The Hawaiian Islands are a place of deeply-rooted cultural beliefs and traditions -- Legends of Hawaii investigates the strange and mysterious happenings on these spiritually-rich islands.
Gabe Delaragon, a paranormal investigator, is interviewed about the Inugami, a ferocious dog creature that terrorizes hikers on a walking trail.
Manu Josiah, a local musician, bites into leaves by the Kilauea Caverns of Fire.
A picturesque Hawaiian beach.
Actors re-enact the appearance of the Nightmarchers -- ghosts of ancient Hawaiian warriors, said to march forth from their burial sites out to past battles.
A shot of the Hawaiian landscape.
Wayne Takabayashi, a paranormal investigator, discusses his plans for the investigation of the Inugami.
Lopaka Kapanui, a ghost tour guide, is haunted by the Nightmarchers.
Associate Producer Christina Reynolds dresses as Pele, the Hawaiian goddess of fire, for a re-enactment.
A shot of Hawaii's Plantation Village, an outdoor museum of historical homes and gardens in Waipahu.
The Plantation Village tells the story of life on Hawaii’s sugar plantations, which existed from 1850 to 1950.
Lopaka Kapanui stares out at the water.
Poka'I Bay and Beach Park offers safe, calm swimming and a spacious park. The nearby Ku'ilioa heiau (sacred temple) was used by ancient Hawaiians to navigate to Fiji.
Joe Punohu, a tour guide with Oahu Ghost Tours, investigates the Inugami in the darkness.