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Ghosts of the Old Plantation

  • Hawaii Plantation Village 94-695 Waipahu Street Waipahu, HI, 96797 United States (map)

It was back-breaking work. Up before the sun and to bed long before it set, the men, women and children who worked the old Hawai'i plantations endured. 

Each family that arrived in Hawai'i brought with them their own culture and, along with it, their beliefs and superstitions. 

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. The accounts and documentation of ghosts and otherworldly beings in this location are too numerous to deny.

On our tour, we won't attempt to record them by film or audio, we won't invoke them with music or foolishly provoke them to appear. Rather, we will simply tell their story and, as it has happened before, perhaps a few of the spirits lingering about will come forth to make their presence known. After all, it is their ghosts we are talking about.

Join us for "Ghosts Of The Old Plantation."
We will be meeting at the Hawai'i Plantation Village, 94-695 Waipahu St, Waipahu, HI 96797

Saturday, March 11, 2017 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm.

$40 per person

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)
Earlier Event: February 18
Honolulu Ghost Stories
Later Event: April 22
A Haunted Walk on Fort Street Mall