about the Menehunes were commonly shared around Hawai’i into the last decades of the 20th
century. These reportedly small,
industrious folk are credited with impressive building projects, especially on
the island of Kaua’i.
HPR’s Noe Tanigawa visited Koke’e on Kaua’i to ask storyteller,
Frederick Bruce Wichman about these mysterious people. Here is part two of their conversation.
Bruce Wichman's collections of Kaua’i legends are
available through Bamboo Ridge or your favorite bookseller. He discusses other Menehune building projects and more of their
history in this extended interview: