If you lived in the Oklahoma City metro in 1964, you've likely "heard" of this explosive story. In February of that year, 1,253 separate sonic booms were generated in the skies above Oklahoma City for a period of six months to measure the effects of supersonic transport aircraft on a city. But after property damage, local support waned and the noise went national. This week on LoyalTV, join us in Oklahoma City for a listen and look back at this earth-shattering experiment.