Growing up in St. Charles, I spent ninth through twelfth grade at Francis Howell High, a school near the Nuclear Waste Adventure Trail and Museum in Weldon Spring. Described by virtualglobetrotting.com as a seven story-high pile of radioactive waste, the mound was so close to our school that during gym class, we used to jog down Highway 94 to the huge tomb and run up its stairs. I don’t remember what the view from the top was like, probably because I just wanted to get off the massive nuclear waste site.
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