Mission Houses Museum Presents SPOOKILAU! on Saturday, Oct. 29 | Events
The following information is provided by Mission Houses Museum:
Dive into the world of the paranormal as real world ghost hunters, Spooky Kine Investigators, share their equipment, techniques, stories, and experiences at the Mission Houses Museum.
Spooky Kine Investigations is one of Hawai‘i’s premier ghost hunting & paranormal investigative groups whose goal it is to provide
understanding of the paranormal through the application of scientific and cultural techniques.
Visitors will enjoy local foods from Honolulu’s most popular lunch trucks and presentations on Cultural Influences on the Paranormal in Hawai‘i and The Science of Ghosts with Spooky Kine Investigators. Participate in two mini-investigations with actual ghost-hunting equipment inside Hawai‘i’s oldest house and nearby cemetery, and discuss Hawai‘i’s Supernatural with guest Joe Punohu.
Spookilau sponsored by the Mission Houses Museum from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday, October 29. Advance sale tickets $8 at www.missionhouses.org and $10 at the door. Parking at Kawaiaha‘o Plaza.
Mission Houses Museum, located in Honolulu’s Historic Capitol District, is known worldwide as the place where the Hawaiian written language was developed in collaboration with the ali‘i. The museum preserves the oldest and second oldest documented houses in Hawai‘i and the largest collection of Hawaiian language books in the world. For more information: www.missionhouses.org
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