Glen Grant: Obake Ghost Stories of Hawaii

Hawaiian ones this book is a must read My brother kept the copy of this book so I bought another copy through Makes for great campfire spooky stories I don t usually review books but I do have to say this book was enjoyable It is dated and there is a ot of orientalism in this book which is uncomfortable and there were a handful of religious Japanese terms that were incorrectly used and or spelled but again this book is dated Aside from that I enjoyed the stories Grant had a talent for telling stories that were believable I myself am a collector of Y kai stories and wandering old abandoned places in search of stories in Japan so this book really refueled my The Majors Daughter love of that It was interesting to see how much of a Japanese influence is in the storiesSo overall while dated this book is definitely worth the read if you have aove for ghost stories A nice ittle collection of ghost stories that I enjoyed reading. Ions by artist Ross Yamanaka Those who do not care to believe in ghosts or the hereafter will glimpse into the dark realm of myster.

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I m prejudice The author is my ate brother in The Touch law He grew up being able to tell a good story These stories were hisove They will make you think twice about what you re doing when you visit Hawaii Since I am from Hawaii I was glad to see these stories deeper in depth I am a great fan of Mr Grant and I miss his stories the man that took over for him and I guess you would say trained under him does a great job Good book to read during this Halloween season Creepy Good book tells story s of accient days hawaiians On His Majestys Service left behind them that was unsolved mysteries of there hidden past interesting story got me hooked The stories were kind of a novelty at first and easy to follow Something about theater stories made me ose interest It might have been that there were characters to keep track of or details than I cared about but I didn t make it all the way through because I just got bored That said it was good Obake Ghost Stories in Hawai'i showcases supernatural tales collected from islanders of all backgrounds that first appeared in 1983.

Or short reading sessions as each chapter gives you a different story Obake Ghost Stories of Hawaii by Glen Grant 2005 This book has both fascinated and terrified me for years I bought it for myself and never read past the 4th chapter until now Because it deals with paranormal stuff in Hawaii right where I ive it gave me nightmares I finally faced and conuered my fears and have had no The Essential Good Food Guide lasting Ill effects nor bad dreams Dr Grant is an amazing storyteller I ve had the pleasure of meeting him in person and have been on one of his hosted Ghost Tours He wrote very believable and evocative stories while maintaining respect for Hawaii s diverse cultures Read it if you dare It is hard to talk about obake stories without mentioning Glen Grant He was a prolific writer in Hawaii and I used to read this book as aittle girl It gave me chicken skin then and it still does now For the overs of ghost stories especially. In the Hawai'i Herald They are presented here for the first time in a single volume accompanied by the original haunting illustrat.