Devil’s Waistcoat (Kenward Stone), WiltshireYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
The Devil’s Waistcoat (Kenward stone) is a sarsen with natural wavy ridges moved to a field in Chute, Wiltshire in the 19th century. Ridges are due to differential weathering of the sandstone surface, and not human made. The Rev. Canon J. E. Jackson, FSA in 1883 called it the Kinward Stone. Locals considered it to be the Devil’s Waistcoat and the ridges “tis the entrails of a man.”
Photos taken August 2018. Entrail ridges best seen in Matcap.