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Hawaii's Ghost Stories: The White Lady, Night Marchers, The Green Lady

Hawaii’s Ghost Stories: The White Lady, Night Marchers, The Green Lady:

The White Lady

Not to be confused the White Lady of medieval myth –
or the crème de menthe cocktail that was invented in 1919 – Hawaii’s
White Lady is an unnerving interpretation of the Goddess of Fire’s
omnipresence.

While Pele assumes myriad forms, she is perhaps
best known – and most feared – for taking on the shape of a woman with long
white hair, both elderly and young, and both disheveled and polished. Roaming
from island to island, rumor has it she has a proclivity for hitchhiking and
cigarettes, the latter of which she can light with a mere snap of her fingers.
Sometimes spotted with a small white dog, she’s been known to hop into the
bed of a pickup or the back of a car only to disappear at a stop or after a
bend in the road. Others have reported seeing her dancing in red at
the foot of volcanoes.
Believed to ask for favors to test the kindness of strangers, failing to pick
up the White Lady – or neglecting to treat with her aloha – results
in catastrophe and heartache. In other words, give the platinum blonde a ride,
offer her a smoke, and forget about carrying around a box of matches.

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Source: Equinox Paranormal

by cnkguy
Hawaii's Ghost Stories: The White Lady, Night Marchers, The Green Lady

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