In past journal entries, I have alluded to someday sharing my ghost or unexplainable experiences. For many years, I have avoided it. I finally decided to share a few of my experiences. I am too nervous to share the more intense or scarier stories. I remember how ghost story writer Glen Grant said how U.S. Senator Spark M. Matsunaga had hoped to share his ghost stories with him but never had the opportunity because he had passed away before he had a chance. I tell a lot about my life now as far as my politics, philosophy, and personal life just in case I don’t have a chance to put it into formal writing. With Halloween, this fits right in.
I don’t have much unusual experiences as a child. I don’t remember this, but my mom did say that when I was really young, I told her there was a man in my room. When she asked me where, I would point and she would tell me that she didn’t see anything. My sister who is two and a half years younger would say the same thing later as well.
When I was young, I would hear whispering in my mom and dad’s bathroom. I told my mom but she said it was probably because I needed to clean my ears.
I would not have anymore experiences until 1997. At this time, I was a student at the University of Hawaii at Manoa majoring in political science and a student government leader as Vice President of the Associated Students of the University of Hawaii or ASUH. It was during this time that I experienced many unusual things and met a number of people who shared their supernatural gifts with me.
To be continued…