Katie’s of Smithtown - Smithtown NY Real Haunt
Before the popular bar, the land was the place of a hospital in the late 19th century. In 1909, the hospital burnt to the ground and in the 1920s a new facility was built to operate as a speakeasy during Prohibition. Those to perished here are said to continue to haunt the property. There have been reports of ghostly figures dressed in 19th century clothing roaming the bar as well as glass flying off the bar and tables. In the women's bathroom, some report of the toilet seats lifting and making banging sounds when no one was in there. There's also reports of sounds of footsteps coming from the main bar floor while in the basement when no one else was round.
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