Waianae I Ka Po

  • Hawaii State Library 478 South King Street Honolulu, HI, 96813 United States

Waianae at Night

Keawaula at night - photo credit Kenji Lee

Keawaula at night - photo credit Kenji Lee

Kaua'i steals the sun as night settles like a blanket on the Wai'anae Coast.  Mahina then appears to light the way as we share tales of those otherworldly beings that travel on a Moonlit night.  Some say that seeing them in plain sight may be too much for the human mind to comprehend... pray then, that dark clouds will hide the moon...

What secrets does the Waianae coast hold?  Are the legends true?  Come with us on Saturday, February 4th and we shall see...

On this special night, my psychic brother, Paul Smith, will be joining us to see just what the spirits might have to say.

We meet at 6:45pm on the steps of the Hawaii State Library, 478 S. King St, Honolulu. The tour begins promptly at 7pm.

$60 per person - Space is limited so RESERVE YOUR SPOT NOW for an adventure you won't soon forget. 


Paul Smith & Lopaka Kapanui

Paul Smith & Lopaka Kapanui

In this job, I’ve met many gifted people. Over the years, I’ve learned how to quickly sort the charlatans or misguided, self-proclaimed “sensitives” and the legitimate psychic. Upon our very first meeting, it became clear that Paul Smith is the real deal. Over the next few years, we would become closer than friends, we became family.

Paul D. Smith calls himself a reluctant psychic. Having had abilities his entire life but forced to repress them as a child, he grudgingly confronted them as an adult. His abilities were brought front and center after serious illness and near-death experiences. Paul chose to embrace his enhanced abilities and seeks to understand why he was given them and what purpose they serve.

Together, with his wife of nearly 30 years, they team up as psychic medium and “spiritual stenographer” trying to help understand a fraction of the unknown and communicate with spirits who have shared this world with us in the past. It’s their goal not to change people’s beliefs but to open their minds to other possibilities.


Please note that all of our visits to these sacred and beloved sites are done with the utmost respect. At Mysteries of Hawai'i, we do not employ "scare tactics." There is no one hiding in the bushes to frighten you, we don't pretend to see things that are not there, we do not "create hype" where there is none. Everything that happens (or does not happen) depends entirely on you, who have chosen to experience the Mysteries of Hawai'i.

For all of Mysteries of Hawai'i's Experiences:

  • Attendance is at your own risk
  • Some tours are not suitable for children under 15 years old, please use your discretion
  • Cameras are welcome
  • A sweater and sturdy footwear are highly recommended (no high heels)
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