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keithisco

Salish Sea: human foot discoveries...

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Of all the bizarre stories the case of the 15 detached feet that have been washed up on the Pacific coast of British Columbia, Canada has yet to be fully resolved...

Read More, courtesy Wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salish_Sea_human_foot_discoveries

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It's sad to say, but it almost doesn't even make the news here anymore.

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Wonder what happened to these people. One thing crossed my mind, often animals will eat everything but the feet. Surely not.

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I have a theory:

The japanese have for centuries be cutting off Shark fins (to make Shark Fin Soup) and throw the rest away... perhaps the Sharks have organised and are doing the same thing in revenge, its just that, not being very bright these scary fellas, they throw away the foot and eat the rest!! :w00t:

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I think it's somebody with a foot fetish.

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15? There's been more then that in the last five years around the Straight of Georgia. :/ no one even blinks anymore when another one is found :(

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I effing hate feet. I'm not even sure why I read this thread.

Has there ever been a story about a person searching for their missing foot?

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The Asian Tsunami theory [wiki] sounds pretty good.

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Except the feet were washing up before the Japanese incident.

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Some were, true. But I still think it could be something along the lines of ocean currents and natural decomposition. But, who knows? There could be a serial killer out there responsible for some of them, also.

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