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Witnessing a tornado is the most thrilling show on earth. It's an out of body experience that's bigger than life. It's adventure, majesty, power, mayhem, and beauty all rolled into one. The lure of the chase is magnetic, a quest few can successfully complete. For those that do, the satisfaction of catching the wind lasts a lifetime. Are you up for the challenge?

If so, we still have a few seats left on this years years chase and we would love to have you as part of the crew. This is the 11th year for the chase and we are looking forward to our coming time in tornado ally. We have some special deals available and would love to build a package that works for you financially. Send us an email at and we'll figure it out.


For those of you with less time or cash there is another option! Throughout the spring and summer months, lead stormchaser Kholby Martin ventures out on the biggest severe weather days of the year when potential is at its highest (you will chase storms). These “on-call” tours do not include Terry and vary from 24 hours to several days depending on the setup. These events could range from our backyard to parts of the Great Plains including Oklahoma, Kansas & Texas. The tours cost $300/day and include gas and hotel expenses when necessary. Seating is limited and so is advance warning so get on the list for a sure-fire chase. Drop Kholby an email at for more information or to secure a place.

For those unfamiliar with Kholby, he's an experienced storm chaser and a 2013 meteorology graduate from Western Illinois. He was born and raised in west-central Illinois and currently lives in Galesburg. Every year, he travels thousands of miles chasing severe storms and tornadoes. He's witnessed over 75 twisters since he began chasing in 2011 and intercepted the eye of Irma (his first hurricane) in September of 2017. From monster hail and straight line winds to major blizzards, he has experienced it all! His footage has been seen all across the nation on a number of major news networks including The Weather Channel, Weather Nation, ABC & Good Morning America. The man has a nose for tornadoes and I trust his instincts in the field!

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