The unexplained Case of the Severed Feet in British Columbia Many people found a number of things when walking on the beach: Shells...

The unexplained Case of the Severed Feet in British Columbia


The unexplained Case of the Severed Feet in British Columbia

Many people found a number of things when walking on the beach: Shells, buried treasure, crabs, and dolphins among them. But if you visit on a beach in British Columbia, you might feel like to keep an eye out for something a little more ominous—there in the past few years about 15 severed feet have washed up on the seaboard. On May 6 the latest was found according to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police wedged in a mass of logs on Gabriola Island.

The feet have been shocking unlucky British Columbians for over a decade. On Jedediah Island the first appeared back in 2007; it was ultimately matched to a deceased man whose family declined to offer additional information. But Bizarre not exactly alarming until another showed up on Gabriola Island less than a month later. Most remained anonymous though some were matched to missing persons more feet followed, as an alternative, police focused on the fact that each foot was encased in a running shoe—though sizes, genders, and brands differed.

A real-life episode of “The X-Files” is similar to this incident, but it turns out there is a completely sensible reason for the severed feet: at all They are not really “severed,” which would point to cutting or slicing, scientists tested the theory, the feet likely belong to suicide, drowning, or plane crash victims. It’s ordinary for decayed bodies to come apart at the joint, making it natural for the foot to come apart from the leg. But if that is the case, will not it be similar to the washing hands on the beach? Shoes come from the words there.


When the rest of the body naturally decomposes in water, feet are astonishingly well confined inside the rubber and material of a shoe. The soles can be attractive floating, and sometimes air pockets get attentive inside the shoe, manufacture it float to the exterior. Most of the “severed” feet have been dressed in jogging shoes but at least one case involves a hiking boot. In that case, the boot was matched to a man who went missing when fishing more than 25 years ago. The freshest case also involves a climbing boot.

But Why British Columbia discovers it? An oceanographer named Richard Thompson said, “There’s a lot of recirculation in the area; we were working here with a semi-enclosed washbasin. Fraser River, False Creek, Burrard Inlet—all those regions around there are rather semi-enclosed. The tidal currents and the winds can keep things that are balanced recalculating in the scheme." In Washington State Several feet have also been found additional south that shares a system of coastal waterways by British Columbia.

Though others people don’t believe this scientific psychotherapy. Michael Slade still wonders if a serial killer is afoot who Criminal lawyer and crime author was. "We also have to think that this could be a serial killer," he said that an important person who right now is under the radar.  

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