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What the hell people?  Why aren’t we running around screaming “serial killer!  serial killer!?”  How come people across Seattle are still leaving their houses in the early mornings to jog, alone, in tennis shoes?


  • August 20. 2007:  a man’s right foot, in a size 12  running shoe was found in the Salish Sea between Canada and Washington State.
  • Six days later: a man’s right foot; size 12 white Reebok was found on Gabriola Island in BC.
  • February 8, 2008:  a man’s right foot was found in a size 11 Nike in Canada.  Do you see a pattern here…?
  • May 22, 2008:  a woman’s right foot was found in a non-Nike sneaker, in BC..
  • June 16, 2008:  a man’s left foot, in BC.
  • August 1, 2008:  a man’s right foot inside a black size 11 shoe was found in Washington State.  Which borders Canada.
  • November 11. 2008:  awoman’s left foot, in Canada.
  • October 27th, 2009: a man’s right foot in a size 8 1/2 Nike shoe was found, also in Canada.
  • August 27, 2010:  a juvenile or woman’s right foot was found on Whidbey Island, WA.
  • December 10, 2010: a juvenile or a small adult’s right foot was found inside a boy’s size 6 Ozark Trail hiking boot near Tacoma, WA which sits along Puget Sound.
  • August 30, 2011:  a human foot was found in a man’s size 9 running shoe in BC.  Gender not determined.

Eleven feet.  We now know that 2 of those feet belonged to the same person, so we’re talking nine people here.  In the Seattle papers and newsrooms, you read that experts haven’t found any evidence that the feet were manually detached from the bodies. That ankles and wrists naturally detach in the water.  That the waters are surely full of missing people.  That running shoes make feet float.  Blah blah blah.  Sometimes they say one of the people died of “natural causes” or that the person was “depressed.”  Aren’t the sad and ill the weakest among us?  They are.  Blah blah blah.

There has to be a serial killer.  This is too weird.  Has somebody called Ann Rule yet?

Also, there have been hoaxes and copycats.  See Wikipedia for some detail on that.

Here’s what I think.  Have you seen the tv show Dexter? If you haven’t, you should. Dexter is a serial killer who owns a boat in Miami.  He chops bodies up, puts them in garbage sacks & tosses them into the ocean.  What if one of those bags came open after a year or two or three?  What is he chopped people at the knee but did bother with ankles?  Guess what you’d have then? A floating foot.  Or eleven floating feet.

Or more.


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