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Wiamea Lookout

Oahu, Hawaii

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.

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Jus Meh says:

October 19, 2005, 4:24 pm

Keegan are you from hawaii?
If not then you would not know now would you.
I live on sacred ground! This land I now live on was an ancient spiritual healing place for good and bad people alike. Now if they died here and never found peace there spirts will be trapped here untill they do. I did not ask to move here. I did not ask for any of this. But I cannot move. I have tried so many times but something always drew me back. I have a purpose here like the Kupuna next door. She also cannot leave. We were sent here to be caretakers of this land and here we will stay until it is time to move on. So you see maybe some people will exadurate a story a little bit and you may say that those are just stories. But let me tell you some stories are meant to be heard and listened to. They were told for good reason and not to be ignored.

Mmmm says:

October 24, 2005, 6:54 pm

How about you un-believers come to Hawaii and take a rock home (especially fromt he volcano areas, we’ll see what happens. :-)

dude says:

October 31, 2005, 12:43 pm

wow, you guys are WAY weird. don’t try talking ME into beleiveing anything about ghosts. I have been to so many places. Don’t try to make up this stuff. and no comments will be listened to by me, because all of this is so…so…fake… ppl try to scare us, and to some it works, but I agree with keegan. DON’T LISTEN TO ANY OF THIS FAKE ****!

Charlie says:

November 15, 2005, 5:20 pm

what happens if you take a rock?

Dragon 7 says:

November 17, 2005, 6:51 pm

We must be respectful of the unknown. Somethings are more true than we may be ever to understand. In this stories there are many lessons to be learned and warnings to be headed whether you believe it or not. We can never fully now unless we experiance it ourselves.

Nola says:

December 5, 2005, 11:46 pm

well well well i c you people are saying that hawaiian legends are fake and are true…well i would say yes they are true…if you don’t belive in hawaiian legends then come and see for your self….and i fully agree with Dragon 7…..Mmmm….Jus Meh….all i can say is i belive in hawaiian legends and stories….i was born on the island of oahu…..and i just figure out that my name is in hawaiian….but my real name is noella….don’t noe whea dat come frum…..but my hawaiian frends call meh nola cuz itz in hawaiian…so i lyke dat name nola…….cuz i representz hawaiian…..and my island……hey charlie foh yoh question “wat happen if we take a rock”…..well i don’t live on dah big island a.k.a hawaii….i live on dah island of oahu….foh yoh question….if you take a rock frum the volcano you’ll get bad luck for ever….diz is no time for jokes…..i know because i went on a field trip to the big island and meh and my fellow students we went to the volcano….and there was diz sign that say’s plzz do not take rock….if you take a pieace of rock charlie pele the goddess well come to you….well i have alot more to say but i gottah go…if you want to talk more about this feel free to write to meh at

We're not stupid says:

December 22, 2005, 10:42 am

These AREN’T REAL stories. It’s just **** to get listed on Google, so you might click on the affiliate adverts that are all over this site.

cody says:

January 6, 2006, 6:10 am

i went up to the point when my platoon went on our field training exercize and on my way up counted the markers then about half way up i started to feel like some one or thing was watching me i went a little further then lost all nerve i did count nine markers on the way up how ever but on the way down i only counted five markers this was back in the beginning of december by the way but ony how this really kind of bugged me so i decided to reashearch this incedent and found this and one other site that mentioned this same thing you see i thought i had lost my rabbid *** mind but my buddies that were with me noticed the same thing so i know it happened if any one else knows any thing about the occerances that happened here w mail me at cody,g,

Kirara says:

January 7, 2006, 10:23 pm

hello if any one lives in hawaii let me know cuz i do!and there is a polly lo0k 0ut not a wiamea well there is but polly lo0kout has a legand to it!!That is real!!!!!!

Devon says:

January 11, 2006, 12:49 pm

to everyone who dont believe in ghost the house you live in is almost garenteed haunted spirits are any where and every where if u believe in god and jesus u should be a \shame of yourselfs to say that theres no such thing

Alexandra says:

January 13, 2006, 11:02 am

I believe in them. Ever since i read the whats it on the Emily Rose chick. And those other cases I remember on tv there was this show about legends from hawaii and it said that there was this family there for vacation and they went to a volcano sights and took one of these random rocks as a souvenir and rumors have it that if you take a rock from this volcano area you will get cursed with bad luck until you return the rock so back to the family they took this rock as a souvenir and once they got back to usa they lost thier house, jobs, and almost all thier stuff went on fire. They had horrible bad luck. And they decided to return the rock but they couldnt because they lost all thier money.

True story.

jon says:

January 16, 2006, 6:18 am

pali lookout waz da beefn ground uf king kamehameha he trew som worriors off da clif

jen says:

February 1, 2006, 11:30 pm

ooooo scary….less bumps in the road the before im too scared to go on…AHHHHH…HEEEELP MEEEEEEE!!!

Cate says:

February 4, 2006, 6:02 pm

ya well, we all know hawaii is scary as hell
enough said…. marie was standing at the foot of a toxicly leathle volcano and it spewed ashes and she was covered in ashes and is now in a full body cast…and paralyzed f/ the waist up….it’s quite sad really, such a lovely lady, so badly ugly…

Courtney&Cheyenne says:

February 5, 2006, 1:36 pm


Courtney&Cheyenne says:

February 5, 2006, 1:37 pm

ho hor ****

daisy says:

February 6, 2006, 11:08 am

there is definately a loqical explanation like theway the bumps are set out and the distance of the wheels hitting each bump i think this total **** and only stupid people should beleive it its just a stupid supersition xXxdaisyxXx

Groff says:

February 17, 2006, 1:44 pm

I personally think it is true. That ghosts do infact excist. Y? Isaw one.

monsta says:

February 24, 2006, 11:22 pm

I think that non-believers are just plain closed minded because what the hell do u have to prove that it’s fake? nothing! and there are lots of things to prove that they are real! Say more about the sighting Groff. because I have seen and felt them 2.

island sistahs says:

March 1, 2006, 7:29 pm

hey braddahs and sistahs,

bra when i start learning about dis website i dont know what to believe cuz bra, i so confuse bra but me i from the island of Oahu and u know the north side braddah…. cuz man i really feel bad for the peeeps who said all bout dis crazy lolo kine stuff u know,. .. bra i so tired i need to go wash the dishes but haa man i can’t believe that i live in utah right now it is so shittttyyyy… but no worries i’m coming back to my home in july 4th so yeh halla all u braddahs and sistahs mahalo……….mahalo

sonja lihpai says:

March 1, 2006, 7:32 pm

hello braddahs and sistahs dat was me who just wrote 2 u quys at 03/01/06 at da time 7:29pm so man i was so shocked for those who see’s the ghosts cuz they hella crazy cuz well man i so going to leave from my computer right now cuz i have to go so braddah halla back to me when u can mahalos……………….

baby sonja from hawaii says:

March 2, 2006, 10:56 pm

hey this me again the hawaiian sistah well guys this is so intresting but man i gotta go eat dinna…..

priya says:

March 5, 2006, 2:43 pm

look yh i do blieve in it but its kinda stupid y doez it hav to be on a rock 4 itz a rock 4 goodness sake u pick up a rock u get cursed wtf lol y u proply get cursed if sum body has cursed on it thats it
if i go out sum were far n go to a sea side i’ll pick up a rock n keep it az a good luck 1 4 eva n i got 1 n it realy works try it

Debbie says:

March 13, 2006, 2:10 pm

Where did you people learn to type and spell? Did any of you graduate from at least Kindergarten? Is it really easier to use so much slang? Your grammar and spelling is a true testament to the fact that you must be a complete idiot to believe any of this ****!

kaleo says:

March 16, 2006, 5:21 am

ahh haa..non believers..why people gotta act so know in hawaii..we do believe in spirits..we know what is true and what isnt..we experience dem ourselves thats y we believe..and yah its Waimea lookout..right around the turn from waimea bay..up the road..theres a heiau up there..for ya mainland peeps..a Heiau is where rituals & sacrifices took place..not sure on burials..still standing till this day..and i can bet you step foot in it and you will end up sick..or somethin bad might happen to you or family of for the “lava” rocks..very true..take’em from their place and you will be returning them i will be money on it..anyway..gotta see to believe right..someday you might see..maybe you wont..peace..ALOHA

lopaka says:

March 16, 2006, 11:51 am

So you people from the mainland don’t believe in these stories. Let it be known, the one who least believe will suffer the most horrific fate. Closed minded people are either ignorant or lack in common sense as I have seen many come to these islands and return home either in a casket or missing their body parts or their loved ones. If you still consider calling the locals “LIARS”.. then a fellow pastor of a catholic church is considered one. He has experienced “spirits of the dead” walking or lurking amongst the living. Try and prove to a pastor that “spirits”… or ghosts as we call them… are figments of our imagination. We all have a choice to believe. For those of you who still deny the possibility of spirits among the living… go ahead and pea on the stones of one of our ancient heiaus (shrines)… and then see what happens. Don’t blame me if you anger the “undead” and either you or your loved one suddenly passes on.

And just for your info, hundreds of mainlanders have sent back stones with notes attached to them… taken from Kilauea volcano on the big island… with horrific tales of bad luck. I read a select few which stated that while in possesion of the stone, members of their family mysteriously perished for some reason or another. After hearing the story of taking the stones, they sent it back, in which they hope the bad luck will stop. Too late… their loved ones were already dead…. but the person responsible for removing the stone remained alive…. only to suffer more without family.
Think I am making that up? Go to Kilauea volcano and take a stone for yourself. Or if you are too scared to do so…. read the stories which are on display in the glass case over there and then call all of those people who took the stones and call every single one of them “LIARS”.

ina says:

March 17, 2006, 7:39 am

I believe that if we are not totally sure about something we’d better not mess with it at all.I believe in spirits that cannot move on and after years of research i’ve come to the conclusion that if you mess with THEM, THEY will mess with you.Even if you are not a believer you have no right to doubt what someone else believes in.If you don’t believe,why do you search this site?Out of curiosity?I don’t think so…

marie says:

March 17, 2006, 3:35 pm

yeah this is marie. the one in the full body cast. My friend and fellow wheelchair buddy is writing this for me. first off, i’d just like to say that you should never EVER stand underneath a volcano, you never know when it’s gonna spew ashes. i was not expecting this and look at me now, i’m in a full body cast with third degree burns. I DON’T EVEN HAVE INSURANCE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I HAVE TA BE FED FROM A F***KING TUBE!!!!!!!I SHOULD BE INA BUBBLE!!!!!!!HOW DO YOU LIKE ME NOW ******* AND HO’S!

Giant 10 says:

March 18, 2006, 2:03 pm

You non-beleivers really tick me off! How can you doubt the existence of something you can’t even see!?

ina says:

March 18, 2006, 5:14 pm

I would most definately agree with you Giant 10.

Andrew says:

March 28, 2006, 1:58 am

man that story freaked me out and i was almost like scared to death from that true story and i never expect that this website could be so cool with real haunted houses!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:) :O

Andrew says:

March 28, 2006, 1:59 am

i will visit this website a lot of times and so that i can look for more haunted houses in this website!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

dylan leblanc says:

March 31, 2006, 12:23 pm

this is a ***** story peace o and its not true

dylan leblanc says:

March 31, 2006, 12:24 pm

this is not true plz take this stroies off the web

islandmama says:

April 4, 2006, 10:14 pm

wow…all I can say is if you are the kind of person that wants to step on a crack then you deserve to get the broke back…the hawaiian legends are not to be messed with, the mana and the history is rich and deep and surrounds all the islands. I am a local girl who is now in the military and for most of my life I respected but did not believe the legends or stories. When I came back from England however, which by the way was were I had my first ghost “experience” my eyes and senses were opened. I experienced the “crushing spirit” an old woman hovering over me, at a house in Makakilo, I had a lonely spirit of a man haunt me at an old apartment on Waiola St. in McCully. These experiences cant be explained but take it from a former skeptic, these superstitions are NOT to messed with or made fun of. If you do, its at your own risk.

BigIslandBoy_Ka'u says:

April 22, 2006, 5:07 pm

For the mainlanders who dont beleive, Open your mind to possibilities. I know things that are unusual and unknown are shunned in modern day, but being a hawaiian myself, i grew up learning the legends and stories. I have a great amount of respect for my ancestors, and also a very strong connection. They talk to me, and guide me to help me grow. You may be thinking i’m crazy, but whats so hard to beleive about it? If you could hear your decendents, helping you prosper in life, would you doubt it? As for non-believing, just because you cant see it, doesn’t mean it isn’t there. You can’t see air, or the wind, but yet you know its there. For the tourists comin t our island without and knowledge of what they’re getting into, be cautious. As with everything else, nothing can exist without a balance. Yes Hawaii is a very beautiful place, but it also has is dark secrets. Come and see for yourself. And for all the hawaiians that read this and agree with me, Mahalo.Non-Believers, Please respect others, our beliefs, and our culture, becuase we dont ridicule you.

Makia says:

May 5, 2006, 6:21 am

What surprises me is all these “jesus believers” and christians who come on this site to criticize people for believing in ghosts. I have nothing against christians, but, um, if you believe in Jesus so much, what are you doing in this site in the first place?

Tatiana says:

May 5, 2006, 12:48 pm

I went to that place while i was in Hawaii but i never knew that. The only thing i know is some king pushed his army or someone elses army over the edge so now when you go up there it is soooo windy that you can not fall off the edge. The reason why it is soo windy is so that no one else will ever be pushed or fall off the edge ever again. The wind is belived that it is sent bby the army. Also a legend is told that if you go up that peek with meat or something, that the old haunted wolves will come and make you get in an accidant before you reach the top. I dont know why but thats what i was told…I go to hawaii a lot and im moving there next summer and thats how i knoww this. I have friends who have told me this too.

Chongabelle says:

May 8, 2006, 3:05 am

Where did you people learn to type and spell? Did any of you graduate from at least Kindergarten? Is it really easier to use so much slang? Your grammar and spelling is a true testament to the fact that you must be a complete idiot to believe any of this ****!

Comment by Debbie | 03.13.2006 | 2:10 pm

for DEBBIE..first off, you were questioning on whether or not “you people” know grammar, or even graduated kindergarten. I understood what they were trying to say just fine…maybe its because I’m born and raised here in Hawaii. They were attempting to type the way they speak. Pidgin english. We aren’t stupid here in Hawaii. We just do things differently. I’m sure you are an ignorant woman that’s quick to judge. You should come to Hawaii, we’ll show you some “aloha spirit”, stupid haole..Whether or not these stories are true, they are part of our island culture. You have every right to have an opinion…but as for me, I believe. I am one eighth Hawaiian and am proud of it!! I don’t think anyone should judge these stories, because who knows??? My mother has a few stories and I don’t doubt they are true.

and for MARIE….yah I highly doubt you are in a full body cast because you ” stood right next to the volcano”. I don’t think so, hun. You aren’t even allowed a mile away from the active volcano. How do I know? I just went to Hilo…we hiked miles in, but it was totally blocked off. I’m sure security might have been different a month or two ago…but sweetie, don’t you have any common sense??

ARGHH. people make me mad…IGNORANCE will never die, but seriously, can people at least TRY to be considerate and understanding of different cultures??

I know its seems I’m a hypocrite for calling Debbie a stupid Haole…but for all the locals reading this…do you really blame me??

Elvis says:

May 8, 2006, 4:51 am

for some reason i actually believe this. i dont know why

tatiana says:

May 9, 2006, 12:52 pm

Yea i dont blame you for calling debbie a stupid haole….im not local or hawaiin but i sure understand the language…i have to get around some how with the locals!! lol

mahalo for reading this : D

was i right on my other comment?….i think not…that was pali right? im sorry.

islandmama says:

May 11, 2006, 4:46 pm

For Chongabelle:

You go girl! thats all I can say. I know I used to be a skeptic and I am FROM HAWAII. The things I experienced WERE real and had NO “scientific” explanation. People like the Debbie or Debster are just ignorant and jealous of a culture they are not accepted into or familiar with. All you can do for those people is feel deeply sorry and hope that one day they will become more open minded.

Layla says:

May 15, 2006, 3:00 pm

This is to debbie…I don’t use all that slang and I believe. I have even experienced quite a few things myself. If you don’t believe then you are ignorant. But just because one chooses to use a lot of slang does not mean that ghosts do not exist. Don’t characterize an entire group by just a few people.

loki says:

May 16, 2006, 9:42 pm

eh! bettah yet DEBBIE why dont you come ovah heah to da big island and take home one or two lava rocks, courtesy madam pele and see what happens : )

canadian and proud and Italian and proud (two of us here) says:

May 19, 2006, 11:48 pm

none of you guys can say anything cuz all of you ae syupid you are kids and dont kow any better you rather just sit here and make an idiot of your self so get a life losers and im olny on this for a collage project you little boys and girls need a love partner get out there you little hoes and get pergant and you oys get out there and knock them up
peace ~canadian and itlain power

Nutmeg says:

May 20, 2006, 5:50 am


I was at the volcano on the big island last summer and you were allowed to walk up to the volcano AT YOUR OWN RISK. The road, like you said, was blocked off and security was there. But, they allowed you to pass under the understanding that you have been warned and if something happens to you, only you are resposible….basically…so you can’t sue anyone if you are dumb enough to go up there.

Just thought I would clear that up! :)

jessica says:

May 30, 2006, 10:33 am

This story dosen’t make sense, what’s suppose to be the scary part?

guy at hickam af base says:

June 5, 2006, 7:47 am

well i am in the us navy and work at hickam base. yepp workin downstairs at like 2 in the morning lights off and I NEVER ONCE HEARD OF GHOST STORIES until I looked them up on the internet… well get to the point. I was workin on some stuff and the lights are off, ohhh no big deal cause I go down there a lot. well its nice and warm down there like it always is ok so no big deal. well all the sudden I get this cold breeze across my arm all my body hair just stood up out of no where. well there are no a/c around me so i was kinda like WTF was that? kinda got spooked out and locked the pc up and went back up. told some people what happened and they said that this building had some people die in it back when pearl harbor happened… needless to say I NEVER have seen a ghost but that was just a little toooo freaky for me. this stuff about pali highway and the lookout, well I have been there many times at night with pork and never seen anything… peace peoples

Big Bill says:

June 7, 2006, 2:33 am


Quit boring us with your monotonous story. Nobody cares. And how can the hairs stand up all over your body when you use ‘Nair’ and wax your bikini line? Peace, fool!

Brianna says:

June 12, 2006, 11:32 am

You guys should go to Albuquerque, New Mexico it’s really fun

Rachel says:

June 16, 2006, 5:43 am

i think some of these are really graphic the woman that killed her child should be killed her self im sorry to every 1 that new the child.

Canadian and Italian gurls u kno says:

June 22, 2006, 10:50 pm

big bill is a jerk i think guy is cool i think he told a good story

Irvine says:

June 25, 2006, 2:27 am

I’m from hawaii…i don’t know if this particular legend is true but i do know that from growing up on the island of oahu, that these islands are a very spiritual place. I just wish that the people posting comments from hawaii would use proper english. People already think we’re uncivilized people…don’t give them any more reason to think so by using words like “bra” and “cuz” in your comments.

Timmy says:

June 26, 2006, 3:38 pm

I like Santa Fe better than Albuquerque.

kamaaina says:

June 27, 2006, 1:45 am

Hawaii is a state of mind where the supernatural is a respected fact of life, even the nonbelievers. Spirits in Hawaii abound. The beauty of the true locals, of different ethnic backgrounds, is they have learned to live with one another’s cultures, and understand, appreciate the beliefs and differences.

The world can learn from this.

As for the pidgin English, keep rockin’ with it. It’s great that we have a language that only we understand.

Keoni says:

August 14, 2006, 9:41 am

Yeah there is a lookout up above pupukea, yes it has many supernatural things happening. Who cares if some of you don’t believe, I do and I know stuff around Oahu is real. I grew up on an ancient Hawaiian/Menehune trail at the base of mount olomana, this house we had to move from because it was so crazy haunted we couldn’t even sleep at night, I lived there for two years before we finally moved. I still freak out when I think about some of the stuff that happened there. If your not from Hawaii then come visit and leave your money, but don’t stay long because we don’t want your kind here any more then the ancestors do, and this is coming from a Haole born and raised local style.

Mariah says:

August 16, 2006, 11:19 pm

I’ve heard this one before. It was on the Top Ten Spookiest Places. Or some Discovery Channel show like that.

The truth giver says:

September 3, 2006, 8:49 pm

Hey you guys? guess what?


Get a freekin’ life!

The truth giver2 says:

September 3, 2006, 9:18 pm


to the CHONGABELL and DEBBIE situation…

….and all the Hawaiin people that just got so stupidly offended… guys……Debbie Never said “YOU HAWAIIN People” she said “You People” In other words all you true hawaiins who are freaking out…calm down. she was talking about those of you who were using bad grammar…not hawaiins…just everyone…Which…I agree, I can’t understand a word you say when you spell like a 2 year old….and for those of you who COULD understand it ….you are on the computer to often if you can understand such ****.


HELLLLOOOOO? you are fighting over the Living dead! I do believe that everyone is intitled to their own opinion and does not need to question ANYONE’s beliefs. SO STOP. It’s stupid. You would like respect just as much as the next guy i’m sure so get over what ever it is that just makes you wan’t to argue about it.


did you ever think that if Ghost were Real god could possibly have a reason for putting them there? Remember, we don’t know ALL the secrets of life yet, and now is no time to be questioning his will and plans for us.

You guys seriously sound like white trash fighting over something stupid. STOP CUSSING. It does not make you sound cool, or big, or wise, or make people back down. Actually it makes people fight more…which is probably what you wanted. but if you just wanna fight somewhere go somewhere else. THIS IS A SIGHT OF PURE OPINION. so move you somewhere else if you want to present your’s so strongly.

I am the wisdom giver and all I present is the truth. You all know I am right.

Hee Tien Tsai says:

September 5, 2006, 6:42 pm

Hey kids,
calm down.
We all have our different perspectives of things. Some are believers, Some aren’t. We are not trying to shape your mind to make you believe, just simply telling our stories. If you aren’t interested, you don’t have to comment. Don’t diss a story because you want to act big; we all have our own beliefs. Keep the air positive people.

Random Princess says:

September 12, 2006, 9:09 pm

Hello! Mutated chickens will take over the world! ^_-

Smallville Chick says:

September 24, 2006, 9:33 pm

I totally agree with Truth Giver2! Why is everybody freakin’ fightin’??? This so retarded! Everybody has their own opion and comments and of course there are going to be arguements, but come on! Calling each other stupid or taking something too personally??? Anybody want to argue with me??? I dare you!

Random Princess says:

September 24, 2006, 9:35 pm

Mutated Chickens

marie says:

September 24, 2006, 9:36 pm

Shut the hell up

Fehuluni says:

October 2, 2006, 6:49 pm

the whole thing about counting ten and there and then seven back doesnt scare me at all. What does scare me is that the topic is often thrown off all because some people start to give negitive opinions of other peoples experiences or opinions.

Whether you believe or not the fact that remains is
ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE. Close minds do not only belong to the non-believer it also belongs to the believer as well.

For those of you who think Hawaii is
Ignorant… Think again. You yourself are ignorant for passing judgement on a whole group of people you may have never even met. It is like saying all white people are Racist and all Disabled people ride in wheelchairs. Get over yourselves people whether a story is a lie or not does not mean you have to go on this board and continue the negitivity if you do not believe and this board angers you simply do not come in and try to force your opinion on others it only upsets small minds and from reading here I am sad to say I see alot of small minds.

NO disrespect, although through out this board i see it all over the place.. I thought this place was going to cut the negative stuff when it gotout of hand… lol oh well…

Heres my take Pali point or lookout is not at all paranormal. Whats the name of the old sugar plantation ? i think its in Oahu… I forget been away from the islands too long. Now this I can say is paranormal what i and some friends saw that night I will mever forget.

JT says:

October 5, 2006, 5:25 am

I was born and raised on the island of Oahu and these islands have mana, which is defined as spiritual power or energy. Some call it real, some call it fake, but the fact remains that we cannot all agree on the source of it all. Things have happened. Things have been seen. Lights switch on and off. Sounds are heard. Sometimes they can be explained away by everyday reasons, like the wind, an electrical short, pranksters, and the like. But in other cases, when all everyday reasons are eliminated, one cannot eliminate completely the possibility of causes of an other-worldy origin. All I can say is this: For those of us who do not believe, no explanation will do. For those of us who do believe, no explanation is necessary.

Kumu says:

October 13, 2006, 2:35 am

To the believers and non-beleivers,

To the believers, I haven’t much to say. To the non-beleivers, when it happens to you, I hope you find someone who can really help you l out. A reminder the real ones don’t charge.

Concierge70 says:

October 15, 2006, 4:16 am

To everyone.

When your from Hawaii, you grow up with these feelings and belives, for you who are not from Hawaii, it may be harder for you to believe in what we feel, but I believe and have quite a few stories from Wahiawa that I would be able to tell that are true and would give your chicken skin. And to Kumu, I agree with you that for you that dont believe I hope that you will find someone that will help you when and if you come to Hawaii. Just dont do only the tourist stuff, if you want to know the true Hawaii.

Selena says:

October 21, 2006, 4:24 pm

THIS STORY IS RETARDED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

shanikwa says:

October 24, 2006, 7:15 pm

where is it at????? holla back!

Sara says:

October 28, 2006, 6:44 pm

I’m visitng Hawaii next year.
Here’s what I have to say:
Even if you want to find out, it’d be best not to disturb a burial ground.

cheeseball says:

October 28, 2006, 9:41 pm

well mabye thier going to fast to count how many bums they go over cant you come up with somthing just a little more amusig gosh!!

Cheeseball Jade says:

October 28, 2006, 9:49 pm

This story is so stupid I cant even imagine.It cant get any worse.Put somthing better on here!

woody says:

October 28, 2006, 11:17 pm

Can you see how stupid this is I looked at this blabber last week so I went their and I counted the same going up and coming back. A month ago I went to the big island and kept one of those stupid rocks and nothing happened to me. Things got better Ha ha ha.

Kumu says:

October 30, 2006, 2:35 am

Hey Woody,

What kind of rock and from where?

jes me says:

October 30, 2006, 4:56 am

hey, you Hawaii folks, could you please not write so badly?? It’s embarrassing reading some of the stuff you guys are writing & how you write it. I know you guys are trying to write (‘sound’)pidgen, but it doesn’t even sound like the words sometimes………
If I were from the mainland reading some of the stuff, I’d have a hard time understanding……if you’re trying to make a point, make sure people can read/understand you…….please.

Larissa says:

November 23, 2006, 12:24 am

I live in hawaii oahu, and it’s true,Iv’e heard about that burial a LOT! They say no one enjoys to live near that place, some spirits have been heard to “attack” or “haunt” you…(if you go there)

jaylicious passion says:

December 1, 2006, 11:36 pm


Scotty says:

December 4, 2006, 4:16 am

Dude I believe this stuff. If you really lived in Hawaii you would too. Being Hawaiian I believe in sacred grounds that our ancestors were buried in.

dawnie says:

December 30, 2006, 7:49 am

How very sad…..I wanted to learn from this site and enjoy the read. I’m out of here until some of you people grow up. What a shame when opinions cannot be shared in a civil manner. Good luck to the real story tellers, I’ve taken some notes…I’ll be finding my own information.

kassidy and briana says:

January 1, 2007, 12:15 am

peoples this is so not scarey who cares about road bumps!

rayna says:

January 26, 2007, 8:36 pm

if u not one hawaiian den get ur *** off this site…..all u white people stay already trying fo take ova hawaii!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

girl says:

January 30, 2007, 6:50 pm

All of you people are arguing over beliefs, no one has the right to tell anyone what to believe in. But it’s extremely immature to slam on someone else’s beliefs it’s inhumane. It’s also ignorant to make racial slurs you need to accept each other this is not ancient times now and these comments can be taken to heart and hurt someones feelings and that is why there is so much violence because of hatred and ignorance, no one is better than the next person. And it’s both sides arguing back and forth and what is it doing NOTHING just making each other mad. And if you don’t believe in any of this then why are you on the website.

Vee says:

February 1, 2007, 4:40 pm

it is true. i am originally from venezuela, but long before i was born my mother went on a trip to hawaii with my father when they were dating. my mom brought home about 3 rocks from dried lava near the volcanos. my mom hasn’t seen peace yet. my father cheated on her with 3 different women, almost committed suicide several times. its not superstition its just respect for those islands. if you cant respect them then bad luck will come to you.

Vee says:

February 1, 2007, 4:40 pm

it is true. i am originally from venezuela, but long before i was born my mother went on a trip to hawaii with my father when they were dating. my mom brought home about 3 rocks from dried lava near the volcanos. my mom hasn’t seen peace yet. my father cheated on her with 3 different women, almost committed suicide several times. its not superstition its just respect for those islands. if you cant respect them then bad luck will come to you. oh and it’s spelled waimea.. not wiamea…

chloe says:

February 3, 2007, 11:30 pm

i am sorry to say but some of these sound really fake i do belive in ghost but still if u r going to make these up make them sound a little more realistic please and thank you ~chloe~

Jami says:

February 11, 2007, 11:26 pm

Hi everyone! Well believe it or not I have heard a story like this before being that I once lived in Hawaii (Oahu) for many years. Yet the story I heard was 9 stairs and your not suppose to step on the 10th stair or you will not come back. However, the bumbs don’t suprise me either. These people don’t want to believe in Hawaii superstition and that is fine. Let them remain absent from the truth. Like the story of the Hotel that was trying to be built on accent Hawaiian bareal ground. I believe that everytime they started and got 1/2 done or almost done something happend to the Hotel. Yet I can’t remember what Island it was on. Once it was burnt down, then a hurricane blew it away and on and on. Also, if the stories about taking rocks or sea life from the Islands aren’t true then why do the parks and recreations department recieve 20 or more rocks, coral, shells and other stuff in the mail everyday with letters from tourists who are begging for them to put the items back where they took them because they want the bad luck to stop? Things that make you go hmmmm? Or are they just paranoide?

Brooke says:

February 19, 2007, 7:38 pm

Katie, this one has too many comments, go to Submit a haunt, you can comment on there too.

aneesa says:

February 21, 2007, 8:23 pm

what happends when you take a rock? AND how come u onli see 3?

aneesa says:

February 21, 2007, 8:23 pm

3 rocks missing^^^^^^

annie says:

February 23, 2007, 11:41 am

i live in ohio but i love hawaii. when i get married i am gonna go to hawaii for my honeymoon. can somebody tell me what happens if u take a lava rock. cuz i dont know why you cant take a lava rock. email me at later dudes!!

dunno says:

March 4, 2007, 7:13 am

hey u ppl! i LIVED in hawaii. and unless u have any proof, i wont agree that there r no ghosts!

Ice Queen says:

March 4, 2007, 5:01 pm

it aint scary at all.sum1 probly just counted wrong.

Gina says:

March 5, 2007, 3:12 am

I personally have experienced what some might not believe in. This is just my opinion. I believe in my heart that there is “OTHERS” that which do exist. Of course non-believers seem to find a SCIENTIFIC explanation. I lived in Hawaii almost all my life and every time I moved into an apartment, something always happens. For example, the last place I lived was up Makaha Valley. At night, I would have to walk down this dirt road to get to the apartment buildings, I would hear someone calling my name but like a whisper. But theres no one there. Some may think that it was my imagination but I know different. Then it would even follow me into the house. I was taking a shower and I heard someone open the bathroom door but didn’t close it (need I remind you, our door makes big noise). I thought it was my husband but when I looked pass the shower curtain, no one was in there and the bathroom door was closed. Call it what you want but it really did happen. A few weeks after we moved to my grandma’s house, our neighbor upstairs hung himself. I believe that ground is cursed. Only our cell phones would act up there. When I was on the phone with my sister from California, her voice suddenly changed sounding like the demon from the Exorcist. Now that we moved from Hawaii, I no longer experience eerie things like that. And not once have our cell phones did that since either. What we live on in Hawaii is ancient ground which is our ancestor’s “playing ground” so to speak. Now as for the ghost stories and haunted places in Hawaii, I can’t say that I been there, done that because I never got the nerve to disturb the ancient. I been through enough to know better than to ask for what those curious enough do. And those from the mainland that gets a little curious, disturbs what belongs to our ancestors, pays the price one way or the other. Believe it or not. All I can say is live there, try what others tried, maybe you’ll be one of the lucky ones to experience what some don’t believe in. I’m not trying to convince anyone in believing Hawaii’s tales, just open your eyes. There is another world far beyond this one………

kristin says:

March 8, 2007, 2:17 pm

man, whats the place that i do want tp go now…

merdam says:

March 12, 2007, 7:16 pm

you`re all weirdos!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Roxy says:

March 16, 2007, 7:47 pm

Hawaiian goddess “Pele” of the valcanoe spirit lives with in the valcanoe and she considers it her home so if u take a rock with u its like stealing. So if u take it u upset her and she will follow you untill she has what belongs to her. So think do u really want the Valcanoe Goddess To be on ur case?..I dont think so, this is A good reason to not take the lava rock.However growing up in Hawaii U always hear about the legends and ghost stories from books to your teachers to family memebers so i believe the ghost stories, I just dont ever want to experience it for myself I’m a big scardey cat…lol

MIchael says:

March 27, 2007, 8:40 pm

you are on the other side of the road im surprised it would be even close to ten

Mahina says:

July 1, 2007, 12:33 am

to all of you that dont believe **** then your stupid kine. i live on the big island, and im a haole so i would no more True ghost stories then you can emagine. my school kealakehe is said to be the path way of the night marchers no one kid dares to stay at school passed 9 ockloock. at midnight they come with a vengence to all the haoles and some hawaiians they say that if you are but naked on the road then they can not see you. so if your stupid enought to go look for yoself then haole you better watch your back. its not no joke. one time i was on a feild trip to the hilo to some chorus thing and like we had to take this detour or sumthing and it was busy road and we were on a yello skool bus and there was a car in front of us and in back., well the detour took us to this bureal ground or sumthing and we go over this brige right. and friggen then we dont see no cars behind us right before our eyes. then we were like freaking out. and so we were sitting there and i see this girl outside screaming. she had no reason to. it was a spirit girl so we stoped and we were stuck there for tree hours. it was so freaky i was like AHH.

Lillee says:

July 2, 2007, 10:38 pm

No offense, but I don’t see why that is sooo scary.

Maiki says:

July 10, 2007, 2:28 am

you know, im sorry to say this but- actually NO i not sorry: you haoles, if you dont have respect for yourself then at least have respect for the hawaiian language and culture. and to the haole that thinks that us HAWAIIANS suck at grammar and spelling, open your eyes! did you ever see Kamehameha school’s students? news flash: they’re all HAWAIIAN! what about the students at Kahuku Hs? ranked high for academic exellence! anyways, try sleeping at night and then waking up to the sounds of drums and flutes and then looking out your window into the valley and seeing torches floating down the from the mountain to the ocean. or try waking up at night and seeing warriors in your room just staring at you. or try walking your dog on the beach and then your dog starts stops and all its hair is sticking up then looking in front of you and seeing 3 7fooot shadowy shapes then looking closer and realizing that they are warriors from the old das. and so why dont chu stick yo foot depper down your throat and dont judge us from what you DONT KNOW or even better, WHAT YOU HAVENT EXPERIENCED!


Believer in CA says:

August 5, 2007, 6:04 pm

I have heard it all from non-believers from “you’re stupid” to “you should be committed. I have been to Oahu and I have been to the lookout. I could feel the spiritual power there but other than that experienced nothing. To the person insulting minorities grow up. I am part Native American my Great Grandfather had a hell of a time supporting his family because the kind of **** that is spewing from you.

Non-believers and believers alike need to respect the places of the living and the dead face it there are things that can not be explained.

While there I did experience many things from ghosts to feelings. I wanted to check out a old school but a friend (native to the island) wouldn’t let me because we would be out past 9pm and she was not going to be caught by the night marchers which I could here but not see that night at her home.

I became a believer when I was laying in my bed and was covered with a blanket that was across the room and it was tucked in around me by no one.

This would be a much better place if the people here would quit yelling at each other and have intelligent discussions and not name calling and bashing contests

snoopy says:

August 6, 2007, 2:43 pm

that is a f*cking moran i know real ghost stories

Tasha Hernandez says:

August 21, 2007, 6:41 pm

uhm i think your story was I dont know but what I do know is that you should explain your story more beacuse I didn’t understand it at all

strong love says:

August 21, 2007, 7:00 pm

also because this **** is f****en **** we want something scary,not a little sissy story

Frank Da Kine One Tank says:

September 16, 2007, 4:05 am

Girrl! You dumb, Kirara! They ain’t no ghost! And it’s P-A-L-I, ho!

lulu says:

October 8, 2007, 12:07 am

you all have to admit there is something greater than ourselves out there….and you wont come to understand things like wondering sprits untill you except that fact plain and simple. if you say you never saw a ghost and claim there are will never see or experience anything having to do with the paranormal. you have to except and be open to things like this. there is more than ourselves and the world you know. much more than you can ever imagine. just keep that in mind.

nelson says:

October 22, 2007, 8:24 pm

ok never mind lying!! I counted 10!!!!

To Whoever the heck said these stories aren't true says:

October 30, 2007, 2:53 am

What the heck!!! They ARE real!! Maybe YOU don’t live in Hawaii, so maybe you don’t believe them just because nothing superstitional ever happened to you. But we people who live in Hawaii grew up hearing these stories, knowing they are true because our own relatives who have encountered through such spiritual happenings passed it on to their next generations! If you don’t believe it, well you’re just proving to how ignorant you are. By the time anything uncommon ever happens to you, maybe you’ll then believe it.

lancell87 says:

October 30, 2007, 2:22 pm

im haole but i was raised in hawaii …. i know these are to be true dealt with them hubby did too… but one thing i kept noticing …. “its not scary”
my question to that is … is all ghost storys suppose to be like jason and freddy??? or like the grudge??? when you hear it isnt the same as seeing it … my suggestion go to hawaii fine a local that is willing to take you to these places find out for yourself … question … for the lava rocks if memory serves me right .. you take the lava from her home (pele) then bad luck but if memory serves me right if the lava touches the water it no longer applies …
also i want to say … its sad really sad how the culture from hawaii and the local life is going up in smoke .. just hear me out …. been wanting to say this for years … i have 2 teenagers born in queens hospital .. raised there for 5 yrs or so … i have all thier life been trying to teach them about home and stuff … it broke my heart when my oldest was 8 and said mom look i made a flower necklace … i corrected her but not the point … now she is 17 she meets up with some locals she will swing right into pigen (scares me some) but its ok … she acts as if she was there all of her life … but looks at me and says mom i am not local im not “hawaiian” as in i would be a virginan … to her thats not a part of her … my problem was finding the resources to keep the culture around her … remember the classes we have to take to learn about hawaii and i dont mean pearl harbor attacks eather … or classes that you tried hawaiian food hundreds of years ago … ect… i think that if the mainland people had the resources to teach them what hawaii really is i truly think it would help them understand … they are scared of what they dont understand and thats why we get comments like learn grammer and your a moron … its not understanding the unknown … next year my daughter leaves me to venture in the big world before her … i made her promise a few things .. maybe someone out there can help me with some … one she is having a “debute” (a becoming 18 party) she promised to do one dance hula for her guests … only problem is having hawaiian music to find for her ( i dont mean contemporary eather) there will be leis for her court ( trying to get her to make them ) …. k sorry got off track … my point is education will help understanding …. if anyone wants to help me out pls feel free to email me @ …. and for the haoles that are just bein ignorant … you sure dont make me a haole look good … so before making your comments think maybe just maybe double check what your gonna say by reading on the info before saying anything at all

aloha and mahalo and sorry for babbling some


gay fag says:

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Danielle Boling says:

November 12, 2007, 2:59 am

okay well hello i just moved to hawaii and i must say to all who live here i have to give you props because you all care very much about these islands and it really actually makes me happier to live here to know its being cared for oh and everyoen who has posted angry words on here please dont its mean and ithink wheeler aff is haunted

dylan says:

December 9, 2007, 6:03 pm

thats a piece of ****

karen says:

December 28, 2007, 4:56 pm

Dude, this story doesn’t make any sense to me. Like about the ten rocks, why the **** would they put that part there. And it doesn’t tell you why you will count seven bumps on the way back instead of ten. It sounds fake and sounds retarded…

Johnny says:

January 9, 2008, 5:28 pm

O.K this story said about the rocks that was not suposed to be taken whats the deal it didn’t say anything about what happens if you take a rock it tells you about road bumps that there are ten but only seven will be counted if you hit them this story suck!

Kaos says:

March 1, 2008, 3:43 pm

Ok you people are stupid
First of all- If you count ten goin then only seven back it means you get killed before you even get out of the area for taken a rock
Second- It’s so obvious, I mean to make it more clear the spirit things kill you three bumps away from hell of a good time
Last- why should you be murdered or wut ever for taking a rock?????????

noah says:

April 17, 2008, 8:41 pm

dear non-believers,

I believe in spirits,not ghosts,spirits. also I DO NOT LIVE IN HAWAII, but I’m still a believer of the spiritual planes.and sadly,because I’m a teen without a job-yet-my parents don’t have enough money to let me go to Hawaii.

kalei says:

June 21, 2008, 5:48 pm

I know that some of you DO NOT believe in the legends and stories of the island of Paradise (which was called the Sandwich Islands very very long ago), but the stories are real. It’s PALI LOOKOUT not Polly. Get it right. You cannot eat PORK on certain roads for your call will start stalling or might even break. You WILL see a lady in the back seat of your car when you look into the rear view mirror and she will dissapear. You will have the feeling of being CHOKED. Go to Megan’s corner at night and you will see a noose. Go park at Pali Lookout and see shadows. If you all are NON-BELIEVERS, shut your mouths, BUY A PLANE TICKET and head out to Hawai’i. Enough said.

Malea says:

June 21, 2008, 5:54 pm

the rock. Heregoes. YOU WILL HAVE BAD FORTUNE,BAD LUCK AND EVEN DEATH IN YOUR FAMILY. If you take a rock, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE SEND IT BACK THROUGH MAIL. Write a letter of apology. Your luck will change INSTANTLY.

Trinity says:

July 17, 2008, 6:44 pm

Um…This is real…Take my word for it 0.0 I tried this out and yeah it really is haunted…Another thing…Um.. hehehe This might sound unbelievable,but I almost fell…No body pushed me or there was no wind at all..

Kanonu says:

August 27, 2008, 2:45 pm

I don’t know why everyone is getting so spooled up because they said they don’t believe in the local legends. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. If they don’t want to believe, let them. Perhaps some day something will happen to change that belief, perhaps it won’t. Either way, believe what you want. I live on Oahu and plan to go up to Waimea to check this out for myself.

Lolita says:

September 24, 2008, 3:42 am

Hey Kanonu, When you do go let me know if its for real. When you go up make sure you count all the bumps in the road (10) and when you come down make sure you count again (7). I need facts to believe this one. I trust you, I need to I can’t go there I live on Maui.

LocalBraddah says:

October 7, 2008, 4:13 am

Message to all:

Don’t feel the need to force your opinion on another person. Instead, use this forum to tell your tales and answer questions. The people out there writing hateful messages are just waiting for your flustered response.
Don’t enable this behavior…..Live Aloha

fo fo says:

October 16, 2008, 12:56 pm

blah blah blah this is dooehret

North Shore resident says:

October 25, 2008, 5:57 am

There are 10 speed bumps, each way! I dont know who came up with this less bumps idea/logic but its completely rediculouse. They must have smoked one at the top.

pakelekia says:

October 30, 2008, 3:12 pm

When I was going to Pearl City High School back in the 80’s, I had some friends that went on an Hawaiiana field trip to the Kilauea Crater on the Big Island. Some of them took a piece of the volcanic rocks near by. Almost everyone were in a serious and almost fatal accident. The teacher asked who every took a lava rock must return it to where they found it. Please ask “Pele” for forgivness and return the lava rock or stone to where they found it. About a few weeks after they returned what they took evryone who were ill, had gotten better.
Never mess with Pele. Amen…

dabom says:

November 11, 2008, 3:41 pm

To Mr. Dude,

You are stupid…. Don’t tempt faith. In Hawaii, there are a lot of spirits, you think that there isn’t ghosts or spirits, well if you believe in God, try look in the bible and didn’t one of the prophets rise from the dead, wasn’t his spirit called by a witch???? So don’t tempt faith, yes, it could be Satan playing with your mind, but there is spirits that roams this earth. As for Hawaii, I can talk bubba, because I live here in Hawaii, I am a local, trust me, why don’t you go to Volcano national park on the Big Island and put some lava rocks in your pocket as you are trying to take them home, then see what happens………. If not Shut your bloody mouth!!!!!!!!!!!!!

dabom says:

November 11, 2008, 3:48 pm

eh braddahs and sistahs out there, one more thing I want to share with you guys, Go to the old theaters at Pearl Ridge and go park upstairs. There is a spirit that lurks up there, my sister’s friend caught it on video. so yeah, go to a late night show and check it out. The spirit said to them that they’re not safe here. But yeah, guys, if you think about it, everywhere has spirits, but I’d love to see one for myself…. LOL……. I hope so one day…….. Besides, don’t all people have their own aumakua, or guardian spirits guarding them????? I am out guys A Hui Hou………

Ghost Tour Guide says:

January 19, 2009, 2:39 am

For you “science” guys, there is actually a science behind the paranormal, look it up. Myself, I am a tour guide for a ghost tour company, which means that we run 6 out of 7 nights a week taking people to known haunted spots around the island of Oahu, and retelling the stories there. I have been there since last year april and I will attest to seeing LOTS and LOTS of things. They are not unexplainable though, through ghost stories and basic understanding of science/physics, you will understand WHY and HOW ghosts actually appear, and why sometimes they don’t.

As for the rocks and bad luck, there are literally HUNDREDS or THOUSANDS of personal accounts from people who take rocks. Everyone knows you don’t take them, but not a lot of people know why. The reason why is that, a lot like our Native American friends, Hawaiians believe that everything is alive with mana (spiritual power or spiritual force), there are legends of spirits known as “Kupua” inhabiting the rocks and trees and so forth. By taking a rock you disrespect the spirit in it. O yeah not to mention some rocks are considered to be the offspring of Madam Pele, don’t piss off the volcano goddess.

Any ??’s hit me up on a post

tiffany says:

April 20, 2009, 11:04 pm

It is not Waiamea, it is Waimea! And this lookout is actually part of a Hawaiian burial ground called Pu’u o Mahuka Heiau, which is why there are so many “spooky” stories about this area.

PanLin says:

June 10, 2009, 4:35 pm

I live in Hawaii (Oahu) as well and I’ve learned you should respect your home. If you guys have ever been to the Chinese grave yard (the children’s section) it’s really creepy. My friend and I were there to put flowers on one of our families graves and we started hearing crying. The wind wasn’t blowing but it was really loud. So I look at my friend and the lolo’s eating gummi bears. I said “Dummy give them the candy before you eat that!” he didn’t believe me but he put gummi bears on each of the graves and the crying stopped after he put the last one down. How do you explain that, since there was no wind blowing?

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jonel boyce says:

September 9, 2009, 11:54 am

the days were long and the nights were very cold???…!!!
we were so scared i dident know what to do so i hid under the covers and cried 4 like 3 hours

Leah says:

October 5, 2009, 8:44 pm

Kirara F.Y.I. polly is splet pali….lol I’m from maui and i respect the spirits out here in hawaii. If you have been to hawaii and been to such places, the feeling you get is amazing, if you come with respect and understanding. its not so much scary, but a spirtual quiet soul empowering feeling. its amazing. So respect the island as if you where and accient ancestor and it will respect you. alllrigh aloha

Tia says:

December 26, 2009, 6:24 pm

i lived in hawaii my entire lyph and i do belive in ghost so **** all u ghost non belivers

Hobo says:

February 10, 2010, 6:58 pm

I went there once and I remember counting the 10 roadbumps. When I came back I saw a bandit running off into the woods with the other 3 roadbumps which is why there is only 7 :)

Pupukea Boy says:

March 11, 2010, 2:44 pm

So, I happen to surf out to this site, and find out my old stomping grounds got listed as an actual haunted area. YEP! The Heiau on Pupukea Hill, overlooking beautiful Waimea Bay, on the North Shore of O’ahu. As a child, I lived on Pupukea Hill, and used to ride MX and BMX from the back of the mountain, where I lived, all the way down to the Heiau (place of worship/sacrifice/etc). The trail we used to take was so remote, we would sometimes see wild pig, peacock, pheasant, etc. Once we got to the heiau, we would park & drink, smoke herb, whatever…One time, we stayed late into the night, partying & playing around, jumping over rocks, playing hide & seek (I know…sounds kinda gay, but when you’re bored & drunk…what would you do?) LOL! Thru the entire evening, we kept seeing random shadow figures moving around all over the entire site – we joked around trying to scare one another. My friend broke away from the bunch and went uphill away from the heiau to take a leak. 2 seconds after he disappeared into the haole koa trees, he came running out yelling, “Let’s Go! Let’s Go!”…. We ran over and grabbed our bikes in a panic and asked him what happened. He said that when he stopped to whiz, he looked up and way back past the trees, he saw about a dozen men dressed in Hawaiian loincloth and raincapes. They were all looking right back at him in disgust. He said that as he ran out of the bushes, he heard them running, following him out. I saw the bushes and trees part and separate behind him as he moved out of there! I cannot to this day come up with a reasonable explanation for what I saw. There was zero wind, no one else was up there but us dummies. I’ll never forget the look on his frikkin face! The next day, we met up and wrapped some manapua’s and bananas in ti leaves and left them there on the rocks as a sign of respect. I have not been there since moving to the mainland in 1991.

To all you non-believers, be careful. Be respectful when you tread on old Hawaiian ground. Preservation isn’t solely done to keep an area in its original state…sometimes, it’s done because the MANA – the spiritual power of that site will not allow anything else to take its place. With that said, I would bet $$$ that if anyone tried to settle on that land, he/she/they would suffer dearly.

Lisa says:

July 16, 2010, 6:07 pm

Seriously? Ghosts are real. Most of the comments on this article are fake. I am guessing the tool who left the original post meant Waimea… because Wiamea doesn’t exist. Also, it’s Pali Lookout, not Polly. Maybe they didn’t read the part just bellow which says: “Please use correct grammar, capitalization, and punctuation. Let’s try to keep this place looking classy.”

pualei says:

August 13, 2010, 7:32 pm

hahaha. i was born and raised in hawai’i and i still reside here. there are a LOT of haunted places here. ):

pualei says:

August 13, 2010, 7:34 pm

p.s.- all you haoles, go to the pali at night time. it’s fun! xD

Lahela says:

October 2, 2010, 12:11 am

Hey everyone,
I live in Hawaii and have visited this particular site many times. The “speed bump” story is really popular but honestly, it has never happened to me personally. However, taking rocks from this sacred place is really disrespectful – imagine someone taking a part of your ancestors grave site. There are many stories of bad luck and hauntings following a person who takes from the Heiau. Believe what you will, but I would not recommend it….

Francis Taua says:

October 11, 2010, 5:41 am

“Non-Believers” are the Biggest Scardey Cats out there..They are so TERRIFIED of the Possibilities that they Close themselves off from it like a child pulling the covers over the heads Hahahahaha
They can’t “get me” if I don’t believe in them.
Give them they’re much needed “safety blanket” if they must have it.
For those of You commenting who have NEVER been to Hawaii..SHUT UP..YOU have NO IDEA of the things that happen here..and it is YOU who are exactly who we DON’T want here..running around with your Bravado angering forces that You have NO regard or respect for..stay under your blankets and tell yourselves how Brave you are..and stay Home…You’re SAFE there!!!

Cool says:

October 25, 2011, 1:35 pm

This is a waste of time I personally don’t believe in this fake stuff it’s stupid god created the earth as it is for human plants and animals and that’s the truth

r k says:

April 17, 2012, 4:59 am

I used to live in Kahana, Maui up between Lahaina & Kapalua, and once I woke up in the middle of the night sweating and scared out of my mind because I had had a dream that about people being strangled there in olden times. I thought it was just a nonsense bad dream until some time later I read in a book that Hawaiians often would often kill their victims of human sacrifice by strangulation. I now think that the dream I had of ancient people being strangled was indicating that such things had occurred on that ‘aina, in that area.
I now live in North Kihei, and a few nights ago I was laying in bed reading, when the top book on the stack of books on the nightstand flew off the pile and onto the ground. I thought that it must have just been on an incline and slid off…but then the next day I put it back on the pile and tried to push it off but there was no incline and it did not slide off easily. I have no idea why it flew off the pile on its own! It was kind of creepy.

r k says:

April 17, 2012, 5:29 am

And a couple other things from Maui: A while back I was walking on the road at the bottom of Maliko Gulch in Ha’iku. I stood on the bridge looking down into the streamlet, then I turned makai to where there’s a small tract of land with a painted sign on it indicating that that tract of land belongs to the reestablished Hawaiian Government. The small tract is sort of fenced off and looks like it had a couple small ancient rock cairns on it. I walked toward the area, curious, and as I approached close to the tract a quick, whipping gust of wind came up and whipped the leaves up RIGHT in front of me for just a second. It was the only wind down in the gulch, and it was just a brief gust blocking my path momentarily, warning me not to go further, or possibly just telling me to tread lightly on that sacred ground. Anyway, it spooked me quite a lot and I left the area.
Also, I was recently hiking in Olowalu Valley, which is a very ancient site. There are graves in the valley and petroglyphs, and just a lot of history there. A very ancient trail system goes through the valley linking two sides of the island. I was hiking back in there by myself, on my way out in mid-afternoon when a huge burst of wind barrelled through the valley, knocking the branches of the treas together overhead. All of a sudden I heard a loud sound of “Heeeeee!” It kind of sounded like a high mocking laugh, designed to scare me. I was the only one in the valley. There’s a chance that it could have been wind or an animal, but it didn’t sound like anything I’ve ever heard on my hikes. (By the way, at the time I had in my pocket a skull fragment I had found earlier while hiking. I had found it near the trail and had put it in my pocket, wanting to take it to someone who might know if it was human or animal, but I ended up thinking better of that. On my way out of the valley I left it near where I found it.)

Chris Foehlinger says:

April 25, 2012, 10:57 pm

ive done this trail bot hduring the day and at night, and its more spooky at day i think, and well i have a rock from this trail (volcanic) but i had it blessed so theres nothing wrong with it, but when it was blessed all the bad energy came out as a gust of wind.

bradley says:

November 27, 2012, 8:46 pm

i have a encounter with a ghost one time i when i was in 4th grade me and my friend Mavrick were the only ones sitting inside on the heater cause we came back in really cold sneezing from the snow during recess and recess is usually a couple of hours so we sat inside like the teacher told and we were sitting across from the boys bathroom it was about 2 or 3 feet away from us anyways we were sitting there talkimg while watching the door of the boys bathroom and then we heard what had sounded like someone getting papertowel so we jumped up and ranover an i said “hello”? and we kept asking if someone was in there and when i looked in i saw a pair of white feet on the other side of the divider thing that divie=de s the door and the sinks so when we went in they were gone so we looked around in all the stalls when we were about to leave we heard a cackling then the door cosed and locked the windows closed at the same time and all the stalls flew open at he same time then the lights went out and my friend was laying on the floor by the door scared and i was standing in front of the mirrors and then my back started burning and i asked my friend if he was scratching me and hand when i found him he was still by the door scared so then we looked at my back and there were scratches on my back so i went back to the mirrors and he hid back by the door all of sudden i saw a woman appear in the mirror in a white dress and covered in blood then she disappeared and blood appeared on the wall saying …”get out or die”… then lights came back on the windows open and the door unlocked after we got out side we told a good friend of ours who was a kid of a ghost hunter and he told us we just had a rare encounter with bloody mary and that one of us was haunted by her i was wondering who it was then i found that out the hard way i was pushed down the stairs by someone when i looked back and no 1 there so i told my friend and he said it was me.

mary says:

March 8, 2013, 3:57 pm

I used to stay in a house in old Mililani Oahu by the high school. One morning I went into back yard to hang laundry and there were several xtra large shoe prints 2 inches deep and approx. 2 feet long in size. It was very strange, but was thinking it was the giant that lives in Hawaii folklore.

Raging says:

September 1, 2014, 9:05 am

I live in Hawaii and believe in science over superstition. With that being said, that doesn’t mean I don’t respect peoples wishes and beliefs. Therefore every time I go to this place I never test any of the myths. To all the people bashing this story, I say before you speak I welcome you to take a rock, or one of the offerings, better yet go in the middle of the heiau and do the safety dance. After that then you may speak on this being a hoax. I’ll admit when I go to this place I do get a weird feeling. This is the first I heard about the bumps in the road but it does seem like I slowed down more for the bumps when going up opposed to going down. I’ll have to take note of this the next time I go there.

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