Historic Lemont Tornado 06/13/1976

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Historic Lemont Tornado 06/13/1976 is a screamer video disguised as a tornado video. It was uploaded to YouTube on November 4, 2018 by Trussman Productions. According to the video description, it was a project created for a high school history class. The video starts with a presentation on the Lemont-Argone, Illinois F4 tornado that occurred on June 13, 1976. The title card features a drawing of a tornado, and the next slide displays a sign saying "U-turn permitted" with the text "U-turn tornado" written below it.

The first part of the video shows satellite pictures of the evolution of the Lemont-Argone supercell that spawned the F4 tornado, taken at 15-minute intervals from 5 to 7 PM CDT. The second segment shows radar imagery from Marseilles, Illinois, showing the evolution of the Lemont tornado. At the 38-second mark, a picture of Katie Embry pops up with a loud scream (possibly from Follow the Red Dot), after which the video resumes.

The third segment is a time-lapse video taken by Bud Williamson at Wheeling, Illinois, showing the evolution of the Lemont supercell. The fourth part of the video begins with footage of a wedge tornado with falling debris, taken by Edward Lebak. The second segment of this part shows footage of the same tornado at a different angle, filmed by Irwin Pasiewicz, which looks dusty and was filmed in bright sunlight. The last segment of this part shows footage of the Lemont tornado weakening and dissipating, recorded by John Rusnak at Orland Park.


NOTE: The following video contains a screamer!

  • youtube.com/watch?v=CmWvJy5ccHo
  • Permalink: web.archive.org/web/20231111224938/litter.catbox.moe/7b99z8.mp4



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