Survivors of the Joplin, Missouri tornado tell many stories in this book: of running for their lives, children torn from their mothers’ arms, and being swept into the funnel of the hellish EF-5 tornado that on May 22, 2011, killed 158 people. In the wreckage of the nearby hospital, doctors and nurses worked by flashlight to save lives. Yet the historic tornado has another story, untold until now. Young survivors of the wrath of this monster storm, none over the age of 12, began telling parents and teachers about the bright winged beings – or "butterfly people" – who shielded them as the massive tornado passed over them. Could it be that when the devil came to Joplin, the angels came too?
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