The burial chamber of Hawaii's most famous ruler, King Kamehameha, who died in 1819, has never been located. Entombed with the body is a tremendous treasure of jewels, pearls, diamonds, and his elaborate warrior robes decorated with feathers from now-extinct birds. The feathers alone are priceless. Legend has it that the burial is in a cave in a rain forest.
Kaena Point Treasure
Legend has it that on the Island of Oahu, in 1823, a group of pirates buried 6 treasure chests at Kaena Point near some walls of fitted stone located at the top of a hill.