Here lies an old foundation of a former house, believed to have been haunted. Local tales tell of a housewife who once drowned here while trying to save her child. Her spirit is said to still search for her child, who can be heard crying or pitter-pattering along the ground. Popular ghost legend says that if a visitor resembles the child who died, the mother ghost may try to take them to replace her lost child.
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- 226 Kamehameha Highway
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- 21.62948568174588, -157.9204463660608
- Honolulu County, Hawaii
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