Regal Cinemas Dole Cannery Stadium

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Visit Theater 14 in this complex and you may see a ghostly theater patron who favors a corner seat. In the restroom, some have heard the young victims of a nearby school bus crash. Why all the drama? The place was built over the site of an old heiau, a Hawaiian temple where human sacrifices where performed.

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Geographic Information

Address:
735 Iwilei Rd
Honolulu, HI 96817
United States

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GPS:
21.315828, -157.87054999999998
County:
Honolulu County, Hawaii
Nearest Towns:
Honolulu, HI (1.0 mi.)
Halawa Heights, HI (5.1 mi.)
Halawa, HI (5.5 mi.)
Hickam Housing, HI (5.9 mi.)
'Aiea, HI (6.1 mi.)
Iroquois Point, HI (7.1 mi.)
Maunawili, HI (7.5 mi.)
Waimalu, HI (7.7 mi.)
Kane'ohe, HI (7.9 mi.)
Pearl City, HI (8.7 mi.)

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