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Employees here have experienced some strange incidents. One woman felt something unseen playing with her hair, and others have heard the sounds of invisible children laughing and running in the halls.

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    379 Kamehameha Hwy
    Pearl City, HI 96782
    United States

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    21.3878892, -157.9561981
    Honolulu County, Hawaii
    Nearest Towns:
    Pearl City, HI (1.3 mi.)
    Waimalu, HI (1.4 mi.)
    'Aiea, HI (1.5 mi.)
    Halawa, HI (2.3 mi.)
    Halawa Heights, HI (2.8 mi.)
    Waipahu, HI (3.4 mi.)
    Hickam Housing, HI (3.5 mi.)
    Waipi'o, HI (3.5 mi.)
    Iroquois Point, HI (4.5 mi.)
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    1. What about Kaiser Moanalua hospital? Anybody experienced any paranormal activity in there? I saw a local Japanese guy in shorts walk into the 4th floor mens restroom b4 me, by the main elevators,I followed about 10-15 secs later and restroom was empty…first time I ever experienced something like that.

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