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Deadly storm remembered

Sunday is the 45th anniversary of Hurricane Camille. She was a monster storm that devastated South Mississippi and killed 256 people, 143 of those deaths happened on the Gulf Coast.

On August 17th, the anniversary of the deadly storm, there are several memorial events planned. One of those, Camille: The 45th Anniversary Remembrance, will take place at the Saenger Theatre in Biloxi. The program includes the showing a 1970's documentary about the category five hurricane. Another part of the program includes a never-before-seen interview with former Biloxi Mayor Danny Guice who was mayor when Camille hit.

If you want to attend, tickets are $10. They can be purchased at the Ohr-O'Keefe Museum of Art or the Biloxi Visitor's center.

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