“Damned if I know,” Besozzi said.
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In this issue: A Real New England Christmas
I was on the air of an fm radio station on the 19th floor of a building in Hartford. Outside I saw black clouds roll by at eye level. I am from Michigan where tornados are common in the spring. I walked next door where the am studio was located. The announcer was also from the mid-west. I said to him, it’s a good thing they don’t have tornadoes in Connecticut. Fifteen minutes the news reports came in.
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