This is my first time writing my own experience about the unexplained (ghosts?), so please bear with my grammatical errors, if there are any.
It was June 2016 when I started going to an English communications training in Leyte. The company's training site was a rented space within a known university in Tacloban.
During our first few weeks, I already felt weird inside the training facility even when I was just passing by the hallway to our training room. It felt like someone's watching on the empty rooms as I pass by. But I was just able to ignore it since our shift at that time was during the day (from 6 AM - 3 PM).
I can no longer remember what week it was when we went to training at night. Then there was this one night when I brought my friend's guitar with me to our training since we just had a gig. I think our 1-hour break was at 2 AM. After I and my co-trainees ate (we had this little pot luck), I played "I'll Be" on the guitar. We were all singing since everybody knows the song.
We were already on the song's bridge part when suddenly, the lights on the lobby (where we are) started flickering. At first, we thought one of our co-trainees was just playing the switch near him (that guy was on the sink washing his food container, and was the "comedian" of the team) but when he pressed the switch, it lighted the area he's at. One of the guys went to the entrance to check if the switches located there was for the lobby's, it was, and no one was there when it started flickering.
After that confirmation, that's when we felt a sudden rush of breeze (like someone running just passed by us). We glanced at each other and have this weird and scared look on our faces.
Our trainer already had a pale face and was already asking us to stop the jam and was saying "maybe they are irritated by the noise". When we stopped our jam, the flickering also stopped. That's when one of our ATEs (older sisters) said she saw a child's shadow running to our training room.
What or who could those be? Is it possible that they didn't like our singing?:D
But anyhow, it was a really weird experience. After that eventful night, we tried not to talk about it and respect the silence of the evening.