" I think there's a lot to be said about all historic buildings of this nature in that there will always be pockets where the energies are very negative ad very sad because of what happened all those years ago. Then if you had to move into other areas you'd find there's happiness, and it's this complete contrast. When you're in the gardens it feels peaceful and relaxed. So it's only when you go into those pockets where the actual despair happened that you pick it up strongly."
He was about six foot and he was bleeding from the mouth, and also questioned why they were punished for just wanting to act out their cultures - for that they were punished. He was beaten and blood was pouring down his mouth. And in essence he was saying we're all the same actually, it's just our skin colour that's different, so the clothes we wear are different. Lot's of questioning why was it ever done?'
"She looked like some tragedy had happened in her life, because she'd go past you so quickly, and you'd hear that (sigh) like that, and she kept doing (sigh) so either she had suffered something, or someone in the family had suffered something, but it must have been many many many moons ago because of the dress she wore� it was one of those real Dutch frocks that they wore in those days with the pinafore and the cap on the head, you know?'
16. British flag at Castle entrance
17. Entrance to Governor's house
18. View from Governor's house
19. Stephanie Hoffman in the Ballroom annexe
20. SOUNDBITE (English): Stephanie Hoffman, museum attendant, The Castle
'As I walked I heard another person walking behind me, the footsteps of another person walking behind me. But it wasn't like a flat shoe, because I could hear the heel of the shoe. And I was standing still trying to find out if it was my imagination or if it's really somebody walking behind me, and the sound wasn't there any more. And I started walking again and the sound came back, the footsteps came back. But anyway, I just ignored it and I switched the lights off. But before I got to the door, the door slammed closed.'
'But it cannot be true, how can there be spooks and ghosts around? Until this very night, that was the first experience I had seeing this bride, running across the grass patch, right up to the first stairs then the second stairs, and then disappeared.'
23. Bell tower at the Castle's entrance
25. Ronnie Smayile stands in front of the Bell tower
26. SOUNDBITE (English): Mr Ronnie Smayile, Catering, The Castle
'Sometimes that bell rings but there's nobody there to ring the bell. When we come up to check in there, there's nobody in there - but that bell rings.'