I just want to say some of my family is full aboriginal, we own a 3-million dollar station called Billadowns. I have heard stories about the legend feather foot many times and do believe in him. He is an aboriginal spirit who looks over people and if they do something very horrific he will chase you and spear you in the back with his spear. You can't see the spear but you can feel the terrible pain. You need a full aboriginal to get it out.
It happened when I was about 10 years old, we were sitting outside cooking a barbeque when I looked down past the horse stables and out across the plane and I noticed the wild brumbies (they are protected on our property) running at full gallop away from the red sand hills about a 2km's away from the farm house. I wanted to see what they were running from, I got about 500m to where the horse corral and stables where and froze still.
Standing on top of the sand hills was feather foot looking down on us. Just so you know, horses sense spirits and won't go near them usually. Thats what they were running from. I ran back to the house screaming. My aunt explained he can't come into the house because the crystals hanging from the front door. The light from the crystals being too bright for them to pass. I felt a little bit better then uncle son drove me in the work ute over to the sand hills but instead of driving over them, we drove around them.
Behind it, uncle son explained that this was an aboriginal burial ground and that was what he was watching over and protecting. Still to this day I only go out of the farm house if I'm riding my horse or have crystals hanging around my neck or in the ute's. At least I'll know when my horse bolts its because of him!