Am I the only one with an irrational fear of these things? This video stood out from the bunch, onions... My eyes are leaking. I've witnessed a couple in person but have never actually been in one. As a kid I did watch the downtown Nashville/LP Feild get wrecked from my dad's office on the southside in 1998? I think it was. Never forget that. A certain private school in the Antioch area decided it would be a good idea to dismiss school as the storms were approaching. I was in Birmingham in 2011 when the storms hit. I was at UAB and the entire westside of Birmingham was missing under a gigantic cloud that looked like it was on the ground. That same year a bunch of family and friends gathered for a cookout at my mom's house near Troy, AL. Everyone was having fun in the pool when it began to look like a storm was coming. All of mom's horses and dogs began running crazy through the pastures. The animals lost their ****, they rarely ever do that for a normal storm. My brother then pointed to a bizarre looking cloud about a half mile away. It was twisting and began to twist faster and faster. Suddenly a funnel just came down to the ground, it wasn't big but it was one of the most eerie things I've ever seen. The sun was still shining, there was no rain but there was a tornado just a couple fields over. It stayed on the ground about 30 seconds and went back up into the clouds. I hate tornados.