3 Tips for Tornado Safety

The deadliest tornado in Minnesota history arrived on May 6, 1965. These tornadoes typically cycle every 15-20 years. Are you prepared.

  1. The most important aspect of severe weather safety is “get low!”
  2. Seek shelter away from windows and wide, open roof spans!
  3. Cover your head with your arms and crouch to the lowest possible profile!

ONE OF THE LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH IN TORNADOES IS FROM FLYING DEBRIS!

GET LOW!!

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Hidden Revealed

HiddenRevealed-CoverThe three waves of storms that stomped over the Twin Cities that evening were unprecedented.  As the reader will discover, there were far more than 6 tornadoes that have been suggested by antiquated history.  Many eyewitness reports collaborate with WCCO radio reports along with other authorities.  It is not my intention to discredit earlier theories but to enhance this information with new documentation and proclaim the presence of GOD which appeared to thousands that night.

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210 pages / 7.25 x 9.5

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The Night The Sirens Blew!

NightSirensBlewIn this second edition, educator and author Allen W. Taylor presents an exhaustive and most comprehensive book written about the worst tornado outbreak ever to strike Minnesota. This book focuses on the two elements of informative, sometimes shocking accounts of the people who experienced and lived through those tornadoes and factual documented information from a meteorological view. The result is a fantastic, interesting read that will promote the reader to respect the incredible power of nature’s most violent storm and heed the future warnings of these outbreaks.

To purchase authentic autographed copies or
schedule a presentation for your church, school or community
please contact:

Allen W. Taylor
763-422-3878

1965tornadobook@gmail.com

$25.00 plus $5.00
shipping and handling (checks are welcome)

168 pages / 6 x 9