Hawaii’ that came out in the mid-90’s. Ever since seeing that interpretation as a child, the images of the story have stuck with me to this day. As the victim in my version discovers, “new beginnings” can always be haunted by tragic pasts…
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