In this encore edition of Central Standard, we hear about the infamous 1974 Ozark Music Festival.
It drew as many as 350,000 people to the small, family-oriented town of Sedalia.
Traffic ground to a halt. Temperatures were in the triple-digits. Nudity ran rampant and the cost of ice skyrocketed.
Residents came home to festival-goers camped out on their lawns, using garden hoses for "baths." People sent their children out of town for safety. Hungry, drug-addled music fans stole a cow. And it only gets crazier from there.