Roberto Velazquez, an archaeologist in Mexico, has spent a lifetime recreating the pre-Columbian sounds of so-called "Whistles of Death." The instruments have often been found in the hands of the dead, leading some to think they were played before human sacrifices. But healers may have used them to put people into trances in an effort to treat illness. Either way, the whistles make an amazing racket.
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