Another foot in a shoe washed ashore in BC

Friday, 23 May 2008
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Well it happened again. Back in February we reported on the mysterious human feet that keep washing ashore in British Columbia, Canada.

We are now up to four feet and though police are not saying if it is a left or right foot, the three discovered feet before this have all been right and still in sneakers.

The first three washed up in the Gulf Islands. In August, two size 12 feet were discovered on Gabriola and Jedediah islands, and a third foot was found in February on Valdez Island.

To read up on some really goofy comments that people have made up about the story, head over to cbc.ca.

Best on so far: Randy_G wrote: "Police have yet to determine if this latest foot is connected to any of the other severed feet.  Let's hope they do the legwork."

More info: cbc.ca
Well it happened again. Back in February we reported on the mysterious human feet that keep washing ashore in British Columbia, Canada.

We are now up to four feet and though police are not saying if it is a left or right foot, the three discovered feet before this have all been right and still in sneakers.

The first three washed up in the Gulf Islands. In August, two size 12 feet were discovered on Gabriola and Jedediah islands, and a third foot was found in February on Valdez Island.

To read up on some really goofy comments that people have made up about the story, head over to cbc.ca.

Best on so far: Randy_G wrote: "Police have yet to determine if this latest foot is connected to any of the other severed feet.  Let's hope they do the legwork."

More info: cbc.ca
David Johnston

David Johnston

David Johnston has been introducing people to the sport of sea kayaking for the past 15 years. He is a senior instructor trainer with Paddle Canada and teaches for several paddling schools in Ontario, Canada. Full Bio.

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