Haunted Hawaiʻi: An Encounter with Menehune

In this episode, master storyteller Lopaka Kapanui talks about an East Oʻahu home frequented by the legendary race of small people.
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Most of have heard of Menehune—but never seen one.

Menehune are a legendary race of small people—typically no taller than 3 feet—who work at night, building fish ponds, roads and temples in the Islands. They are known to be kohole (mischievous), too. (Read more about Menehune here.)

In this episode of “Haunted Hawaiʻi,” master storyteller Lopaka Kapanui talks about his encounter with Menehune in a home in East Honolulu.

Find out what happens!


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