There are 7.6 billion people on the face of the Earth. We’re everywhere, so it shouldn't be any surprise when a few of us turn up dead in unexpected places. Even our body parts turn up in unlikely and weird spots. A good amount of human body parts have been found along the shores of the Pacific Northwest. More specifically, 13 human feet have washed ashore in British Columbia over the course of a decade, starting in 2007, and authorities are pretty much unsurprised by it all.
You’d think that they’d have a bit more sympathy for all of the people who have either lost their lives or their appendages. While they're definitely concerned, most of the feet that have been investigated have been found to be from suicides. Still, why is it only feet washing ashore, specifically on the beaches of British Columbia?
All 13 Feet Washed Up Within A Decade
Police Believe Most Feet Belong To Those Who Committed Suicide
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Potentially Hundreds More Feet Are On The Way
People Believe Some Feet Could Be From A 2004 Tsunami