Sunday Nov 21, 2021

Ep. 9: Burial Rituals of Hawaiians

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Aloha!  Thank you for joining me for episode 8:  Burial Rituals of Hawaii!
This episode is based on a true event that happened in the little town I grew up in on the Big Island of Hawaii.  I learned of this incident from the same Hawaiian history teacher I spoke about in episode 4 pt. 1 who experienced his car being pushed sideways by Nightmarchers.  I don't want to give too much away, so....
Get as comfortable as you can on these lava rocks, sorry not as soft as sand...  Pop open a green bottle, spark up that paranormal pakalolo (if that's your thing), and let's get into this....
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Show Notes:

Native Hawaiian Burial Methods

Mana and Kamehameha's Missing Bones:

'Sacred Burial Practices' by Betty Lullard-Leo

More information about burial practices of Hawaiians:

Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum:

Opihi (Definition):

News article from 1903 detailing the discovery of the cave/tomb with skirt of hair and other mysterious artifacts:

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