posted on Aug, 7 2012 @ 03:13 PM
reply to post by MountainLaurel
No worries, I am not the spell police. Yeah, there is nothing like the islands. I am not Hawaiian, but inside my heart I am. When I left, I looked
back at the island of Kauai through the plane's window from thousands of feet up and I cried because I love that place so much and I didn't want to
The road to Hana? Yeah, I drove it too when I was younger back in 1996. Course I wasn't alone. My girlfriend and I took a trip to Maui together. You
sure are brave driving that road alone, it's very dangerous. Twice as dangerous when it rains. You are aware that many people believe that the road to
Hana is plagued with evil spirits?
Well, After driving it myself, I believe it is. During the entire drive my girlfriend and I fought like we never had done before. On the rest of the
island we got along fine. It seemed like when we got on that road, there was a negative energy, mixed with anxiety. I can't explain it. Now I am not
one who believes in ghosts, but I felt it.
What was spooky was later learning that locals believe evil spirits lurk there and harass tourists. Then I read in a book, I believe it's called
'Horror in Paradise", a collection of short stories about incidents on the Islands, that The Road to Hana has an evil presence. I believe I still have
it in a box of old books in my garage. Anyway, Beautiful place, but that was my experience on The Road to Hana.
I never felt anything negative on the Island of Kauai though, and I went everywhere on that Island. I flew across the entire island on a heli-Tour. I
seen the most beautiful places on Earth. Truly the land of the gods. I also got to go horseback riding in the deep Kauai wilderness where we had lunch
and went swimming under a waterfall. Well, now you understand why a grown Man was reduced to tears when he had to say goodbye and leave such a
wonderful place. ~$heopleNation
edit on 7-8-2012 by SheopleNation because: TypO