Several parts of the county lay claim to their own devilish tales - hardly surprising when you consider Old Nick's role in the basic premise of good versus evil.
Devil sightings in Wiltshire
At Warminster, he appeared in the form of a hare during the public execution of two men in the town.
In the nearby village of Longbridge Deverill, he showed up on Palm Sunday as a black dog and in Blunsdon, near Swindon the Devil has been seen taking the shape of a crow.
It seems that the Devil really had it in for various Wiltshire towns and villages.
The Devil tricked at Silbury Hill
The most famous story concerning Beelzebub, and his devilish antics, involves Silbury Hill, near Avebury.
The story goes that the Devil was on his way to Marlborough to bury the townspeople under a huge pile of earth but luckily he was distracted by the magical mystics of Avebury who managed to persuade the Devil to drop his load just outside the henge - where Silbury is today.
The Devil lost in Devizes
Cley Hill near Warminster is associated with a similar tale concerning the Devil - but this time it was the do-gooders of Devizes who were on the Devil's burial list.
On this occasion, the Lord of Darkness lost his way, and left his load of earth where Cley Hill is today - although, why Warminster managed to escape his efforts remains a mystery!