Don's escaping the hustle and bustle of "The Big Island" to uncover the amazing stories hidden on New York's other islands: the lost islands of New York City.
Don Wildman checks out the view from inside Castle Williams on Governors Island.
The remains of a castle still can be seen on Bannerman Island.
View of Manhattan from Castle Williams on Governors Island.
Don Wildman goes behind bars inside Castle Williams on Governors Island.
Completed in 1811, Castle Williams is a circular defensive work of red sandstone on the west point of Governors Island in New York Harbor.
Don Wildman discusses the history of Bannerman Island with Thom Johnson.
Governers Islands' strategic location made it perfect for use as a military facility for British and American forces for more than two centuries. Don explores one of its fortifications, Castle Williams.
Don Wildman and crew take a boat to Bannerman Island.
Another view of Castle Williams on Governors Island.
Park Ranger Mike Shaver gives Don a tour of Castle Williams on Governors Island.
Off Limits camera person Karin Pelloni and audio engineer Jamal Rashada shoot at the Renwick Ruins of the former smallpox hospital on New York's Roosevelt Island.
Don Wildman rides the tram from New York's Roosevelt Island.