Stonehenge may have been used as a giant musical instrument, according to a
Researchers from the Royal College of Art discovered that the central Blue
Stones, which originated in South Wales, had musical tones when struck.
The theory could explain why the stones were arranged in a circle - so the
sound would resonate.
Paul Devereux, who part led the study, told BBC Radio 5
live's Drive: "We do know such rocks were deemed very important in
other parts of the ancient world."