Keep an eye open too for:
THE GHOST OF GOVERNOR PIETER VAN NOODT on the battlements at the Castle of Good Hope in Cape Town. He’s said to have died of a heart attack in 1681 after being cursed by a man whose hanging he had commanded.
THE GHOST OF ‘DADDY’ WEST, a one-legged lighthouse keeper reported to haunt the tower of Green Point Lighthouse.
THE FLYING DUTCHMAN GHOST SHIP sighted off Cape Point on stormy days and nights.
THE GHOST OF FREDERICK EKSTEEN, son of the owner of Tokai Manor House in the 1880s. He died accepting his father’s wager to ride up the staircase and into the dining room at a party. When the bell was rung to signal midnight, the startled horse fell down the stairs and Frederick broke his neck.
THE UNIONDALE HITCHHIKER, who some claim was picked up in the Little Karoo, only for her to vanish mid journey. She’s said to be the ghost of Marie Roux, killed in an accident on the N9 in April 1968 while driving with her fiancé, on their way to tell her parents of their engagement.
HIGHWAY SHEILA, believed to be the ghost of a girl killed in a car crash on Higginson Highway in Durban, where some swear she wanders still, causing accidents.
THE SEVEN GHOSTS HAUNTING THE MOUNTAIN PARK HOTEL, a Tudor manor house in Bulwer, KZN. They include a childminder, Ruth, seven-year-old Mathilda and Wisp the dog.