Sixth Severed Foot Found On Washington Shore

A right foot, like most of the others:

A shoe containing bones and flesh has been discovered on a remote Strait of Juan de Fuca beach about 40 miles west of Port Angeles, 14 miles from the Canadian shoreline.

The grisly discovery comes nearly a year after the first of five sneakers containing human feet were found washed ashore in British Columbia, triggering one of the most bizarre cases in provincial history.

The latest shoe, described as a hiking boot, does not match any of those discovered earlier in Canada. But, like four of the five others already found, it is a right foot.

A camper found the large black, high-top shoe in seaweed while walking along the shore near the mouth of Jim Creek on Friday and relayed the discovery to the Clallam County Sheriff’s Department at about 2:30 p.m. Saturday.

Previous posts here (scroll down).

Hat tip: Crime Scene KC


Could the severed feet be related to the Canada Bus Slayer?

7 thoughts on “Sixth Severed Foot Found On Washington Shore

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  6. Y know, I saw this on Headline News this morning and the first thing I thought was “I bet ND will have a post about it!”

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