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Island Haunting/Ghosts of Maui 

John Zaffis and his team of investigators travel to the island of Puerto Rico, where restless spirits and the paranormal appear to be thriving.



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Episode credited cast:
Jesslyn Brown ...
Jason J. Gates ...
Aime'e Zaffis ...
Chris Zaffis ...
John Zaffis ...


On this episode of Haunted Collector, John Zaffis and the team fly to the Hawaiian Islands for two separate investigations. First, the team hits Lanai in response to a call from Steve Bumbar, president of real estate giant Castle & Cooke. Bumbar and other Castle employees complain of unsettled spirits at their corporate event space on the sparsely populated island. Next, the team ferries over to Maui to investigate reports of a disruptive ghost at the historic IAO Theater. Written by Anonymous

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insulting to local ghost culture
14 February 2013 | by See all my reviews

The episode dealing with Iao Theater is, quite frankly, pure BS. As someone whose lived here for four decades and who first went to Iao Theater in 1970, I've never heard about it being haunted. In fact, just about every real local person will say the same. The story seems borrowed from Hawai'i Theater ghost stories (which in turn are variations of the old Roosevelt Theater ghosts). Others have debunked the film (wrong type/should disintegrated) and the overall credibility of the Haunted Collector staff. It's a small island and word gets around, ranging from local historians who refused to participate because the show wanted them to read a script full of made-up "facts" to the actual identity of the woman in the film (supposedly someone who has only lived here a few years). Between the heavy editing, bad geography, and manufactured history, along with the absence of real locals, you can see why I think it's a complete fabrication. Not tuning into this show again.

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