This Heiau In Hawaii Has A Dark And Evil History That Will Never Be Forgotten

Located in an isolated area of the North Kohala Coast on Hawaii’s Big Island is a place so shrouded in darkness that it is advised you only visit during the day, though that might simply be due to the fact that there is no electricity or lights in the area. The Mo’okini Luakini Heiau was one of the first temples to be built on the island, and has an evil history rife with human sacrifice.

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Have you ever visited this evil historical site? Did you sense anything paranormal? For more terrifying places across the Big Island to visit this October, check out this haunted Hawaii Island road trip.