13 Horribly Creepy Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do In Hawaii

Halloween is finally here, and 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 eating and pumpkin carving to scaring ourselves silly at haunted houses. While I love a good haunted house as much as the next person, I am personally partial to real tales of the paranormal, of apparitions and spooky sounds at haunted places. In celebration of Halloween, we’ve put together a list of 13 horribly creepy things you can only do across the Hawaiian Islands, from a haunted road trip to visiting places rife with mystery and legend. After all, the Hawaiian Islands have a unique history full of royalty, warriors, and culture — and with that distinct history comes our own fair share of ghost stories.

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Happy haunting, everyone! Hope everyone has a spooky (and safe) Halloween!