EDMOND, Oklahoma - There's a whole lot of shaking going on in Central Oklahoma. In the past seven days, Oklahoma has had 95 earthquakes.

According to Earthquaketrack.com, there have been 285 earthquakes in the entire U.S. in the past seven days.

Oklahoma is also home to the nation's largest earthquake in that time. That was a 3.8 quake in Choctaw.

"It probably didn't last five seconds, but it felt like five minutes," said Edmond neighbor Patrick Hall.

Hall lives near Coltrane and Sorgum Mill Rd. in Edmond. That's close to the epicenter of a 3.4 magnitude Earthquake Sunday evening.

Since then, Edmond has seen at least four more earthquakes.

"You feel scared, small. You feel very small," Hall said.