> I do, I've actually had a weird experience years ago.
> When I was in the military, I was stationed on the island of Oahu, one of the Hawaiian
> islands. We went to do a month-long training exercise on the Big Island, the main
> island of Hawaii. We used to switch out on keeping watch on the camp, and one night
> I had to stand watch. I can't recall what time it happened, but it was in the early
> hours of the morning. I was just standing there in the darkness and all of a sudden
> I saw a light down a road that leads into the base. This road was outside the camp,
> nobody was outside the camp, and there is literally no civilization near the camp
> (only burial grounds).So I started to look at this light, it had am amber color,
> looked like it was about shoulder height, and had a left-to-right rocking motion
> to it, I started thinking to myself it looked like someone with a damn lantern. Since
> this was a "real life" training exercise, I had my weapon with me, which had a PEQ-16
> on one of the rails, which is basically a flashlight/laser/IR laser combo. The flashlight
> on that thing was insane, so I shined it and lit everything up, even down the distance.
> Nothing was there. Turned the flashlight off, the light was gone.
> After that, I started to do some research on the area, being as I was bored out of
> my mine when we weren't training or standing watch. The training area we were at
> was the Pohakuloa training area. I mapped out the area and found out that the road
> I saw this light on was called Saddle Road. I started doing research on that road,
> and came across an article that said the road was used to transport goods by foot.
> There was a picture in the article and it literally left me speechless. It was a
> picture of a Hawaiian native with a lantern.
That is spooky, but it is known that our brain will literally start hallucinating when lacking sleep. It could have been that.