Aloha kakou my name is Kukea Naber and I was born and raised beneath the majestic mountainous terrains of Koolaupoko on the island of O'ahu. I am a graduate of Ke Kula `o Samuel M. Kamakau Charter School and a recent graduate of the University of Phoenix. I am fluent in the Hawaiian language and was intimately brought up in the Hawaiian culture. After receiving my Bachelors of Science in Business Administration, I plan to advance my career in entrepreneurship.
While serving in the Army Reserves, I also worked as a tour guide with Oahu Ghost Tours for two years and have recently rejoined Oahu Ghost Tours after graduating from college. I grew up listening to unique and bone chilling Hawaiian tales of spirits from family members and friends which later fueled my desire to share these extraordinary ghost stories with you.
Kukea is an original member of our team from the beginning.
Braddah Stevie Brown or "Stevie-B" as friends call him, grew up mostly in a place known as Anianiku. Situated at the ewa base of Puowaina Crater; known today as Punchbowl because of its crater rim shape, Anianiku is an area rooted in Hawaiian myth and legend and also the reason why Stevie was set on the path of Hawaiian mysticism. Early in his youth an encounter with the renowned "Night Marchers" of Punchbowl left an indelible mark that would open the door to his spirituality. In fact one of Stevie's ghostly encounters was written about in one of the late Glen Grant's books.
Today, as a singer and songwriter,
Stevie plays music for visitors and locals at various hot spots mostly
on the island of Oahu with his partner Jon Osorio. He has
played with such notable artists as Cecilio and Kapono, Dennis Pavao of Hui Ohana, Teresa Bright and kumu hula Frank Hewitt.
Having travelled all over the world because of his music, there have been numerous encounters with the supernatural across many diverse cultures and religions. Come and share in his experiences with the paranormal that is sure to be insightful and revealing.
Uncle Joe Espinda Jr. is from a little town in south O'ahu called Waimanalo. Uncle Joe is a product of a proud family of Hawaiians. Uncle Joe's family has roots back when Hawaii was still a monarchy, and he's proud of that fact. He's also very in tune to Oahu's spiritual and supernatural side, and has had many experiences himself.
Joe who is multi-talented is also an accomplished musician. Uncle Joe is session keyboard player backing up Hawaii greats like Butch Helemano and former keyboard player and vocalist with one of Hawaii's leading music groups, Kawao. Some of Joe's local and national musical influences include Natural Vibes, BET, Elton John, Eagles, Stevie Wonder, Butch Helemano, and Braddah Waltah.