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The Legend of Morgan's Corner and Other Ghost Stories of Hawai'i

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Lopaka Kapanui once again offers a spine-tingling collection of ghost stories sure to prick your soul and give you "chicken skin". A close friend and associate of the late Glen Grant, Kapanui continues Grant's legacy of storytelling while creating his own strong style that reveals the haunting side of paradise.

This new selection of tales probes into the places and people

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Paperback, 92 pages
Published August 1st 2006 by Mutual Publishing (first published 2006)
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Lauri Saplad
Aug 27, 2015 Lauri Saplad rated it really liked it
Mr. Kapanui treats the Hawaiian paranormal with reverence and respect. As you read the stories, you almost feel as if you know the people personally and actually experienced the sightings and other things. He also speaks so highly of his mentor, Dr. Glen Grant. I have met Dr. Grant, who is now deceased, and took a ghost tour with him. He was the most genuine guy and an awesome storyteller! I'm happy that Mr. Kapanui is following his tradition.
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