The Devil's Dancing Ground

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This spot gets its colorful name from the fact that nearby Native Americans believed this to be a hotspot for spirits. Not only have ghostly Native Americans been seen dancing here, but also UFOs have been sighted; this is thought to be a favorite alien landing zone. Uneasy feelings and strange lights in the sky also have been experienced here.

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Geographic Information

Address:
Near Aldinger and Stellar Creek Rd
Forsyth, Mt 59327
United States

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GPS:
46.68299210992378, -106.95251298020594
County:
Rosebud County, Montana
Nearest Towns:
Hysham, MT (30.1 mi.)
Forsyth, MT (31.6 mi.)
Rosebud, MT (37.2 mi.)
Melstone, MT (44.0 mi.)
Jordan, MT (44.1 mi.)
Custer, MT (47.8 mi.)
Colstrip, MT (57.4 mi.)
Hardin, MT (72.8 mi.)

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  1. I’ve only ever stayed long enough to get gas in Forsyth. But, the Crow word for it is Buattaaile, which mean’s Coyote’s Penis. This refers to a funny shaped butte near the town.

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