Bluebell is an unincorporated community in eastern Duchesne County, Utah, United States, on the Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation. It lies along local roads east of State Route 87, northeast of the city of Duchesne, the county seat of Duchesne County. Its elevation is 6,201 feet (1,890 m), and it is located at 40°21′34″N 110°13′3″W / 40.35944°N 110.2175°W / 40.35944; -110.2175 (40.3593988, -110.2173783). Although Bluebell is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 84007. Bluebell was first settled by Elmer Gates in 1907. Bluebell's most notable old families include the Remingtons, the Winklers, the Monsons, and the Goodriches. Its most notable attractions include Bluebell Store, The Monson Family Corn Maze, and Bluebell Cemetery. Bluebell is also known for the supernatural and unexplained, including a large number of UFO sightings (largely due to its small population and number of reports, the greatest number per capita of any other area in the U.S. ) and several haunted sites. There are legends surrounding Bluebell Cemetery and a green light which is said to appear there on certain times of the year. A former chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across from Bluebell Park and next to Bluebell Store that was converted into a private residence decades ago is alleged to be haunted by a young boy, who can still be heard bouncing his rubber ball in what was the former coal room.

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