There are fears the Beast of Dartmoor has been meandering from the national park during the harmony and calm of the lockdown after four immense tore paw prints were found in the mud.
Dog walker Brett Bennett unearthed the huge engravings and says his lurcher Kalba was as a rule unnaturally inquisitive…as if something was there or had been there.
Brett says Kalba has as of late been running over the legs of deer in their preferred woods more as often as possible than was normal and with the paw print discovery, he is done excusing his Dog’s revelations.
With the forested areas being referred to – Holbeam Wood in Newton Abbot, South Devon – is just five miles from Dartmoor national park, and surprisingly calm due to the coronavirus lockdown, Brett has been left thinking about what he may have revealed.
The riddle of the Beast of Dartmoor is one of a few nearby stories of huge dogs prowling on the fields across Devon and Cornwall, alongside the Beast of Bodmin, and the Beast of Exmoor.
Brett figured the prints could have had a place with a major canine, for example, a Doberman.
In any case, the four, exceptionally unmistakable hooks don’t coordinate that of a Dog. Regularly, when strolling in Holbeam Wood, Brett and Kalba stray from the fundamental walkway, heading further into the growth for an all the more intriguing walk.