Fort Belle Fontaine

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The historic Fort Belle Fontaine, famously visited by explorers Lewis and Clark, is said to be home to a presence that appears as dark-red smoke or a red light on the stairs.

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Geographic Information

Address:
13002 Bellefontaine Road
Saint Louis, MO 63138
United States

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GPS:
38.8279252587059, -90.21390040220467
County:
St. Louis County, Missouri
Nearest Towns:
West Alton, MO (2.6 mi.)
Spanish Lake, MO (2.8 mi.)
Black Jack, MO (3.7 mi.)
Alton, IL (4.6 mi.)
Castle Point, MO (5.2 mi.)
Glasgow Village, MO (5.2 mi.)
Riverview, MO (5.5 mi.)
Moline Acres, MO (5.8 mi.)
Bellefontaine Neighbors, MO (6.1 mi.)
Hartford, IL (6.4 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.stlouisco.com/ParksandRecreation/ParkPages/FortBelleFontaine

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