The One Urban Legend In Hawaii That Will Make You Stay Inside After Dark

With a history steeped in religion, culture and even civil war, the Hawaiian Islands are no stranger to crazy urban legends. From legends surrounding the powerful and influential volcano goddess, Pele, to modern myths of wandering spirits, the Aloha State isn’t all sunshine and happiness.

However, some legends are a little scarier than others, and there is perhaps no Hawaiian myth more terrifying than that of the Night Marchers. Don’t believe me? Read on to see for yourself just how creepy this legend truly is.

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This is certainly one urban legend that will make you want to stay inside after dark — and maybe consult a lunar calendar. Have you ever encountered the night marchers?

Can’t get enough of Hawaii’s legends? You might want to read about the Menehune or even this myth that spooks tourists.