Out in Kipahulu there is a church named Pala Pala. There also is a cemetery there that has graves and one of those graves happens to be Charles Lindbergh's.
I am a 51-year-old Hawaiian man, seventh generation Kipahulu Hawaiian, one of 20 Hawaiian chiefs from the East Coast of Maui.
Since the early 1980s, I have seen many foreigners come and go to visit Lindbergh's grave. When they visit they also go to other Hawaiian graves and disturb them.
Please, if you ever come to visit Kipahulu, our roads are one-lane roads so go slow.
Respect the land and the people and please respect our ancestors' resting places. This is our sacred ground, please respect it.
Mack K. Kalalau III