At the surface are human-like imprints that baffle many visitors. It is a common pilgrim destination for Christians from different churches who have turned the place into a worship centre. There is a hive of activity at the farm during Easter and Christmas holidays where the rock formation is situated. Mzee Musera says they intend to build a church near the rock.
Local clergy say that drawings of a lock and key at the edge of the rock show that the place is sacred. It is said that sometimes people struck by misfortunes and those faced with problems come here to pray and find solace especially during drought when church elders come to offer prayers at the site. It is said that people's prayers are usually answered.
Next to the foot prints, writings and lock and key is yet another strange-looking rock in the shape of a coffin. The six-foot rock is securely perched on a smaller one and propped like a real coffin. Villagers in Matsigulu revere it because of the shape and believe anybody trying to tamper with it could be stretching his luck a bit too far.