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SARATOGA SPRINGS — Operating in the late 1800s and early 1900s, they were known as the lake houses: Swanky, speakeasies and gambling clubs that attracted furs, diamonds, big money and the mafia. 

Lining the east side of Lake Lonely, these flush Saratoga establishments were known for their elegant fish and game dinners, infamous extravagent owners and high stakes betting.

Theirs was a world of glamour, steamy encounters, bribery and even murder.

To read more:

http://poststar.com/lifestyles/saratoga-and-the-mob/article_46d2d8ba-ed5c-5915-8fbb-6f160b94535a.html

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