There’s A Terrifying Haunted Cave In Hawaii And It’s Not For The Faint Of Heart

While the Hawaiian Islands don’t experience fall weather like much of the mainland, we can certainly partake in all things Halloween, from candy corn and pumpkin carving to haunted houses. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good haunted house as much as the next person, but I’m personally partial to real tales of the paranormal, of apparitions and spooky sounds at haunted places. Luckily, Oahu is full of haunted places, and today we’re featuring one of the scariest: Kaneana Cave. This cave has a long history of supernatural tales that are guaranteed to give you the shivers. Make sure you read these tales with your light on!

Have you ever visited this frightening haunted cave in Hawaii? What did you think? Did you experience anything out of this world? Let us know in the comments below!

Not sure about your Halloween plans yet? Consider embarking on this haunted road trip across Oahu.

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Haunted Cave In Hawaii

September 27, 2021

Are there many haunted places in Hawaii?

Hawaii is a beautiful place that is filled with sacred sites, burials, and spiritual locations. With the expansion of people that have come to live on the island, it’s no surprise that tales of hauntings pop up everywhere, on every island. From the band of ancient warriors, the Night Marchers, to the fire goddess Pele, and the sinking of the U.S.S. Arizona, there are plenty of places all over Oahu, and all of the islands, that could be the site of a haunting or two.

What are the Night Marchers of Hawaii?

The Night Marchers are a legend that tells the tale of the ancient warriors who come out and marching on nights with no moon. You cannot make eye contact with the Night Marchers if they come your way, because it could prove to be deadly. It’s recommended that you lay face down to show your respect as they pass by. 

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