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Smithtown General Hospital - Smithtown NY Real Haunt

  • Smithtown, NY
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This hospital was demolished in 2007, but many still believe a lady ghost in white continues to exist on the premise. She has reportedly been seen in a white gown located on the second floor near the surgery rooms.

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    It was scary. I heard some very scary blood-curling screams, but after all the experience was amazing. There was some blood in rooms, which creeped me and my friend out, and also some human rotting bones on the floor. The inside was covered in mold and there is this smell that smells like flesh. There was scary messages on the walls, such as "I can see you" or "this is the last time you live" but we didn't die. I think me and my friend saw something white, but nothing scary. Great for visiting in Halloween, will never forget this amazing experience.

    Posted 2/20/17

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