Wednesday, October 27, 2010

HAUNTED HAWAII

Looking for something FREE and exciting to do with the entire family this Halloween? Spooky Kine recommends you visit our collegues at:www.hauntedhawaii.netfor the largest online collection of Hawaiian ghost stories shared by local people like you and me!


Thursday, October 14, 2010

Spookylau 2010

S.K.I. and the Hawai'i State Library invites you to join us on October 30th @ 11:30 am at the Hawai'i State Library, Hawai'i and the Pacfic Dept. 478 S. King St. Honolulu, HI, for Spookylau 2010!


Meet the team from Spooky Kine Investigations as they provide an inside look at professional paranormal investigations here in our islands. Watch and listen as the team shares video, audio, and photographic evidence, and talks about their personal experiences with the supernatural, with a special guest appearance by colleague Obake Hunter. Spookylau guests in attendance that day will also be the first to preview the all new PARANORMAL HAWAI'I series. We hope to see you all there!


For more information on PARANORMAL HAWAI'I please visit www.paranormalhawaii.com.

Saturday, October 9, 2010

Photo Gallery







SHARED BY: Anonymous
TAKEN ON: February 2010 @ 7:00 - 7:30 am
LOCATION: Saddle City Road, Waimanalo, HI
NOTES: This picture was taken on Saddle City Road in Waimanalo between 7:00 - 730 am. The truck driver had stopped and gotten out to take this picture to show his boss that the truck barely cleared the width of the bridge.
It wasn't until he got home and downloaded this picture from his cell phone that he saw what appeared to be a woman in white standing below the bridge. The driver states that he is certain nobody was around this bridge at the time he took this picture. He has also stated that since noticing the anomaly, he has been having a difficult time sleeping.

INVESTIGATOR NOTES

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

As a sleepy, quiet September ends, what chilling October horrors await us just around the bend?


Spooky Kine Investigations would like to thank our Facebook ohana for making our first year a memorable one. We'd also like to thank our colleagues in the paranormal field throughout the state of Hawaii for the friendships, conversations and adventures we're shared. We look forward to meeting and working with more of you this coming year.

As S.K.I. enters into year two, we remain firmly committed to our mission of helping people, raising spiritual awareness in our islands and giving back to our community. And all the while having ourselves a little fun too. STAY SPOOKY HAWAII!