Nov
17
7:00 PM19:00

WAI'ANAE I KA PO

 "Yokohama" Keawaula Beach - copyright Kenji Lee

"Yokohama" Keawaula Beach - copyright Kenji Lee

WAI'ANAE I KA PO

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 as we visit Wai’anae at Night.

November 17, Saturday 2018

$65.00 per person.

Meet at 645pm at the Kunia Park & Ride, 94-640 Kupuohi St, Waipahu, HI

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Sep
22
6:00 PM18:00

THE HAUNTED BATTLE OF NU'UANU

THE HAUNTED BATTLE OF NU'UANU

 Road of Nuuanu Pali, Haunted Battle of Nuuanu, Mysteries of Hawaii

Ancient is the battle whose outcome determined the fate of our history. Weapons made of dense wood and bone clashed with iron and steel. The ingenious brutality of one leader destined to be the killer of kings fulfilled a prophecy which was set forth before the time of his birth. In one final stroke, he brings the 'O'ahu and Maui forces to heel at a precipice which bordered the Kona and Ko'olau sides of 'O'ahu. Are the ghosts of this long-fought battle haunting the places where they fell? What haunts those areas now?

Join us as we trace the Haunted Battle Of Nu'uanu from Waikiki to the Pali Lookout. Stay with us after for a special paranormal investigation when we get back to the park.

September 22, Saturday 2018

6:00pm at the Kapiolani Park Bandstand

$55.00 per person
Make your reservation here:

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Jul
15
7:45 PM19:45

Hawaii ParaCon Event - Sunday Night Ghost Tour

Hosted by Mysteries of Hawaii, Oahu's Original Ghost Tours

WAIKIKI KE ONE KAPU - Waikiki Sacred Sands

 Waikiki Ke One Kapu - Waikiki's Sacred Sands, hosted by Mysteries of Hawaii, Oahu's Original Ghost Tours and Chicken Skin Tours

The once-sacred sands of Waikiki allowed only the most consecrated of Chiefs to enter. A terrible fate awaited those who dared enter but were not of such esteemed rank. Do you think their restless spirits still wander the area?

Since we started doing this tour again after a short hiatus, it's become our second most popular experience. Come see why... Modern and Ancient tales of hauntings in this most infamous location await you on this 2-hour walking tour.

$40 PER PERSON

You're welcome to join us whether you attend the Hawaii ParaCon or not!

We meet on the steps in front of the Great Lawn of the Royal Hawaiian Hotel (facing the lighted Banyan Tree and the Shopping Center).

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Jul
14
8:00 PM20:00

Hawaii ParaCon Event - Saturday Night Investigation

Hosted by Mysteries of Hawai'i and The GRANT Society

KUKAHI INVESTIGATION

 Kukahi Investigation by Mysteries of Hawaii and The GRANT Society

Kukahi is the moon phase on this night. It is believed that things built during this time will stand firm on a strong foundation. Let us, then, raise the vibration and build a foundation of trust and friendship and go forth with clear intent. 

In a valley where it is claimed that the very gods themselves dwelled and where Night Marchers are seen as a long procession of torchlights traveling among the living, we will conduct our investigation at an undisclosed location.* This is a place thick with energy and that resonates with Hawaii's people. We assure you that you won't regret it and that you won't soon forget it.

This investigation is $50 per person and is not included in the VIP or General Admission cost.

You're welcome to join us whether you attend the Hawaii ParaCon or not!

 

*Once your payment is complete through PayPal, the address of the location will be texted to you 

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Jul
13
7:45 PM19:45

Hawaii ParaCon Event - Friday Night Ghost Tour

Hosted by Mysteries of Hawaii, Oahu's Original Ghost Tours

GHOSTS OF OLD HONOLULU

 Ghosts of Old Honolulu by Mysteries of Hawaii, Oahu's Original Ghost Tours and Chicken Skin Tours

I invite you to take part in a journey with me through Aokuewa, the realms of restless spirits, that inhabit our Downtown community.

This was Glen Grant's first ghost tour that began in the late 1980's. These days, you'll see many ghost tours that bring you through the Downtown Honolulu area, and for good reason, but this is the tour that started them all.

In this nearly 2-hour walking tour, we meet on the steps of the Hawai'i State Library (478 S King St, Honolulu) and walk the paths once traveled by Royalty, including the ground of Iolani Palace and Kawaiha'o Cemetery.

$40 PER PERSON

You're welcome to join us whether you attend the Hawaii ParaCon or not!

 

 

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Jul
13
to Jul 15

Hawaii ParaCon

Hawaii's First Paranormal Conference!

Hawaii ParaCon is the first major convention in Hawaii that seeks to share, explore and expand the knowledge and perception of what is considered “paranormal.” Our intent is to gather, in one place, a variety of people from near and far to discuss and share their take on the phenomena that falls beyond the physical senses. We won’t try to convince you that ghosts, gods and creatures of the night are real but we hope to broaden your perspective when it comes to things outside your own “normal.”

For Tickets and Information, click HERE!

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Jun
22
7:00 PM19:00

I SURVIVED THE INUGAMI

 Click here to purchase your souvenir shirt!

Click here to purchase your souvenir shirt!

The 15th Annual Glen Grant Memorial Ghost Tour - Part 2

I SURVIVED THE INUGAMI

It's been a year since our last memorial tour dedicated to my late boss, Glen Grant.  On that last tour, I had a very special guest, Glen's nephew, Chris Grant.  Knowing Glen's personal history, it was Chris whose approval I received to entitle this tour as I did.  If you've read "Obake Files," you would be familiar with Glen's adventures with the Inugami and dogs, in general. 

Glen Grant said that Mo‘ili‘ili was one of, if not THE most haunted neighborhood on ‘O‘ahu. If this is true, then what is it, exactly, that is haunting this busy neighborhood? With a large population of Japanese descendants, it would make sense entirely that there could be Japanese ghosts lurking about; but what kind of Japanese ghosts? 

Meet us at 7 pm on Friday, June 22 as we embark on part 2 of The 15th Annual Glen Grant Memorial Ghost Tour. We'll gather in front of the Japanese Cultural Center as we take this walking tour through haunted Mo'ili'ili where we will share Glen's love for the Japanese culture and their haunted spirits.  Perhaps we'll meet 'Obake, Yokai, Yurei, and the Infamous Inugami. Who will survive this night as we enter into the Japanese festival of the dead: Obon?

Friday, June 22, 2018

$5.00 per person.

A portion of the proceeds will be dontaed to the Japanese Culture Center.

Meet at 7 pm in front of the Japanese Culture Center of Hawai'i. 2454 South Beretania Street Honolulu, HI 96826

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Jun
16
5:00 PM17:00

WAI'ANAE UNDER THE KULUA MOON

 "Yokohama" Keawaula Beach - copyright Kenji Lee

"Yokohama" Keawaula Beach - copyright Kenji Lee

The 15th Annual Glen Grant Memorial Ghost Tour - Part 1

WAI'ANAE UNDER THE KULUA MOON

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...

Join us for part 1 of the 15th Annual Glen Grant Memorial Ghost Tour on the evening of June 16, Saturday 2018. This exclusive event is limited to 12 people as it is a very special tour to Wai'anae with a very special conclusion. 

June 16, Saturday 2018

$75.00 per person.

Meet at 5 pm on the steps of the Hawai'i State Library
478 South King St. Honolulu, HI. 96813

"Onaona wale ka maile lauli'i 'o Ko'iahi...
He ahi ke aloha, he 'apa i pauku kino..."

Fragrant indeed is the dainty leaf maile, of Ko'iahi
Love is a fire encompassing the whole body...
-Hi'iakaikapoliopele

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Jun
1
7:30 PM19:30

Hawaii's Spirits & Legends: Possession

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Lopaka returns to Doris Duke Theater to tell stories about Hawai‘i's spiritual realm.

This month's theme is POSSESSION!

In the Hawaiian language, the word "Noho" means possession of a medium by a spirit or a god. It also means to possess or to be possessed.

You've heard of demonic possessions and have most likely seen a movie or two about the subject. Now come and hear true accounts of people who have been possessed and find out how common, everyday objects end up becoming possessed themselves.

General Admission, $15
Museum Members, $12

Make your reservations through Doris Duke Theater, HERE.

 

 

 

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May
26
7:00 PM19:00

Haunted Honolulu Crime Tour

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A man who is a victim of his base desires is like a child on a carnival ride that never ends. He has no control over his own destiny and is led about by temptation, never knowing a moment's satisfaction. It is an endless cycle.

Even the act of murder leaves its own impression and binds the murderer and the victim to one another for all time. Are there places where both the killer and the victim haunt together? Come and find out.

We will meet at State Supreme Court building behind the Kamehameha Statue which is where the tour begins but where it ends is the clincher.

$50 per person. Make your reservations now!

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Mar
3
6:30 PM18:30

FROM PRESENT TO PAST

FROM PRESENT TO PAST - The Masters' Ghost Tour

 Keliiokalani Makua and Lopaka Kapanui - Mysteries of Hawaii Ghost Tour

Join us for this collaboration tour with

Master Storyteller
Lopaka Kapanui
and
Master Hawaiian Tattoo Artist
Keli'i Makua

as we walk through the historic Fort Street Mall, where the present and the past meet at the intersection of fate.

Saturday, March 3, 2018, 6:30pm
Meet in front of the Catholic Basilica of Our Lady Of Peace at the top of Fort Street Mall. 1184 Bishop St, Honolulu

$40 per person

Make your reservations here

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Jan
20
7:00 PM19:00

Ghosts of the Old 'Ewa Plains

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Our kupuna tell us that the 'Ewa Plains, the land that stretches from Pearl Harbor to Wai'anae, was once teeming with life.  This was long before modern development, ages before the sugar cane fields.  On this expanse of emerged coral, Hawaiians grew a variety of crops for nourishment, such as 'ulu, liliko'i, niu and mai'a, and they used the sinkholes as natural planters for dry land kalo, temporary shelters, storage and sources of water.

However, our kupuna also confirm a motion that was submitted in an affidavit presented to the Land Use Commission stating that the general area of the central 'Ewa Plains is the land of "Wandering Spirits" and "Nightmarchers" and that the restless spirits become a problem for many recent developments in the area.  The concern was that unsettled spirits that remain in the area cause unwanted paranormal activities to plague development projects and that the surrounding localities will become by the displaced spirits.

Is it just superstition or is there something to what our elders tell us?  On Saturday, I'll show you a few spots that stand out in Hawaiian history and a few spots that are said to be haunted, I'll share with you the stories of people who've had the unfortunate experience of being haunted and then you can decide for yourself.

Book your spot quickly before seats run out.

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Jan
12
6:00 PM18:00

Ho'okalakupua: Stories of Wonder and Spirits

 Lopaka Kapanui, Mysteries of Hawaii Oahu's Original Ghost Tours & Chicken Skin Tours

Bishop Museum and Mysteries of Hawai‘i Present:
Ho‘okalakupua: Stories of Wonder & Spirits

Friday, January 12, 2018
Hawaiian Hall
6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
General: $25
Bishop Museum Members: $20
Space is limited! Purchase tickets and reserve your spot now!

Join us for an extraordinary night of supernatural stories, wonder, and “chicken skin” moments in historic Hawaiian Hall.

Lopaka Kapanui is a native Hawaiian storyteller, writer, actor, kumu hula, and cultural practitioner. Growing up he heard all the old legends and ghost stories from his kupuna, elders. Sometimes known as “The Ghost Guy,” he knows some of the darkest, spookiest places on O’ahu.

Please note: This event is not recommended for children ages 12 and under. Parental discretion advised.

For more information visit: https://www.bishopmuseum.org/special-events/

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Dec
17
7:30 PM19:30

Ho'okalakupua: Stories of Wonder and Spirits

 Lopaka Kapanui Mysteries of Hawaii Oahu's Original Ghost Tours & Chicken Skin Tours

Bishop Museum and Mysteries of Hawai‘i Present:
Ho‘okalakupua: Stories of Wonder & Spirits

Friday, January 12, 2018
Hawaiian Hall
6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
General: $25
Bishop Museum Members: $20
Space is limited! Purchase tickets and reserve your spot now!

Join us for an extraordinary night of supernatural stories, wonder, and “chicken skin” moments in historic Hawaiian Hall.

Lopaka Kapanui is a native Hawaiian storyteller, writer, actor, kumu hula, and cultural practitioner. Growing up he heard all the old legends and ghost stories from his kupuna, elders. Sometimes known as “The Ghost Guy,” he knows some of the darkest, spookiest places on O’ahu.

Please note: This event is not recommended for children ages 12 and under. Parental discretion advised.

For more information visit: https://www.bishopmuseum.org/special-events/

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Nov
3
7:30 PM19:30

Hawaii's Spirits & Legends: Nightmarchers

 Lopaka Kapanui Ghost Tours, Nightmarchers

For your post-Halloween pleasure...

Lopaka returns to Doris Duke Theater to tell stories about Hawai‘i's spiritual realm.

This month's theme is NIGHTMARCHERS!

Huaka‘i O Ka Po - Travelers of the Night. The legendary Night Marchers had an actual purpose in life and it is said that they are merely carrying out their duties in the afterlife the way they had for ages.

Do you live or work on a Night Marcher path? Would you know if they were nearby?

You’ve all heard the legends, now come listen to stories of people who have had first hand encounters with them.

General Admission, $15
Museum Members, $12

Make your reservations through Doris Duke Theater, HERE.

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HAUNTED TROLLEY GHOST TOUR
May
20
7:00 PM19:00

HAUNTED TROLLEY GHOST TOUR

There's something about riding the trolley at night listening to the haunted history and ghost stories of the areas as we're led around Downtown Honolulu.

One guest said, "The combination of the open air and the spooky stories double the anticipation AND the Chicken Skin!"

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Ghosts of the Old Plantation
Mar
11
6:30 PM18:30

Ghosts of the Old Plantation

The hauntings at Hawaii Plantation Village seem to be less residual and more cognitive as time progresses. It's almost as if the past is reaching out so that it is not forgotten. Come listen to the stories of those who lived and worked in Hawaii's plantations.

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Honolulu Ghost Stories
Feb
18
7:00 PM19:00

Honolulu Ghost Stories

Tucked away among the newest monoliths made of glass and steel are the old archaic reminders of a Honolulu that no longer exists.  However, from the corner of your eyes and just beyond the veil you may get a brief glimpse of the ghosts of those antiquated times who are waiting to speak to you.

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Lives of the Dead
Feb
3
7:00 PM19:00

Lives of the Dead

Join us as my psychic brother, Paul Smith, and I take you on a nighttime walk through Kawaiaha’o Church Cemetery.  I will share stories of a few of it’s inhabitants while Paul relays the messages that come through.

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