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The Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor’s Hangar 37 is a museum while Hangar 79 stands battle ready. Both are rumored to be haunted. Among the odd occurrences are footsteps, unexplained music, men’s voices at night, and a mannequin that moves by itself. The site has been featured on an episode of TV’s Ghost Hunters.

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    319 Lexington Blvd
    Honolulu, HI 96818
    United States

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    21.3596877, -157.96141950000003
    Honolulu County, Hawaii
    Nearest Towns:
    Hickam Housing, HI (1.5 mi.)
    'Aiea, HI (2.4 mi.)
    Iroquois Point, HI (2.5 mi.)
    Pearl City, HI (2.7 mi.)
    Halawa, HI (2.9 mi.)
    Waimalu, HI (3.3 mi.)
    Halawa Heights, HI (3.3 mi.)
    Waipahu, HI (3.6 mi.)
    'Ewa Beach, HI (4.2 mi.)
    'Ewa Gentry, HI (4.6 mi.)

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    1. I am just sick and tired of people talking about cemeteries being haunted, houses being haunted, schools and many different places being haunted. Let tell you the real actual truth, ghosts are not real!! Arlington National Cemetery, which is a very large military cemetery was not actually haunted at all and especial until today. If it was, then people would never want to go back there. All I’ve heard about was aircraft carriers and military bases being haunted by ghosts.

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