The bulk of the U.S. Pacific Fleet was anchored near the coast of Ford Island on the morning of Dec. 7, 1941. Don visits a hospital and bunker on Ford Island to see how the lives of dozens of men and women were saved in the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Koloa Sugar Mill
Don crawls through the rusting remains of this sugar mill on the Hawaiian island of Kauai.
Coco Palms Resort
On the island of Kauai, Don is invited to take a look inside the currently closed tropical getaway that practically invented the Hawaiian tourist experience.
Tetsuo Harano Tunnels
On the island of Oahu, Don uncovers how engineers were able to tunnel through the western face of a dormant volcano in order to construct a state-of-the-art highway tunnel system containing miles of service tunnels and a massive ventilation system.
Located on the shore of Kauai, this large vertical splash and eerie hissing noise is produced when the pounding surf comes in contact with a lava tube. Ancient Hawaiians believed it was the angry roar of a lizard goddess held captive by a fisherman.
Don visits the largest reservoir in Kauai as he traces the history of sugar production and irrigation on this Hawaiian island.