Time. Progress. Change. Ali'iolani Hale, our Hawaii Supreme Court, opened in 1871. For over a hundred years, it has accused criminals come and go, among some of the most infamous, Thalia Massie and Myles Fukunaga. It's still a working courthouse with offices and staff but what of the past remains?
Perhaps the ghosts of murderers and the murdered return to tell their side of the story? Take a trip of the macabre into the halls of the old courthouse!
We meet in front of the Kamehameha Statue.
Saturday, October 7th from 7 pm to 9 pm.
Pre-Halloween special! $20 per person!
A personal guided ghost tour of the courthouse museum where we discuss the Fukunaga and Massie cases and more!
Space is limited! Book your spot now!