Na Mea Huaka'i Hele I Ka Po - Those Who Travel by Night
Of all the ghostly tales which have managed to survive from ancient Hawaiian times until today, the Tales of the Night Marchers may be the most fearsome. The very first time we come across any mention of the 'Oi'o as they were called, is in the Kumulipo. We’re not here to convince you that they’re real. We’re here to share the stories of first-hand encounters — we’ll let you decide for yourself.
We’ll point out a few spots that are said to be Night Marchers paths and share the stories of those who have witnessed the march are have survived to tell the tale.
$20 per person
We’ll meet at the Puna Sculpture at Walker Park, Honolulu 96813 -- it's the triangular, urban park at the juncture of Queen Street and Ala Moana Boulevard, next to the Topa Financial Center