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Canadian floating feet mystery deepens

Foul play was not suspected because there was no sign of trauma!
WTF!?
For the 11th time in the past four years, a human foot in a sport shoe was found on a Pacific Northwest shoreline.Foot No. 11 was found Tuesday near a marina in an inlet called False Creek, police in Vancouver, British Columbia, said. Foul play was not suspected because there was no sign of trauma, coroner Stephen Fonseca said in a report from CNN affiliate CBC.
“These human remains did not show any evidence of trauma whatsoever,” CBC quoted Fonseca as saying.
DNA samples from foot No. 11 will be compared to DNA obtained from family members in missing persons cases to try to establish an identity, he said.
So who do the feet belong to and how did they meet their demise?
One foot, found in August 2007 on Jedediah Island, British

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Added: Sep-1-2011 Occurred On: Sep-1-2011
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  • No mystery.
    When Canada converted to the metric system, they didn't need feet anymore.

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  • Probably from the tsunami. Thousands unaccounted for.

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  • I've heard about this and it is indeed weird.

    The Game Is Afoot Watson

    —Sherlock Holmes

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  • Aliens abducting people and cutting off their feet.

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  • Are Canadian homicide investigators really this lame?

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    • @k-doe

      When they have had 11 separate incidents, it is time to start digging for answers. Sure it could be remains of someone killed by mother nature overseas, but it could also be body parts dumped by some murderer in Canada. If it happened once, I can see it, but 11? damn

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  • If it were just a case of a floating shoe then they'd be washing up all over the world, so that's BS. When and if this is ever solved it will be nefarious in nature. I might be wrong but haven't they all been left feet?

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  • has anyone seen my foot? i lost it somewhere in Canada

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  • You seen one dismember foot in a shoe you seen them all.

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  • Canada. Land of mystery. Has anyone bothered to check up on all those retired Twin Peaks writers?

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  • there were actually more feet than that, but if they're size 8 or less you have to throw em back.

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    • @Ham_Sandwich27 I see your point and agree. Except for one interesting question. When the Oceanic current comes from the North Pacific, it hits in the mid California area. Then it turns and does the Alaskan rotation. Upwards from there. Why hasn't there been any found along California or Mexicos shores, or at least that we havent heard of? I agree that these people may or may be accident victims from such as a Tsunami but really find it strange that they are all going north. It would be amazing More..

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  • That's not really that many at all .
    You fuckin joshin' ?

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  • This is not a mystery. The new running shoe materials just don't break down in the water the way older shoes did. Canvas and leather are consumed by bacteria - not so, plastics. So once the body of the suicide or accident victim decomposes and the ankle disintegrates, the shoe is free to float up with the foot bones inside. So, its not a mass murderer with a foot fetish - just everyday science.

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