[Epub] ↠ And Hell Followed With It Author Bonar Menninger – Pccare247.us

And Hell Followed With It Colossal Trees Snap Like Matchsticks A Gigantic Orange Fireball Explodes In The Funnel S Black Core Horses Are Sucked Up And Spit Out Alive By 200 Mile Per Hour Winds These Were Just A Few Of The Scenes That Unfolded On June 8, 1966, When A Massive EF 5 Tornado Cut A 22 Mile Swath Across Eastern Kansas And Straight Through Topeka Kansas S Capital City When It Was Over, 16 People Were Dead, Than 500 Were Injured, And Property Damage Had Reached 100 Million, Making The Tornado The Most Destructive In U.S History Up To That TimeThat Fateful Day Comes Back To Life In And Hell Followed With It Life And Death In A Kansas Tornado Author Bonar Menninger Has Interviewed Dozens Of Survivors To Construct A Tightly Woven Narrative That Conveys In Gut Wrenching Detail What It S Like When Nature Careens Out Of Control And Ordinary People Face Extraordinary, Life Threatening Situations.

[Epub] ↠ And Hell Followed With It  Author Bonar Menninger – Pccare247.us
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  1. says:

    I m a serious storm freak, but I m also a serious reader and writer, so I can t bring myself to recommend just any old book that comes along just because it s about extreme weather But this book is definitely out toward the front of the pack among the many, many titles I ve read about tornadoes I can unequivocally recommend this one exhaustively researched, written with the eye of a journalist and the soul of a caring interviewer, Hell takes the reader on a bullet train of a ride, speeding I m a serious storm freak, but I m also a serious reader and writer, so I can t bring myself to recommend just any old book that comes along just because it s about extreme weather But this book is definitely out toward...


  2. says:

    This should be a book for all of those of us that live in tornado alley An eye opener to the dangers of a F5 tornado and the damage it can cause At first I thought the part with the history of the area and Kansas slowed down the book but later you will understand why it was needed in the book Otherwise it was a good in depth story of those that lived and died in this tornado and whyweren t killed in it Plus I liked the way the book is wound up in the end with the telling of the same pe This should be a book for all of those of us that live in tornado alley An eye opener to the dangers of a F5 tornado and the damage it can cause At first I thought the part with the history of the area and Kansas slowed down the book but later you will understand why it was needed in the book Otherwise it was a good in depth story of th...


  3. says:

    Awesome book Loved it The maps with each sector of the city as the tornado passed through were helpful in keeping everything straight.


  4. says:

    Warning Graphic material both of language and descriptive events Not for those with light stomachs Some months ago I had ended up visiting the Topeka public library just before going out on a double date with a fellow church member and a friend Since she was from Topeka she ended up giving us a tour of the upper level of the library where a room was dedicated to the records and memories of those that had been a part of the 1966 tornado touchdown With as limited time as we had I wa Warning Graphic material both of language and descriptive events Not for those with light stomachs Some months ago I had ended up visiting the Topeka public library just before going out on a double date with a fellow church member and a friend Since she was from Topeka she ended up giving us a tour of the upper level of the library where a room was dedicated to the records and memories of those that had been a part of the 1966 tornado touchdown With as limited time as we had I was able to note a bit of the information before seeing a book on the subject put in a spot of distinction Knowing how ...


  5. says:

    I loved the way this book was written The author broke the tornados path down into sections Covering the destruction in one part of town, then jumping to the next This kept it very easy to follow Plus the book sticks to the subject, which to me is a big deal because I hate when I buy a book and it spendstime off the subject in the title I wanted to read about the tornado and that s what I got In a play by play fashion Not to mention I m a littleconcerned about tornados now Ha I loved the way this book was written The author broke the tornados path down into sections Covering the destruction in one part of town, then ju...


  6. says:

    Hell hath no fury A killer tornado comes alive in Bonar Menninger s comprehensive retelling of the twister that ravaged the Kansas capital of Topeka in 1966 And Hell Followed With It, Life and Death in a Kansas Tornado doesn t miss a beat From the thick air and eerie feelings some folks had early on the morning of the storm, to the devastating aftermath, Menninger deftly puts the reader in the path of the tornado through myriad accounts from terrorized Topekans.Forget the lessons learned in Hell hath no fury A killer tornado comes alive in Bonar Menninger s comprehensive retelling of the twister that ravaged the Kansas capital of Topeka in 1966 And Hell Followed With It, Life and Death in a Kansas Tornado doesn t miss a beat From the thick air and eerie feelings some folks had early on the morning of the storm, to the devastating aftermath, Menninger deftly puts the reader in the path of the tornado through myriad accounts from terrorized Topekans.Forget the lessons learned in Oz, many in Topeka in 1966 believed the town was protected from tornados by Burnett s Mound, an ancient Native American burial site Some in Topeka, were guided by folklore that night thinking themselves immune, while others thought the town was being punished for building a water tower atop the sacred spo...


  7. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Menninger s book recounts the 1966 Topeka tornado by weaving together several individual stories to describe the tragic event that affected so many people s lives This tornado, touching down on Burnett s Mound, traveling through Topeka obliterated Washburn University The story gives a play by play of each indivi...


  8. says:

    The author starts this book with a look at tornadoes in general and the warning processes in existence prior to 1966 He starts his narrative with the tornado before it comes to Burnett s Mound He follows different families and characters in their normal lives just before the tornado hits He breaks the city of Topeka into sections and covers one section at a time as the tornado proceeds from southwest to northeast Topeka, right through the heart of the city It s amazing that with siren warnin The author starts this book with a look at tornadoes in general and the warning processes in existence prior to 1966 He starts his narrative with the tornado before it comes to Burnett s Mound He follows different families and characters in their normal lives just before the tornado hits He breaks the city of Topeka into sections and covers one section at a time as the tornado proceeds from southwest to northeast Topeka, right through the heart of the city It s amazing that with siren warnings having just come into existence, thatthan 16 lives weren t lost Spotters, the National Weather Service, WREN radio and KIBW television all played intregal parts in the new warning system Now living in Kansas and having experienced two myself, I know how important those warnings are and how important it is to have a plan if you hear those warnings Some of our modern cable shows follow tornado hunters, but very rarely do they follow up on the injured or the dead The types of injuries are unb...


  9. says:

    Anyone who lived through the tornado, or knows anyone who was in the tornado, and would like a unique, detailed perspective of the night of June 8, 1966, should read this Well organized, but not detailed as an encyclopedia or documentary work, the tension of the event is well relayed and excellently transcribed Have to thank my mom, who was in T...


  10. says:

    By far the best written and most level headed tornado history I ve ever read Just enough background history of Topeka and weather science to serve the story of the incident without bogging it down The author also goes out of his waythan once to point ...

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