Unexplained paranormal activity at HPD's downtown location
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -
Honolulu's Police Department's downtown location gives some officers an eerie feeling late at night.
A new video posted online by HPD shows one officer describing one night where she heard a voice calling out from an open cell.
She said she was doing routine cell block checks, and just kept hearing a male voice yell, "officer, officer."
When she went to go look, all the cells were empty.
About ten years ago in the same area, Officer Benjamin Lloyd says he was working late and found a man lying down in a jail cell, but the door was open.
Lloyd said he locked it and went to go get his boss, but when they came back, the locked cell was empty.
"I know what I saw and I know I wasn't dreaming," Lloyd said. "Most of the officers will tell you they don't believe in ghosts. But most of them will admit to you they had an uneasy feeling, walking the halls, especially at night."
Some officers believe the reason for these unexplained events is because this particular location was built near a cemetery, and there have been several accounts of paranormal activity since the doors opened.