The eye of the storm

A howling wind seems to engulf the theatre as a menacing, 80'-high (24m) twister and driving winds bear down on the audience. They duck to escape debris which appears to be flying straight toward them from all directions.

In a few minutes it's all over, and everyone breathes a sigh of relief. But, as they pass through the exit doors, in front of them is a garage seemingly badly damaged in an actual tornado. The roof has been torn off, signs hang at odd angles, and crushed oil drums an

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