Ghosts and Spirits...
Even though haunting-type events can be a bit scary, bear in mind that approximately 90% of all hauntings can be explained by natural occurrences.
Even if your case is one of the few that involves genuine phenomena, don’t panic. Contrary to what you may have seen on TV, ghosts and spirits cannot harm you. View ghosts in the same manner you would view any other human being.
When a ghost or spirit shows up, there is usually a reason. Therefore, it helps to acknowledge the spirit by speaking out to him or her just as you would when a benevolent stranger shows up at your door. Firmly and directly let the spirit know that he or she is trespassing on your property without permission (this is a boundary violation). Do not become emotional nor show fear. Tell the spirit that you are not in a position to help and that you respectfully demand that he or she leaves your home immediately. You may need to repeat your demand if the activity does not subside. Again, vocalize your demands firmly, directly, and without fear or anger.
If the paranormal activity persists, you may need the help of qualified and professional paranormal investigators who can verify and resolve the activity. Click Here to locate a Certified Paranormal Investigator in your state in the Paranexus Directory. If they do not have a member in your area, you should be able to find a local group with an online search. If all else fails, contact us and we'll help find one for you.
It is also crucial that you use the Experiencer's Form attached to this post to document and record the details of your experience and submit them for scientific review. Try not to compare notes with any other witnesses if possible. Be diligent in recording any and all details of the event including what you were doing when the activity erupted and who witnessed it. In any case, do not be afraid.
As with other paranormal phenomena, the vast majority of UFO sightings can be explained by natural occurrences. Try to rule out stars, aircraft, freak cloud formations, promotional and advertising blimps, balloons, and other types of natural phenomena. For this reason, we have a web page for monitoring live air traffic. If it wasn't an aircraft, you can report it or check to see if anyone else reported in on the live UFO map.
If you have seen something truly strange, use the form attached to this post to document and record the details of your sighting. Be sure to record the direction the craft was going, the event duration, the time of day/night, the approximate angle in the sky, and the shape of the craft.
To estimate size, use common and known units of measurement, such as a football field (100 yards x 160 feet, or 91.4 meters x 48.8 meters). To estimate distance, use known landmark distances for comparison (if available). Understand that estimating distances and altitudes is very difficult (if not impossible) for anyone.
Try to sketch the shape of the craft as best you can while the sighting is still fresh in your mind. To the extent possible, do not discuss your sighting with any other witnesses before investigators have an opportunity to interview everyone. If you do not personally know other witnesses, try to get their contact info in the event investigators want to get their perspective.
Article: 10 Unexplained UFO Sightings from around Hawaii by Kahuna Research Group
Abduction experiences are, perhaps, the most difficult for an individual to bear—especially alone. If you believe you have had an abduction experience, we strongly encourage you to contact us immediately. Do not let fear of what others may think dissuade you from seeking help. Kahuna Research Group administration is experienced with abduction cases. You can rest assured that your case will be handled delicately and with the utmost privacy. Just in case you’re wondering, we are not connected to any government agency nor do we report to any government. We can help you better understand what is happening in an effort to reduce the confusion and to discover solutions. Most importantly, you will quickly find out that you are not alone!
You may contact us by Clicking Here. We will respond within 24 hours. We have the knowledge and experience to help you sort out the uncertainty and fear. In the meantime, please use the Experiencer's Form attached to this post to document anything you can remember about your experiences.
Download the file below and use Microsoft Word or a similar word processor program to fill in the blanks. You can submit your completed form right here in this article.
KRG: The following testimony involves heavy supernatural activity in Kailua Kona here on the Big Island and was submitted to us by a retired Private Investigator by the name of Sean S. on May 12, 2014. All Rights Reserved. ©
I'm a retired PI. I conducted investigations involving automobile accidents, both the physical and human aspects. One particular case occurred on Mamalahoa Highway on The Big Island of Hawai'i between Kailua-Kona and Waikoloa. A family of four was returning to Kona and was struck head on by a drunk driver. Three in the family and the offending driver expired at the scene. My investigation commenced the morning after the accident.
A few weeks ago, one of our members wrote an article for a travel magazine consisting of the 52 most supernatural places on the Big Island. We've been allowed to re-post the article in its entirety on our Case Log, with the list arranged in a slightly different order than the original, and including new photos and video.
Q: How many of these places have you heard about, or been brave enough to visit? Leave your comments below.
King Kamehameha Kona Beach Hotel – Local legend claims that the top floor of this hotel is haunted. People have reported hearing footsteps, chanting, and battle cries. Some even claim to see ancient Hawaiian warrior apparitions. The reason for this haunting seems lie in the fact that this area is where King Kamehameha lived out the end of his life. On the bottom floor of the hotel, in the gallery, there are a row of oil paintings, one being a rendering of Queen Liliuokalani. The unsmiling picture appears to breathe in and out while glaring; leading some to believe the painting itself is haunted.
Saddle Road – Saddle Road is known for its fair share of the supernatural. Similar to Oahu’s “Pork over the Pali” story, legend says if you carry pork over Saddle Road, now called Daniel K. Inouye Highway, your car may break down or you might experience something supernatural. Some people on the island think that if you see a young girl, especially if she is wearing a red dress, it is the spirit of Pele, the goddess of the volcano. People say they have seen a lone hitchhiker on Saddle Road. Legend says if you see her, you should always pick her up.
Hilo Memorial (“Crying Babies”, “Babies Cry”) – In an old hospital in Kaumana, Hilo, the hallways of an old burned down hospital sometimes resound with distant, surreal cries. Years ago, a fire scorched the hospital nursery and there were many victims. The shell of the old hospital building still stands, as do the restless souls of the poor victims who still haunt it to this day. Click here to read my investigation report from a previous visit to this location.
By Zach Royer
When KRG visited MacKenzie State Park in 2013, we had our fair share of paranormal activity take place: lights on our ion detector blinking in response to our yes or no questions, a few reasonable spikes on the Mel Meter and even a few phrases on the Spirit Box.
But the most substantial piece of evidence we collected had to be this sequence of three photos that I took of what appears to be an apparition forming right before the camera.
What we didn't record on film was our 30 minute conversation with a spirit named Louie, whom, according to our sensitive, died from poor conditions during the construction of the park. It's a well documented fact that prison laborers were used to build the park.
Our group revisited the park a couple months after our first initial visit, and spent the night. The park has really nice new campgrounds and new facilities, great for a weekend getaway, so our stay was actually quite pleasant.
A detailed account of the full investigation can be read here: http://www.kahunaresearchgroup.org/case-log/krg-investigates-mackenzie-state-park
Overnight Campout at MacKenzie State Park
If you would like to join us for an overnight "investigation slash camp out" at MacKenzie State Park, we're planning on taking groups once a month to the park for a night of history and mystery. Explore MacKenzie with real paranormal investigators! Who knows what we'll capture on film this time?!
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Submitted on August 3, 2014 by Deb
Type of Sighting: Ghost or apparition (adult)
"While on a very short walk with a few of my dogs it began to rain so I needed to turn back home. I was in the process of photographing some nearby sights to send to a friend on the mainland. After getting back home and viewing my pics I found a pic that I didn't even know I had taken with my iphone. In the pic is a man without feet. The man was NOT there in the road. It was only myself and my two dogs. When I blew the photograph up larger on the computer the detail was evident of a man in a former era. The clothing looks like a local worker-maybe a local that had worked in the sugar cane fields."
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