The tornado that struck El Reno, Oklahoma, on May 31, 2013, defined superlatives. It was the largest, one of the fastest, and—for storm chasers—the most lethal twister ever recorded on Earth. Among those it claimed was Tim Samaras, revered as one of the most experienced and cautious scientists studying tornadoes. But this storm was unlike any he had witnessed before. In this National Geographic Special, we unravel the tornado and tell its story. But this is not your typical storm chasing documentary. While this film will include many firsthand accounts and harrowing videos from scientists and amateurs in pursuit of the tornado, it was also probably the best documented storm in history and these clips are part of a unique and ever-growing database documenting every terrifying twist and turn of the storm from all angles.
Available in Sweden through streaming service ViaPlay ( subscription fee ) but also for free in SVTPlay, streaming 1 month from today ( no registration required ). Not sure it will work through a VPN. I searched for other countries but can't pinpoint good enough the US, Europe or Asia etc. Please add " legal " source if found.
Se filmen Inside: The Mega Twister med på nätet. Se filmer online på Viaplay.se!
Den 31 maj 2013 drabbades El Reno, Oklahoma, av en förödande tromb. Folk var varnade men det hjälpte föga när tornadon slog till med ursinnig kraft. Även de erfarna stormjägare som skyndat dit för att ta bilder blev överrumplade av det extrema ovädret, med tragiskt resultat.
Here's another 2 clips from the movie.
It killed 9 people, including a National Geographic explorer, find out what it took to survive the widest tornado that struck El Reno, Oklahoma in 2013.
What's it like being in the heart of the largest twister ever recorded on Earth? Storm hunters record their experience with winds exceeding 193km per hour.