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Such an explanation cannot be correct if the observer is also the user, because for him or her, the blade remains nearly equidistant.

It was found in Tuv in northern Norway, a place that was inhabited in the Stone Age.

The Dogon use bullroarers to announce the beginning of ceremonies conducted during the Sigui festival held every sixty years over a seven-year period.

In the cultures of southeastern Australia, the sound of the bullroarer is the voice of Daramulan, and a successful bullroarer can only be made if it has been cut from a tree containing his spirit.

(Rhombos also sometimes referred to the rhoptron, a buzzing drum).

Anthropologist Michael Boyd, a bullroarer expert, documents a number found in Europe, Asia, the Indian sub-continent, Africa, the Americas, and Australia. Typically, the wood slat is trimmed down to a sharp edge around the edges, and serrations along the length of the wooden slat may or may not be used, depending on the cultural traditions of the region in question.

The cord is given a slight initial twist, and the roarer is then swung in a large circle in a horizontal plane, or in a smaller circle in a vertical plane.

Henry Cowell composed a composition for two violins, viola, two celli, and two bullroarers.