Living so close to Senaga Island, this is something that I didn't even know. I thought it was just a protected site this whole time.Some background information: Senaga Shima was part of Naha Air Base before the reversion
So the Japanese gave it up to the Americans to use?At the top of the island, where the hotel now stands, the Air Force had a secured munitions storage area.
Never heard this one...As the legend is told, the ghost of "Senaga Shima Sally" (the GI's name for her) wanders around the little island at night searching for his head.
This doesn't sound too safe and I wonder what happened to that guard when he reported his spent ammo.I was told that another guard emptied a clip of .45 caliber ammo on her spiritual form when he saw her.
Thanks for the great Okinawa ghost story!I will tell you that at O-Dark-Thirty, when the wind whistled though the sights of my M-16, it sounded like someone crying to me and I got the good case of the heebie-jeebies.