Secondly, if you overlay the two images, which I just did in Photoshop, there are definite similarities in the tornado's kinks, but they are not exact. So it's not like someone just flipped the image around and settled for that. This raises the question of how variable are the paths of tornadoes? In other words, what is the likelihood of two tornadoes looking very similar to each other? It doesn't help that the overall quality of these images is grainy, Loch Ness monster–style material.
What is the verdict on the twister pictures?
The jury is still out on this one, but there's definitely enough evidence to be asking questions. Then again, there are coincidences out there. It wouldn't be the first time that two pictures look about the same.