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Hawaii is known for many things, but ghosts is probably not one of them. When thinking of haunted sites, one imagines an old house, a graveyard or some secluded run-down structure with a sorted history. However, with the development of Hawaii, especially the popular island of Oahu, sacred sites, ancient burial grounds and other meaningful locations were desecrated in the name of progress. They proceed throughout the island brandishing archaic weapons while wearing helmets and cloaks ready for battle. People say the Night Marchers can be seen and heard coming, as they march to the beat of their drums or chants.
Hawaiians will warn, that under no circumstances is anyone to make eye contact with the Night Marchers, for doing so could prove to be a deadly mistake. Upon hearing them come, it is advised to lay prone on the ground, face down, as a of respect, fear and deference while they proceed past. The Night Marchers are so prevalent on the island that a movie called The Night Marchers was made in The Choking Ghost of Waikiki Legend tells of a ghost roaming around Oahu, especially in Waikiki terrorizing tourists and locals alike while they sleep.
People tell stories of waking in the middle of the night feeling pressure against their chests, unable to breathe. This choking sensation is frightening and people admit that they cannot move or scream for help. Just when they think their time has come, the ghost disappears. Since dead men tell no tales, there is no way to know for sure if any have succumbed to the Choking Ghost, never to wake up. Hawaiians believe that she travels about the island in various shape-shifted forms with one of the more popular forms being that of a woman young or old with long white hair.
The women, sometimes seen with a dog, likes to hitchhike. Many believe this is Pele testing the kindness of the Hawaiian people. Those who give her ride are fine, but woe to anyone who neglects to help the white-haired Goddess of Fire, as catastrophe surely awaits.
The U. On that day, 1, souls perished on the U. Arizona without warning. Today the boat rests in the same location where it sunk on that fateful morning and people believe the boat is now haunted by the restless souls of the deceased servicemen patrolling the area.
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