Society & Culture:Places & Travel
Ep. 19: Cursed Pohaku (Rocks)
Welcome to Ghostlore of Hawaii: Paranormal Paradise! I am your host Jared, thank you for joining me for the beach bonfire!
In episode 3: 'Pele's Curse', I covered the misfortune that falls on those who dare take lava rocks away from Hawaii. Tonight, I'll be discussing a few stories that show; rocks don't always have to leave the islands for bad luck to be unleashed.
I'll wrap up the episode with the tale of a family who experienced a haunting soon after moving into their new home and how it may have been triggered by the simple act of moving a stone found in the garden. Based on a real, listener submited story.
Crack open a green bottle, spark up some paranormal pakalolo, and let's get into this....
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Story 1: Based on the tale: 'The Cursed Stone--Lana'i, 1960' (from Glen Grant's book Obake Files: Ghostly Encounters in Supernatural Hawai'i)
Story 2: Based on the tale: 'A Mysterious Occurrence at Schofield Barracks' (from Glen Grant's book Obake Files: Ghostly Encounters in Supernatural Hawai'i)
Story 3: Based on the tale: 'Pilikia at the Waimanalo Quarry' (from Glen Grant's book Obake Files: Ghostly Encounters in Supernatural Hawai'i)
Story 4: Listener submitted story. Mahalo to the listener who submitted this tale! Although names and the location of the house were changed, this story is based off of real experiences that happened to the family.
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