|Thanks to Greg Justice for his kind permission to allow us to use these images, a great many of which
originally appeared on his Facebook Page Old Falmouth Pictures.
|Robbins Ave. and Beech
St. looking toward Shelby St., up to
Chapel St., curving around the ball field.
|A page from the Falmouth Outlook, May 3, 1968|
came to help
|Waterworks||A list of those left homeless||A.M.E. Church|
A UPI wire service photo of the 1968 tornado
The story that ran with it is here.
|Two tornado coverage stories from the May 3, 1968 Falmouth Outlook||Warren Shonert's column.||Cows impaled with tobacco sticks||Notes from around the county.|
|The Enquirer ran a follow-up story in October of 1968.|
|From a New Year's Day Tornado in 1948|
“Tornado at Falmouth, Ky. -- A terrible tornado passed over Falmouth on the Kentucky Central railroad on Friday evening. It was of so tempestuous and violent a character as to cause the unroofing of several houses, among them being the Catholic church.” Evansville (Ind) Daily Journal, April 24, 1860
Six mile wide “hurricane” strikes near Falmouth in 1828.