I was stationed in Guam from July 2007-July 2010 by the U.S. Air Force. Guam has a very strong affiliation with the paranormal and I will share a couple of experiences I had while living there.
One summer night, it was very windy and I was walking my dog, Mr. Weiner (whom we rescued from a DOG Shelter on Guam) around the base housing neighborhood. For some reason we headed straight toward a toatoamona tree at the edge of a neighbor's yard. I had heard many stories about bad reactions/experiences with this type of spirit tree. Some people would say that if you stepped on the roots of this tree you had to say sorry or you could get really sick, a bad scratch or bad luck from not giving this tree proper respect.
As Mr Weiners and I went towards the tree, I immediately felt cold air all around me and a shock, as Mr Weiner was urinating on the tree. Mr Weiner immediately started dragging me back to our house! His tail was between his legs and his hair was standing up! I was surprised by his reaction but I noticed a wind swirl of leaves was heading toward us and Mr Weiner really took off and whimpered at me to get a move on and out of there. Mr Weiner only weighs 15 pounds and he was dragging me easily at 5'9,185 pounds! We got back to our house and Mr Weiners had calmed down quite a bit.
I went to bed that night and before I went to sleep I felt a weight on my chest and for 15-20 seconds I couldn't breathe. I tried to sit up and after I moved a little bit the weight on my chest stopped and I found I could breathe again! I was spooked and very afraid and I immediately looked around my house and something didn't feel quite right, I felt like I was being watched. I decided to pray before I went back into my bedroom and I held my wife's hand and I felt safe.
See, my wife at that time, didn't believe in ghost/hauntings, even though she loves scary movies! Go figure Huh? But after living on Guam for 3 years she relented her beliefs and at least could say, something scary happened but we don't know why/what. Please only write to me serious replies, no funny stuff okay? Thanks for reading my story.