Located on Waialae Avenue in Oahu, the old Waialae Drive-In Theater is said to be haunted due to it being next to an old graveyard. There have been numerous stories about ghost encounters, one in particular, is of the faceless woman with no feet. Many have said to have seen this faceless woman in the woman's bathroom at the theater. She pounds on stall doors and even has appeared in the mirror. The theater closed in the 1980s.
Located at this lookout is an ancient burial ground. Around the grounds, there are many rocks that are not supposed to be taken. If one drives up the road to this lookout, he will count ten road bumps. Upon return, however, only seven will be counted.
This house, on the north shore, is haunted. The woman that once lived here became so angry with her infant child that she killed him and buried him beneath the house. During the wee hours of the morning, a baby may be heard crying throughout the house; no one has yet found the source of the noise.
Hawaii is known for its beaches, beautiful scenery, and friendly natives…but did you know it’s also one of America’s most haunted states? There are countless stories telling of ghosts and demons, including a particularly nasty one located at the famous Kaimuki House in Honolulu, Hawaii. Many families have moved or vacationed there over the years, only to be thrown out by strange and usually dangerous occurrences. On one occasion, a young couple bought the property and moved in. Within a