Thirteenth Human Foot Washes Ashore

"The authorities have identified eight of the 12 feet as belonging to six people, and none died by foul play."

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7 Responses:

  1. Leigh Klotz says:

    It's Tanis #keeplooking

  2. Michael Sternberg says:

    The authorities have identified eight of the 12 feet as belonging to six people, and none died by foul play.

    As they say in Improv: Yes, And … So, where is the list? Darned lazy journalism!

    A cursory search at least reveals more clues as of 2016-02-09:

    Fifteen feet have washed up on the shores of B.C. and Washington State since 2007 — the latest incident was in Seattle in 2014.

    "I believe most of these were determined to be suicides," said Brown. None of the B.C. cases involved foul play.

    It appears the foot disarticulated naturally from the rest of the body, a result of prolonged immersion in water, the Coroners Service said in a release.

    So what's the current foot count now – 16 or 13?

  3. Geoff Smith says:

    Eight of the twelve feet belonging to six people, and if two of the feet leave a train station traveling at 70 miles per hour....

  4. bq Mackintosh says:

    Music: Bone Machine -- The Pixies

  5. My initial theory was that these had drifted over from the 2004 Indonesian tsunami, but since they are still showing up that is not viable.

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