Early-May 1933 tornado outbreak sequence
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The Early-May 1933 tornado outbreak sequence was a severe weather event that occurred from May 4–10, 1933, and produced at least 27 tornadoes. Among them was the Beatty Swamps tornado, a violent F4 that struck shortly after midnight CST on May 11, 1933, in Overton County, Tennessee, killing 35 people and devastating the unincorporated community of Beatty Swamps (also known as Bethsaida). The storm was the second-deadliest tornado in the history of Middle Tennessee, even though it struck a sparsely populated, rural area. There were $100,000 in damages from the tornado ($1.5 million in 2005 when adjusted for inflation). The community of Beatty Swamps ceased to exist and does not appear on any current maps. The only landmark that alludes to the former community is Beatty Swamp Road, whichs intersects Highway 111 in the northeast corner of Overton County.
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