Seems to have happened in other parts of the world as well, which would lend to it's validation. This article came from Listverse again.
The Devil’s Footprints
Devil FootprintsThe Devil’s Footprints was the name given to a peculiar phenomenon that occurred in Devon, England on 8 February 1855. After a light snowfall, during the night, a series of hoof-like marks appeared in the snow. These footprints, measuring 1.5 to 2.5 inches wide and eight inches apart, continued throughout the countryside for a total of over 100 miles, and, although veering at various points, for the greater part of their course followed straight lines. Houses, rivers, haystacks and other obstacles were travelled straight over, and footprints appeared on the tops of snow-covered roofs and high walls which lay in the footprints’ path, as well as leading up to and exiting various drain pipes of as small as a four inch diameter. Reports of similar anomalous, obstacle-unheeded footprints exist from other parts of the world, although none is of such a scale as that of the case of the Devil’s Footprints.
This is a strange one indeed. Seems too elaborate to be a hoax, and the fact that it has been to other countries is curious as well.
Coffee out on the patio today. Keep an eye out for strange footprints.