Hawai‘i’s Best Spooky Tales
In Hawai‘i’s Best Spooky Tales, Rick Carroll presents an all-new second collection of true, inexplicable encounters in Hawai‘i: childhood experiences, family stories spanning generations, ghostly encounters in urban Honolulu and on the neighbor islands, chilling sights on volcanic peaks and ocean shores. These are the stories of old and new Hawai‘i told by many people in many voices from many points of view. The result is a book rich in texture and complex in spirit, like Hawai‘i itself.
An added feature is The Guide to Spooky Places, featuring heiau (temples), monuments and memorials, petroglyph fields, and natural phenomena imbued with the special power and mystery found only in Hawai‘i.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Rick Carroll is the creator of the bestselling Hawaii's Best Spooky Tales series, collections of true, first-person stories of mysterious encounters in the Hawaiian Islands today. Carroll began collecting oral stories in Hawaii two decades ago; he has brought more than 150 new local authors to print in his Spooky Tales books. Rick is a former daily journalist for the San Francisco Chronicle and author of Hawai‘i: True Stories of the Island Spirit and IZ: Voice of the People.