St. Louis, MO

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St. Louis, MO
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St. Louis, Missouri
Language(s) Spoken: English
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St. Louis, MO is a large, metropolitan city in Missouri. It features a diverse economy and history.

Notable Locations

Notable Residents

Notable Visitors

About

St. Louis is the 18th largest metropolitan area in the country. It is known for its professional athletic teams in baseball, football, and hockey, as well as it's collegiate basketball teams. It's location along the Mississippi River made the city a suitable location for traders in the 18th century, and its location in "middle America" brings a cultural and economical diversity. It is known as "The Gateway to the West" and is the starting point for the Lewis & Clark Trail, as well as home to a stretch of the scenic and historic Route 66.

The Hard Part

On their way from Odessa to New York City, Mr. Bennet, Matt, and Ted stop in St. Louis. They switch cars at a used car lot, and Ted gets the car started.

Kindred

West tells Claire that he was abducted by a man in horn-rimmed glasses when he was living in St. Louis.

Graphic Novel:Special

While in junior high, West is abducted by Mr. Bennet and the Haitian in St. Louis and taken to Primatech Paper Company in Odessa. While there, he briefly meets Claire but loses all memory of that day.

Graphic Novel:The Man with Too Much Brains

During his school talent show, Matt Neuenberg recalls from memory that the St. Louis Cardinals were defeated by the Detroit Tigers in all seven games of the 1968 World Series.

The Needs of the Many

Luke and Joanne Collins go after their next target. They knock on the door of Alexander French. When he answers the door, they shoot him. They begin to go through his house and find out that he has a dog.

Heroes Evolutions

Matt Neuenberg's case file at primatechpaper.com says he was born in St. Louis, MO on December 24, 1990. Bianca Karina's file says she was born in St. Louis on January 25, 1978.

Save the Cheerleader, Destroy the World

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Trivia

  • St. Louis hosted the first Olympics in the United States in 1904.
  • St. Louis also hosted the 1904 World's Fair, where the ice cream cone is credited as being invented by an enterprising waffle vendor.

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