America’s busiest airport is reportedly home to a ghost that suffocates sleeping passengers and another that enjoys untangling toilet paper in bathrooms.
Hawaiian legend has it that a blonde lady in a white dress stands at the gate of Honolulu airport, peering down the runway.
Locals call her “the lady-in-waiting,” according to HauntedPlaces.org.
The lady reportedly sometimes shows up in safe areas where most people aren’t allowed to go.
Some have reported seeing her wandering the hallways and wreaking havoc in airport restrooms, flushing unoccupied toilets or untangling toilet paper.
According to Hawaiian legend, the woman fell in love with a man who promised to marry her.
The man of her affections left on an international flight and never returned, so she killed herself, and yet she is still awaiting his return, according to local folklore.
She’s apparently not the only ghost who calls the Honolulu airport home.
There are stories of people feeling like someone is sitting on their chest, causing them to suffocate.
The being that causes this is known as the Suffocating Spirit.
Also, passengers have reported seeing a ghost on the Wiki Wiki shuttle.
He reportedly appears in the back of the shuttle late at night to scare sleepy passengers.
Aside from the Honolulu Airport, Hawaii is known for having numerous haunted stories.
Places like the Oahu Community Correctional Facility, the Botanical Garden, and the Nu’uanu Pali Highway are notorious for ghost stories.
Hickam Air Force Base and Pearl Harbor are also known for being haunted after the 1941 Japanese attack.
Locals say they saw apparitions of soldiers on the dock of the sunken ship.
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