Dole Plantation

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There are various reports from the former plantation house about the apparitions of two workers who committed suicide on the property. The first is that of a servant woman, who has been known to move objects around and has been seen in the hallways. The second is a shadowy apparition that has been seen hanging from a tree in front of the plantation house… which is now a museum.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Address:
64-1550 Kamehameha Hwy
Wahiawa, Hawaii
United States

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GPS:
21.5258514, -158.0377914
County:
Honolulu County, Hawaii
Nearest Towns:
Whitmore Village, HI (1.3 mi.)
Wahiawa, HI (2.0 mi.)
Schofield Barracks, HI (2.7 mi.)
Wheeler Air Force Base, HI (3.5 mi.)
Waipi'o Acres, HI (4.5 mi.)
Mililani Town, HI (5.7 mi.)
Hale'iwa, HI (6.4 mi.)
Waialua, HI (6.6 mi.)
Waipi'o, HI (7.8 mi.)
Mokuleia, HI (8.4 mi.)

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