A Bideford woman has told how the ghosts said to haunt Torringtons Puffing Billy are her grandparents.Margaret Syvret, 73, contacted the Gazette following our story about the old stationmaster and his wife believed to still visit the 19th century attraction and café. She told us station master Albert Ernest Willcocks and his wife Mary came to Torrington Station in 1909, but Mary died in the building in 1914. Current proprietors Sara Oke and Dominic Scotting, a mother and son who run the Puffing Billy as a bed and breakfast plus restaurant, have told how guests reported some ghostly encounters and heard strange noises. Margaret heard the tale from her own mother Mabel, who was aged nine when Mary died, but apparently continued to see her. Mum said after she died, every night she would walk into her bedroom and kiss her goodnight, said Margaret, who is absolutely certain the stories are real. I believe in ghosts, I have no option, because we also lived in a house that was haunted. My son Francis has seen his great grandmother. He said he was driving past the station and saw her looking out through the bedroom window at the top. My grandson Dominic also saw her. She has been there all these years, she must be very happy to be there. Her grandfather Albert stayed on at the building until retiring in 1926. He and Mary had nine children, five boys and four girls. Sara and Dominic both say they can still sense his presence in the building and often say goodnight station master when leaving. Margaret has not seen either spectre, but said: I have always wanted to go upstairs and see if anything happened, I would love to.