Yes, storys abound about the sugar cane fields west of Pearl, near the Ewa Mooring Mast Field...
One unique sad action dominates is that Sgt William Edward Lutschan, Jr, was summarily executed by his fellow Marines in those cane fields because he had a German sounding name.
In their defense, te fellow Marines suggested he burnt some of the cane in the shape of an arrow "toward" Pearl Harbor, or even that Lutschan fired on his own. This "claim" was quickly refuted, but the tales continue to crop forth to suggest that OTHERS fired on the Marines which caused his death.
Lutschan is buried at the Golden Gate Cemetery, San Bruno, California.