Katie's of Smithtown

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Katie’s of Smithtown is believed to be haunted by many spirits; among them are a bootlegger named Charlie Klein and victims of a 1909 fire that burned down the Traynor Hotel, which was formerly on this site.

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    145 W Main St
    Smithtown, NY 11787
    United States

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    40.855781, -73.19975
    Suffolk County, New York
    Nearest Towns:
    Smithtown, NY (0.0 mi.)
    Village of the Branch, NY (0.6 mi.)
    Hauppauge, NY (2.1 mi.)
    Nesconset, NY (2.4 mi.)
    Saint James, NY (2.8 mi.)
    Nissequogue, NY (3.3 mi.)
    Kings Park, NY (3.7 mi.)
    Lake Ronkonkoma, NY (3.9 mi.)
    Islandia, NY (3.9 mi.)
    Head of the Harbor, NY (4.0 mi.)

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