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morache stick

An Indian morache stick is a notched stick about 15 inches
long. This is placed upon an inverted bowl or metal dish pan,
which acts as a resonator. Another stick is then moved rhyth-
mically up and down over the notches, keeping time with the

Indians use bull roarers to imitate thunder during their
ceremonies and dances. You can make a bull roarer by whit-
tling a piece of wood about 10 inches long to the shape shown
in the drawing and fastening a piece of string about five feet
long through the hole. Then whirl the stick around your head
and it will produce a weird roaring sound. You can also use a
ruler with a hole bored in one end for a bull roarer. This makes
a good sound and saves a lot of whittling.

bull roarer


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