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The only stone at a site with massive earth terraces, all under a thicket of hau. Chunks of branch coral lie in the stream below. The site matches McAllisterʻs 1933 description of Kahekili Heiau. However, members of the Koʻolaupoko Hawaiian Civic Club cite other cultural informants who located Kahekili near the H3 Freeway tunnel. A visit confirmed that a few chunks of coral were present there at that site.