By Kelly Kazek
Journey simply west of America's notorious twister Alley to Alabama, domestic to a couple of the deadliest tornadoes of the previous century. those twisters stay etched within the collective reminiscence of the folk, from the 1908 Dixie twister, considered as some of the most brutal tornadoes in U.S. background, to the 1998 Birmingham twister, the most costly tornado in Alabama's history.
Discover how the 1932 Deep South Tornadoes ended in 268 fatalities and hundreds of thousands of bucks in harm, and browse the terrifying account of the 1977 Smithfield Tornadoes, which rocked this Birmingham suburb with as many as six twisters in a one-hour span.
Join neighborhood journalist Kelly Kazek as she stocks the stories of those usual mess ups and the hardy Alabamians who persevered them.
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A History of Alabama's Deadliest Tornadoes: Disaster in Dixie by Kelly Kazek