Perhaps because the gulch was the site of a major historic battle, the area is said to be haunted by night marchers, who carry their torches from the mountains to the ocean. Also reported here have been unexplained lights moving on the mountainside and the sounds of ghostly spirits crying under the bridge.
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- Kipapa Gulch
Mililani, HI 96789
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- 21.459539103242278, -157.9940743444604
- Honolulu County, Hawaii
- Nearest Towns:
- Mililani Town, HI (0.8 mi.)
Waipi'o Acres, HI (1.3 mi.)
Wheeler Air Force Base, HI (2.9 mi.)
Waipi'o, HI (2.9 mi.)
Wahiawa, HI (3.4 mi.)
Whitmore Village, HI (4.2 mi.)
Pearl City, HI (4.5 mi.)
Village Park, HI (4.8 mi.)
Schofield Barracks, HI (4.9 mi.)
Royal Kunia, HI (5.0 mi.)
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