76 - The Devil’s Footprints

In 1855, in new-fallen snow in Devonshire, a trail of small hooflike footprints led for miles. Similar footprints have been found on several occasions, most notably during the 1909 Jersey Devil sightings. But what are these mysterious footprints?

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Footprints in the Snow.” Barrow’s Worcester Journal, March 21, 1891.

Mysterious Footmarks.” Nottinghamshire Guardian, March 1, 1855.

Singular Animal.” London Times, March 14, 1840.

Busk, R.H. “Phenomenal Footprints in Snow, S. Devon.” Notes and Queries 7:8 (December 28, 1889).

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Dash, Mike. “The Devil’s Hoofmarks: Source Material on the Great Devon Mystery of 1855.” Fortean Studies 1:1 (1994).

Freeman, Richard. “Other Historical Accounts of the Devil’s Footprints.” https://torridgeside.blogspot.com/2009/03/richard-freeman-other-historical.html

Gould, Rupert T. Oddities: A Book of Unexplained Facts. University Books: New Hyde Park, NY, 1965 ed.

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