The Secrets and Mysteries of Hawaii - The Paranormal Summary & Analysis

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The Paranormal Summary and Analysis

Pila recommends the visitors to the islands rent a car and drive around the islands. Avoid the tourist traps when you do this. Oahu and Maui are the two islands that tourists can circumnavigate and the trip will require one full day. Saddle Road is also a recommended journey. It is a trip into the mountains that is not allowed by most car rental companies since driving conditions are not good. There is also an off-limits Army base at the top and the area is the site of reputed UFO activity. One of the roads up the mountain leads to observatories where the world's largest reflective telescope is located.

Pila also talks about the Night Watches. These are lost and confused souls that wander around Saddle Road at night. Drums are sometimes heard at the nearby resorts and golf...

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