KRG received a call from a concerned resident on January 19 reporting what sounded to be multiple instances of paranormal activity, including a possible attack/possession of their friend Harry as well as seeing a ghost boy at the same location on two occasions.
Jane (all names changed to protect identities) reported a strange incident that occurred in a home in Wahiawa involving their friend making strange sounds and crying out as if being attacked or tortured while under some sort of paralysis.
Jane was happy to reach KRG and report what had happened to her and her friend, noticeably still shaken from the event despite it having happened more than a week prior to her contacting us.
Witness report to KRG:
Mahalo for getting back to me, I feel that I have come to the right place for my curious audio.
KRG has analyzed the audio file multiple times, with no final conclusions yet so for now the case is ongoing pending further investigation.
Upon our initial analysis, we clearly identified multiple voices in the audio file, including heavy breathing and obvious cries of agony coming from the victim at least twice, so the first thought in our minds was possible hoax since the audio seemed too good to be true, from a paranormal invesigator's perspective, but after listening to the audio multiple times, we really can't determine what is going on. It could very well be authentic audio of a possession or attack by spiritual forces.
We plan to visit the location on our next trip to Oahu to attempt to collect any further evidence of the paranormal. In the meantime, KRG has decided to release the Oahu Possession audio file to our Case Log with permission from our client so we could get some additional community feedback.
Previous reports of paranormal activity include reports of the Night Marchers, ancient Hawaiian ghost warriors, disrupting anyone who is in their path. Is this an authentic Night Marcher attack caught on audio, a hoax, or something more sinister like an authentic demonic possession?
Please listen with headphones and leave your comments below. We recommend sage-ing your space after listening if possible.
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.
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