I don't know about you, but if I had a severed foot wash up next to me while I was enjoying the ocean I might never come back. I'd probably get Tales From the Crypt flashbacks ("How long can you hold your breath?") and wonder at my own sanity. In the last 10 years, there have been 15 human feet that have washed up on the shore, which is freaky even if experts can explain the feet away.
Even the explanations themselves aren't without morbidity, although the experts claim that since there's been no "foul play" at hand, it's all good: they say that the feet just belong to the many bodies that are in the ocean due to drownings, suicide, missing persons and other instances of humans being lost at sea. They are found not just in Washington but up and down the coast, and it's such a thing that there's even a Wikipedi page cataloging each foot found.
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