THIS INSTRUMENT IS CALLED THE KALIMBA. THIS IS FATE.
this is the best kalimba playing i’ve ever seen EVER
I HAD NO IDEA WHAT A KALIMBA LOOKED LIKE UNTIL JUST THIS SECOND IM BLOWN AWAY
I want one so badly now
Reblogging this again because I’ve listened to it 10 times; IT’S SO GOOD!
By World War II, [military] bagpipes were restricted to rear areas, and even then it was to be limited to when nobody was doing anything of great significance or when a member of the royal family arrived somewhere. However, Simon Fraser, 15th Lord Lovat, decided that those rules were for the English, and since he was Scottish (and at least slightly crazy), they didn’t apply to him. So, he ordered his piper, Bill Millin, to go ashore on one of the main landing points for the invasion of Normandy and wail on a set of bagpipes. Once on the beach, Millin calmly walked up and down at the water’s edge, playing while carnage exploded and people died all around him.
is he like a bard or something?
Which Conspiracy player are you??
I have something for you all to keep you up all night. (You should thank me it’s final week season.)
So Ed Hermanski was a high school teacher, who started to tell an extremely scary story to his history class.
And by scary, I mean it was scary enough for it to be in a newspaper article and for many people requesting it to be made into a movie.
Hermanski tells kids at the start to leave if they become too frightened. A few actually exit early. Others, even honor students and tough jocks, cannot sleep afterward.
What’s REALLY mysterious about this story is how MANY people report extremely strange things happening afterwards. For example, the power turning on and off and mysterious noises.
I’ve attached an audio of the story. One student decided to record it one day. It’s a long listen and remember listen at your own risk.
The audio isn’t working on the link I posted because too many users on it at once, but someone suggested another working audio file
If this one crashes too, I’ll personally upload the audio file to tumblr
Also here’s some more information about the story itself
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