Stone and Acoustics: Hauntings and Ancient Construction

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Re: Stone and Acoustics: Hauntings and Ancient Construction

Postby DJ Droood » 13 Jul 2014, 17:10

There is a Mayan pyramid, Uxmal, where if you stand in the right sweet spot and clap, the clap echos sound like jungle birds.....a few feet away from the sweet spot and it is just a clap.
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Re: Stone and Acoustics: Hauntings and Ancient Construction

Postby DaRC » 15 Jul 2014, 12:38

There are also stones, the same ones as used at Stonehenge, that ring such as King Arthur's grave.
There's a walk that you can do (if you're ever in Wales)
http://www.bbc.co.uk/wales/nature/sites ... chog.shtml
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