Obake: Ghost Stories in Hawai'i showcases supernatural tales collected from islanders of all backgrounds that first appeared in 1983 in the Hawai'i Herald. They are presented here for the first time in a single volume, accompanied by the original haunting illustrations by artist Ross Yamanaka. Those who do not care to believe in ghosts, or the hereafter, will glimpse into the dark realm of mystery.
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The late Glen Grant was well-known in the islands as a storyteller, folklorist, historian and author. For nearly twenty-five years he collected ghost stories which he shared in public talks, community programs, ghost tours and theater programs. In 1989 he was the recipient of the Tusitala Award by the Storytelling Association of Hawai'i. His occult writings also include: Honolulu Mysteries, The Secret Obake Casebook: Tales from the Dark Side of the Cabinet and Obake Files: Ghostly Encounters in Supernatural Hawai'i.
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