Ghostlore of Hawaii: Paranormal Paradise

When most people think of Hawaii, they imagine sand, surf, and the Aloha Spirit....but spirits of a different kind may occupy the Hawaiian islands. Most people visiting the islands don‘t know of Hawaii‘s haunted history. Want to learn of the haunted hotels and the restless spirits that still roam the grounds? Or why whistling at night attracts spirits of the dead... Come join me, Uncle Jared, as I cover these infamous tales on my podcast, Ghostlore of Hawaii: Paranormal Paradise

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Monday Sep 27, 2021

Note:  For best listener experience, headphones are suggested but not required.  Aloha! Thank you for tuning into episode 5:  Ghosts of Lahaina Before we get into the episode, I wanted to give a very special shout out to Sapphire Sandalo for featuring my first episode (The Kona Lagoon Hotel) on her extremely popular podcast, 'Stories with Sapphire'.  Sapphire has been an amazing inspiration as a horror creator (she created the extremely popular YouTube show 'Something Scary', as well as the podcast 'Stories with Sapphire') along with being a huge influence in the AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islander) communities.  I started Ghostlore of Hawaii because of the lack of representation Hawaii has in the paranormal world. Sapphire has been a proponent of getting the AAPI voice out to the world for close to a decade!  As a fellow AAPI creator in the horror genre, I owe so much to her because "there is so much more to the spirit realm then the white figures (both living and dead) that we see in entertainment. (From Sapphire's website!)" Imagine how scary (in the best way possible) the world would be by getting exposure to the horror/ghost stories from cultures all around the globe!  I'm rambling.... So back to the episode, tonight, we're travelling to the island of Maui to visit the beautiful beach side town of Lahaina.  Known for beautiful beaches, surfing, shopping, and dining, Lahaina has something for everyone......especially those searching for the supernatural.   Tales of restless spirits found in locations across the town are still told.  See the section of the old Lahaina Fort that still stands near the large Banyan tree, or tour the prison built back in 1852.  Or, stay at one of the many resorts at the hotel district in Kaanapali, rumored to be haunted.   That's where tonight's first story takes us, to the Royal Lahaina Resort in Kaanapali.  The incident happened to a couple of of my best friends during a group trip to Maui.  The second story, well, just tune in....   The Ghostlore of Hawaii Patreon is now live!   Click the link below to become a Patron and gain access to additional bonus, full-length and mini-episodes only available on Patreon! Head to:  www.patreon.com/ghostloreofhawaii   Find me on Instagram at:  @ghostlore.of.hawaii   If you were entertained, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts, it helps other people find the show and makes a huge difference for Podcasters.   MERCH IS NOW AVAILABLE! https://ghostlore-of-HI.redbubble.com   Do you have a paranormal story about Hawaii that you'd like to hear on the podcast?  Or have some advice or feedback?  Just want to stop by and say "Hi"?  Email me at:  ghostlore.of.hawaii@gmail.com   Know anyone who doesn't have Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or any other podcast app?  They can listen for free on my website at:  www.ghostloreofhawaii.com     Show Notes: Check out all of Sapphire Sandalo's amazing endeavors at her website:  https://sapphiresandalo.com/ Stories with Sapphire:  www.storieswithsapphire.com Sapphire's YouTube Channel:  https://www.youtube.com/c/SapphireSandalo Catch Sapphire on the Travel Channel series:  https://www.travelchannel.com/shows/paranormal-caught-on-camera/episodes and Paranormal Nightshift:  https://www.travelchannel.com/shows/paranormal-nightshift   Lahaina, Maui, HI: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lahaina,_Hawaii   Lahaina Banyan Court Park: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lahaina_Banyan_Court_Park   Royal Lahaina Resort: https://www.royallahaina.com/   Some travel information on Hana, Maui, HI: https://www.gohawaii.com/islands/maui/regions/east-maui/Hana   Halloween Party in Lahaina: https://lahainatown.com/halloween-party.php   Haleakalā National Park:  https://www.nps.gov/hale/index.htm   Suicide Tourism in Switzerland: https://theconversation.com/suicide-tourism-and-understanding-the-swiss-model-of-the-right-to-die-96698    

Wednesday Sep 15, 2021

Trigger Warning:  This episode discusses depression, suicide, and briefly describes a body postmortem.  Although these topics are discussed briefly, it may be disturbing to some listeners.   Note:  For best listener experience, headphones are suggested but not required.   Aloha!  Welcome back to part 3 of episode 4:  The Haunting at UH Mānoa!  If you haven't listened to the first 2 parts, start there.   When we left off, Toshi just had his nightmare and woke up to a choking ghost.  He suspected the girl he saw hanged in his closet was the girl he loved in his dreams.  Jerry called family friend Kupuna Kimo, who would bless the room.  Kobayashi, Toshi's floormate, was dating Megan, who was also sensitive to spirits.  He planned to bring Megan to the room blessing to see if her visions lined up with Kimo's.     The Ghostlore of Hawaii Patreon is now live!   Click the link below to become a Patron and gain access to additional bonus, full-length and mini-episodes only available on Patreon! Head to:  www.patreon.com/ghostloreofhawaii   If you enjoy Ghostlore of Hawaii:  Paranormal Paradise, please leave a rating and review on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.  It really helps new listeners find the show and makes a huge impact for independently produced podcasts like this one.     Rate on Spotify:  https://open.spotify.com/show/01N7z0FpM4q9GM2mMWSQOc?si=bc00c747a1aa4fda   Rate and review on Apple Podcasts:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ghostlore-of-hawaii-paranormal-paradise/id1576129885   Merchandise is available!  Every purchase goes straight into creating more content for the podcast.   https://ghostlore-of-HI.redbubble.com/   Do you have a paranormal story or topic you'd like to hear on the podcast?  Have some advice or feedback?  Just want to say "Hi"?  You can email me at ghostlore.of.hawaii@gmail.com   Follow me on RePod! https://joinrepod.com/ghostloreofhawaii RePod is a new listening app that let's listeners share episodes or shows, find new podcasts in their favorite genre, and even tip your favorite hosts!  Best of all, it's the easiest way to chat directly with me!  Have a question about the pidgin or Hawaiian word used in an episode?  You can shoot me a message on RePod.  Think of it like a mix between Facebook, Patreon, GoodReads, and your favorite listening app!   Download for free on Apple iOS, Google Play Store, or your desktop by using the link:  https://joinrepod.com/ghostloreofhawaii   Share your favorite episode with your friends!  If they don't have any of the listening apps they can still listen for free!  No downloading required! Listen for free:  www.ghostloreofhawaii.com     Show Notes: UH Mānoa https://manoa.hawaii.edu/   Pretty cool but I found this interesting account of the haunting at the Mokihana dorms after I finished recording the episode.  It lines up closely with the story I've heard about the cursed room.   http://folklore.usc.edu/moki-hana-the-haunted-dormitory/   Choking ghost: https://www.themodernhonolulu.com/explore-cultural-hawaii/haunted-hawaii   Hauna definition: https://glosbe.com/haw/en/hauna   Obake:  Ghost Stories in Hawaii by Glen Grant https://mutualpublishing.com/product/obake-ghost-stories-in-hawaii-mass-market/   Hawaii's Best Spooky Tales by Rick Carroll https://www.booklineshawaii.com/books/hawaiis-best-spooky-tales.html   Obake neko: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bakeneko     *The following story was based on the tales of the Mokihana dorms being haunted, I am not saying it is, that's for you to decide ;)      

Thursday Sep 02, 2021

Trigger Warning:  This episode discusses depression, suicide, and briefly describes a body postmortem.  Although these topics are discussed briefly, it may be disturbing to some listeners. Note:  For best listener experience, headphones are suggested but not required.   Mahalo for joining the Ghostlore of Hawaii:  Paranormal Paradise podcast!  This is part 2 of last week's episode on the hauntings at the University of Hawaii Mānoa campus.   If you haven't listened to episode 4 part 1, I highly suggest starting with that episode.  When we left off, Emma, our college freshman, had been doing great during the first half of her first semester.  She made new friends, was excelling in all of her classes, and had started dating Scott, a star on the men's volleyball team.  Then, it all came crashing down for Emma...   The Ghostlore of Hawaii Patreon is now live!   Click the link below to become a Patron and gain access to additional bonus, full-length and mini-episodes only available on Patreon! Head to:  www.patreon.com/ghostloreofhawaii   If you enjoy Ghostlore of Hawaii:  Paranormal Paradise, please leave a rating and review on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.  It really helps new listeners find the show and makes a huge impact for independently produced podcasts like this one.     Rate on Spotify:  https://open.spotify.com/show/01N7z0FpM4q9GM2mMWSQOc?si=bc00c747a1aa4fda   Rate and review on Apple Podcasts:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ghostlore-of-hawaii-paranormal-paradise/id1576129885   Merchandise is available!  Every purchase goes straight into creating more content for the podcast.   https://ghostlore-of-HI.redbubble.com/   Do you have a paranormal story or topic you'd like to hear on the podcast?  Have some advice or feedback?  Just want to say "Hi"?  You can email me at ghostlore.of.hawaii@gmail.com   Follow me on RePod! https://joinrepod.com/ghostloreofhawaii RePod is a new listening app that let's listeners share episodes or shows, find new podcasts in their favorite genre, and even tip your favorite hosts!  Best of all, it's the easiest way to chat directly with me!  Have a question about the pidgin or Hawaiian word used in an episode?  You can shoot me a message on RePod.  Think of it like a mix between Facebook, Patreon, GoodReads, and your favorite listening app!   Download for free on Apple iOS, Google Play Store, or your desktop by using the link:  https://joinrepod.com/ghostloreofhawaii   Share your favorite episode with your friends!  If they don't have any of the listening apps they can still listen for free!  No downloading required! Listen for free:  www.ghostloreofhawaii.com   Show Notes: Information of the University of Hawaii at Mānoa: https://manoa.hawaii.edu/   Haunted Hawaii (Choking ghost, aswang, menehune): https://www.honolulumagazine.com/haunted-hawaii-my-personal-experience-with-the-supernatural-and-the-unexplained/   Plantation life and Hawaii becomes a "Melting Pot" of cultures: https://www.loc.gov/classroom-materials/immigration/japanese/hawaii-life-in-a-plantation-society/   Kanashibari: https://yokai.com/kanashibari/   Obakeneko (Ghost cat): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bakeneko   Definition of kūpuna : https://www.primitiveways.com/kupuna.html   Kahu description and information on blessing the land (Here's a great source explaining how Kahu's bless the land): https://www.miramirakauai.com/land-blessings/            

Monday Aug 23, 2021

Note:  For best listener experience, headphones are suggested but not required. Aloha!  Welcome back to the Ghostlore of Hawaii:  Paranormal Paradise podcast!  I'm your host, Uncle Jared, and I carved a seat out of sand just for you, right next to the bonfire I made on this beach.   Tonight's episode, we're traveling to the island of Oahu, to the University of Hawaii Mānoa campus.  Situated in the Mānoa Valley, tales of the valley's haunting has been passed down generations, way before the school existed.  Stories of Nightmarchers sightings passing through the valley are commonly told.  This tale, however, covers the hauntings on campus, specifically the dorms.   So sit back, get comfortable with your green bottle and paranormal pakalolo all ready, and let's get into this...   The Ghostlore of Hawaii Patreon is now live!   Click the link below to become a Patron and gain access to additional bonus, full-length and mini-episodes only available on Patreon! Head to:  www.patreon.com/ghostloreofhawaii   If you enjoy Ghostlore of Hawaii:  Paranormal Paradise, please leave a rating and review on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.  It really helps new listeners find the show and makes a huge impact for independently produced podcasts like this one.     Rate on Spotify:  https://open.spotify.com/show/01N7z0FpM4q9GM2mMWSQOc?si=bc00c747a1aa4fda   Rate and review on Apple Podcasts:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ghostlore-of-hawaii-paranormal-paradise/id1576129885   Merchandise is available!  Every purchase goes straight into creating more content for the podcast.   https://ghostlore-of-HI.redbubble.com/   Do you have a paranormal story or topic you'd like to hear on the podcast?  Have some advice or feedback?  Just want to say "Hi"?  You can email me at ghostlore.of.hawaii@gmail.com   Follow me on RePod! https://joinrepod.com/ghostloreofhawaii RePod is a new listening app that let's listeners share episodes or shows, find new podcasts in their favorite genre, and even tip your favorite hosts!  Best of all, it's the easiest way to chat directly with me!  Have a question about the pidgin or Hawaiian word used in an episode?  You can shoot me a message on RePod.  Think of it like a mix between Facebook, Patreon, GoodReads, and your favorite listening app!   Download for free on Apple iOS, Google Play Store, or your desktop by using the link:  https://joinrepod.com/ghostloreofhawaii   Share your favorite episode with your friends!  If they don't have any of the listening apps they can still listen for free!  No downloading required! Listen for free:  www.ghostloreofhawaii.com     Show Notes: Information about the University of Hawaii Mānoa: https://manoa.hawaii.edu/ Ti Leaves: https://www.lightforcenetwork.com/forum/6/divine-powers-hawaiian-ti-leaves Definition of lolo: https://e-hawaii.com/pidgin/lolo/ Definition of Hawaiian Pidgin: https://www.dictionary.com/browse/hawaiian-pidgin  

Tuesday Aug 03, 2021

Note:  For best listener experience, headphones are suggested but not required.   Aloha!  The trailer you heard at the start of the episode is one of my favorite horror podcasts, Scare you to Sleep, hosted by the amazing Shelby Scott.  Check out new episodes every Friday!  https://open.spotify.com/show/2sNFsS8B0qvIg1jK0Vo7Ns?si=fx2xrBTvTQG5VwFt6dCuXg&dl_branch=1 In episode 3 we're headed to Volcanoes National Park, on the Big Island, to cover one of Hawaii's most popular superstitions... Sit back, relax....pop open a bottle of your choice, cozy up to the fire, and let's learn about Pele's curse... The Ghostlore of Hawaii Patreon is now live!     Click the link below to become a Patron and gain access to additional bonus, full-length and mini-episodes only available on Patreon! Head to:  www.patreon.com/ghostloreofhawaii   If you enjoy Ghostlore of Hawaii:  Paranormal Paradise, please leave a rating and review on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.  It really helps new listeners find the show and makes a huge impact for independently produced podcasts like this one.   Rate on Spotify:  https://open.spotify.com/show/01N7z0FpM4q9GM2mMWSQOc?si=bc00c747a1aa4fda  Rate and review on Apple Podcasts:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ghostlore-of-hawaii-paranormal-paradise/id1576129885  Merchandise is available!  Every purchase goes straight into creating more content for the podcast.  https://ghostlore-of-HI.redbubble.com/ Do you have a paranormal story or topic you'd like to hear on the podcast?  Have some advice or feedback?  Just want to say "Hi"?  You can email me at ghostlore.of.hawaii@gmail.com Follow me on RePod! https://joinrepod.com/ghostloreofhawaii RePod is a new listening app that let's listeners share episodes or shows, find new podcasts in their favorite genre, and even tip your favorite hosts!  Best of all, it's the easiest way to chat directly with me!  Have a question about the pidgin or Hawaiian word used in an episode?  You can shoot me a message on RePod.  Think of it like a mix between Facebook, Patreon, GoodReads, and your favorite listening app!   Download for free on Apple iOS, Google Play Store, or your desktop by using the link:  https://joinrepod.com/ghostloreofhawaii  Share your favorite episode with your friends!  If they don't have any of the listening apps they can still listen for free!  No downloading required!Listen for free:  www.ghostloreofhawaii.com   Check out Poltergeist OD on Instagram and Spotify!  He raps about horror movies like Scream, Halloween, and Friday the 13th.  Super clever lyrics about those classic slasher films.  https://open.spotify.com/artist/7zzRnHQfNbeNT7T9hWd44c?si=svWhd7BKRbenTfs8Dz2aHg&dl_branch=1 Poltergeist OD Instagram:  @poltergeist_od Check out the Morbid Forest Podcast.  Disturbingly dark and humorous, and Scare you to Sleep's Shelby Scott narrates episode 3:  https://open.spotify.com/show/6Imc7reKuZXgOFpKQQG6qn?si=dSNa7Z7oTWSETXNRtbgqzA&dl_branch=1   Show Notes: Pelehonuamea - Madam Pelehttps://www.hawaii.com/discover/culture/pele/ Pele's Curse:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pele%27s_Curse Volcanoes National Park:https://www.nps.gov/havo/index.htm Kīlauea Iki Trail Hike:https://www.nps.gov/havo/planyourvisit/hike_day_kilaueaiki.htm Mark Twain in Na`alehu:https://wesisland.blogspot.com/2009/09/mark-twain-and-monkey-pod-tree.html Punalu`u Bake Shop:https://www.bakeshophawaii.com/ Hapuna Beach:https://www.hawaii.com/big-island/beaches/hapuna/ Hilo:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hilo,_Hawaii "Mauka" Definition:https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/mauka  

Sunday Jul 18, 2021

Note:  For best listener experience, headphones are suggested but not required.   Aloha!  Welcome back to the Ghostlore of Hawaii:  Paranormal Paradise podcast!  A show about the haunted Hawaii most visitors don't get to experience during their short time to the Islands.   In episode 2, we're sticking to the Kona side of the Big Island of Hawaii.  This is a special episode as it's the first of many to cover a paranormal experience that I witnessed FIRSTHAND.  The fact I was with another person who witnessed this same event, adds validity to my struggles in trying to understanding what happened that night.... So sit back, pop open a green bottle, spark up that paranormal pakalolo (whatever it takes to get you through the night), and listen in on why you shouldn't whistle at night in Hawaii....   The Ghostlore of Hawaii Patreon is now live!   Click the link below to become a Patron and gain access to additional bonus, full-length and mini-episodes only available on Patreon! Head to:  www.patreon.com/ghostloreofhawaii   If you enjoy Ghostlore of Hawaii:  Paranormal Paradise, please leave a rating and review on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.  It really helps new listeners find the show and makes a huge impact for independently produced podcasts like this one.     Rate on Spotify:  https://open.spotify.com/show/01N7z0FpM4q9GM2mMWSQOc?si=bc00c747a1aa4fda   Rate and review on Apple Podcasts:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ghostlore-of-hawaii-paranormal-paradise/id1576129885   Merchandise is available!  Every purchase goes straight into creating more content for the podcast.   https://ghostlore-of-HI.redbubble.com/   Do you have a paranormal story or topic you'd like to hear on the podcast?  Have some advice or feedback?  Just want to say "Hi"?  You can email me at ghostlore.of.hawaii@gmail.com   Follow me on RePod! https://joinrepod.com/ghostloreofhawaii RePod is a new listening app that let's listeners share episodes or shows, find new podcasts in their favorite genre, and even tip your favorite hosts!  Best of all, it's the easiest way to chat directly with me!  Have a question about the pidgin or Hawaiian word used in an episode?  You can shoot me a message on RePod.  Think of it like a mix between Facebook, Patreon, GoodReads, and your favorite listening app!   Download for free on Apple iOS, Google Play Store, or your desktop by using the link:  https://joinrepod.com/ghostloreofhawaii     Share your favorite episode with your friends!  If they don't have any of the listening apps they can still listen for free!  No downloading required! Listen for free:  www.ghostloreofhawaii.com   Special shoutout to a few big IG accounts who've been supportive during the launch.  Mahalos to you all, it means so much.  Check them out for all the action happening in Hawaii: @sandybeachsurfreport - Sick surfing videos and pictures as well as up-to-date surf reports happening at Sandys.   @ihungryhungryhawaiian, @hhhviral, @hhhnewz, @hhhworldwide, etc. - The OG "Worldstar of Hawaii."  Relevant news, events, and action happening in Hawaii. @mykailua - Community based account for Kailua, Oahu, but also relevant Hawaii videos and memes.     To all the other accounts who've helped grow this podcast, I appreciate you!  I wish I could include everyone who's played a part but then this section would be a novel.  I cannot thank you all enough, especially all the listeners who've left feedback and reviews.  You mean the world to me!   Show notes* Cremation rates in Japan: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cremation_in_Japan Japanese Cremation/Kotsuage https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_funeral#Cremation Nightmarchers https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nightmarchers Whistling at Night Folklore: http://folklore.usc.edu/whistling-at-night-in-japanese-culture/ Judo https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judo   Names and locations may be slightly altered for privacy sake, but the backbone of the story will remain the same.   

Monday Jul 12, 2021

Note:  For best listener experience, headphones are suggested but not required. The Kona Lagoon Hotel, located in Keauhou Bay on the Big Island of Hawaii, is infamous to locals for being built on cursed land.  The hotel mysteriously closed it's doors just four short years after opening.  Find out the bloody history behind this stretch of beachfront property, and hear a terrifying experience that happened to an acquaintance of mine, that changed his life forever.   The Ghostlore of Hawaii Patreon is now live!   Click the link below to become a Patron and gain access to additional bonus, full-length and mini-episodes only available on Patreon! Head to:  www.patreon.com/ghostloreofhawaii   If you enjoy Ghostlore of Hawaii:  Paranormal Paradise, please leave a rating and review on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.  It really helps new listeners find the show and makes a huge impact for independently produced podcasts like this one.     Rate on Spotify:  https://open.spotify.com/show/01N7z0FpM4q9GM2mMWSQOc?si=bc00c747a1aa4fda   Rate and review on Apple Podcasts:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ghostlore-of-hawaii-paranormal-paradise/id1576129885   Merchandise is available!  Every purchase goes straight into creating more content for the podcast.   https://ghostlore-of-HI.redbubble.com/   Do you have a paranormal story or topic you'd like to hear on the podcast?  Have some advice or feedback?  Just want to say "Hi"?  You can email me at ghostlore.of.hawaii@gmail.com   Follow me on RePod! https://joinrepod.com/ghostloreofhawaii RePod is a new listening app that let's listeners share episodes or shows, find new podcasts in their favorite genre, and even tip your favorite hosts!  Best of all, it's the easiest way to chat directly with me!  Have a question about the pidgin or Hawaiian word used in an episode?  You can shoot me a message on RePod.  Think of it like a mix between Facebook, Patreon, GoodReads, and your favorite listening app!   Download for free on Apple iOS, Google Play Store, or your desktop by using the link:  https://joinrepod.com/ghostloreofhawaii   Share your favorite episode with your friends!  If they don't have any of the listening apps they can still listen for free!  No downloading required! Listen for free:  www.ghostloreofhawaii.com   I want to make a special shout out to a few podcast creators who've been super supportive during the launch of this show.  The Scare You to Sleep podcast hosted by Shelby Scott was a huge influence in pushing me into finally creating this show.  If you haven't already heard of her podcast, it's full of horror stories that come alive with her blend of sound effects and music. The NoSleep Podcast was the podcast that introduced me to horror podcasts when they started back in 2011.  To me, they're like the "Godfather" of horror podcasts.   I also want to shout out a new podcast, Morbid Forest.  Check out their dark humorous show out now!    Show notes* Timeline for Japan's price bubble bursting causing historical economic decline: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_asset_price_bubble Ancient remains protected by law: https://dlnr.hawaii.gov/shpd/about/branches/ibc/hawaiian-burials/ I've heard stories of this stretch of Keauhou being "cursed" or "haunted" all throughout my life.  The abandoned hotel itself, was a popular destination for high schoolers to sneak into in hopes of experiencing something paranormal (or to party).  I learned the history of the heiaus located onsite from Hawaiian history classes in high school, but the following site summarizes it perfectly: https://www.kahunaresearchgroup.org/case-log/the-story-of-the-kona-lagoon-haunted-heiaus  Information regarding the battle of Hōkūʻula between Lonoikamakahiki, King of Hawaii Island, and Kamalālāwalu, the King of Maui: http://imagesofoldhawaii.com/the-battle-of-hoku%CA%BBula/   *Although my goal is to be as accurate as possible in my historical facts, I hope to entertain first and foremost, then educate.  In other words, I cannot guarantee the historical facts are 100% true, but I aim for them to be.   Some names and locations may be altered slightly for privacy sake, but the backbone of the story will remain.  

Friday Jul 09, 2021

Aloha!  Come join me, Uncle Jared, as I cover spooky tales of the paranormal on my new podcast, Ghostlore of Hawaii:  Paranormal Paradise.  Most visitors don't know about Hawaii's haunted history.  Want to learn about the haunted hotels and the restless spirits that still roam the halls?  Or why whistling at night attracts spirits of the dead...  I want to share these chilling stories while also educating about the Hawaii most visitors don't get to experience.   The Ghostlore of Hawaii Patreon is now live!   Click the link below to become a Patron and gain access to additional bonus, full-length and mini-episodes only available on Patreon! Head to:  www.patreon.com/ghostloreofhawaii   If you enjoy Ghostlore of Hawaii:  Paranormal Paradise, please leave a rating and review on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.  It really helps new listeners find the show and makes a huge impact for independently produced podcasts like this one.     Rate on Spotify:  https://open.spotify.com/show/01N7z0FpM4q9GM2mMWSQOc?si=bc00c747a1aa4fda   Rate and review on Apple Podcasts:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ghostlore-of-hawaii-paranormal-paradise/id1576129885   Merchandise is available!  Every purchase goes straight into creating more content for the podcast.   https://ghostlore-of-HI.redbubble.com/   Do you have a paranormal story or topic you'd like to hear on the podcast?  Have some advice or feedback?  Just want to say "Hi"?  You can email me at ghostlore.of.hawaii@gmail.com   Follow me on RePod! https://joinrepod.com/ghostloreofhawaii RePod is a new listening app that let's listeners share episodes or shows, find new podcasts in their favorite genre, and even tip your favorite hosts!  Best of all, it's the easiest way to chat directly with me!  Have a question about the pidgin or Hawaiian word used in an episode?  You can shoot me a message on RePod.  Think of it like a mix between Facebook, Patreon, GoodReads, and your favorite listening app!   Download for free on Apple iOS, Google Play Store, or your desktop by using the link:  https://joinrepod.com/ghostloreofhawaii   Share your favorite episode with your friends!  If they don't have any of the listening apps they can still listen for free!  No downloading required! Listen for free:  www.ghostloreofhawaii.com  

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