The newest chapter in the mystery of the Lā‘ie Lady unfolds at this year’s Haunted Lagoon experience at the Polynesian Cultural Center: Haunted Lagoon: Dreams and Nightmares. Beginning October 5, brave adventurers are welcome to board canoes for a journey through the Lā‘ie Lady’s mind, witnessing her fanciful dreams and nightmarish visions.

This year’s experience revolves around the story of the Lā‘ie Lady, once known as the beautiful Nalani, who fell into insanity following the tragic loss of her husband and son. Today, she is often seen at night wandering the banks of the PCC’s lagoon as her fragmented mind wrestles between dreams and nightmares as she battles with her troubled past.

To experience this year’s Haunted Lagoon, voyagers are strongly advised to act quickly and book tickets in advance, as seats are limited and often sell out. General tickets are $19.50 per adult and $14.50 for children. Kama‘āina Annual Pass holders may ride free on weekdays and for a discounted rate on Saturdays. Guests can also purchase tickets to a Fast Pass line for a shorter wait. Available from Oct. 5 to Oct. 13, students can take advantage of the Student Special, which is $5 off a ticket when they show a valid student ID. The PCC also offers milder “keiki canoes” from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. for family members of all ages.

For more information, ticket availability or reservations, visit www.HauntedLagoon.com or call the PCC ticket office toll-free at (800) 367-7060. On O‘ahu, call (808) 293-3333.

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