The Devil's Hoofprints

Album: The Singing Postman (1965)
  • One of many depictions of the Devil, with cloven hoofs. Mysterious footprints in the West Country snow in 1855 led to the belief that the Devil had walked in Devon, and inspired the Allan Smethurst song "The Devil's Hoofprints."

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