Smith-Ely Mansion

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Built around 1850, the Smith-Ely Mansion is said to be home to ghosts of former inhabitants and more recent suicide victims.

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Geographic Information

39 W. Genesee St.
Clyde, NY
United States

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43.085253, -76.87295499999999
Wayne County, New York
Nearest Towns:
Clyde, NY (0.2 mi.)
Savannah, NY (5.8 mi.)
Lyons, NY (6.1 mi.)
North Rose, NY (7.0 mi.)
Wolcott, NY (9.8 mi.)
Newark, NY (11.5 mi.)
Waterloo, NY (12.5 mi.)
Seneca Falls, NY (12.7 mi.)
Phelps, NY (12.8 mi.)
Port Byron, NY (13.1 mi.)


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  1. My sisters ex boyfriend used to live there with his mom his mother an I always heard wired sounds an the door would always open every night an some stuff would fall off the walls..

  2. Several EVP’s captured and a very interesting dowsing rod session with the spirit of William “Billy” Ely. Q&A about the events around Billy’s Death.
    goto Hometown Haunted Channel on YouTube to see the entire session.

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