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Know why they only find the feet? Because they are protected by the shoes from salt water decomposition and marine scavengers ...
Originally posted by stars15k
reply to post by MR BOB
The only part of the mystery is the final ID of the body part.
It's not gangs, drug lords, government agents, aliens, reptilians, Masons, TPTB, the NWO or anything else. They aren't coming across the ocean from the orient.
It's been solved why they are there. And until they identify, they don't and probably won't, know why or how the person has died. But nobody is cutting off the feet and leaving them in the shoes.
Originally posted by NeutronAvenger
Footlocker Vancouver has finally been open. Sorry, I couldn't resist.
This is very strange. What happened to the rest of these people?
Originally posted by nunya13
reply to post by jaynkeel
Great question! Here's what really strange:
Technically, they are all RIGHT feet. here's the strange part. In the only two cases where the foot was left, they were the matching feet to two victims in which their right foot was found first. Here's the detail on what feet were found and when, not including the ninth found (note also that only one victim is female and she is one of those who had both feet found):
The first foot was found on Aug. 20, 2007, on Jedediah Island, northeast of Nanaimo. The right, male foot was found in a Campus shoe, size 12, available for sale primarily in India. It was subsequently linked to a depressed man who went missing in early 2007.
• The seventh foot was found Nov. 11, 2008, on a Fraser River beach in Richmond. A left, female foot, it was matched through DNA testing with the foot found on Kirkland Island, and the woman was identified.
Originally posted by Ex_CT2
It used to be a common occurrence that investigators after airline crashes (in water) found a lot of feet floating around. There was something about the design of the footrests that tended to cut people's feet off during the crash. My guess is that these were the victims the crash of an older-style airplane, with the foot-severing footrests. Presumably owned by some Asian airline that doesn't have a fleet of newer airliners.
The 1990s assailant, Michael Robert Wyatt, pretended to be a podiatrist in order to fondle and suck a Conway woman's toes at a clothing store. He received probation, a fine and court-ordered therapy. But his probation was revoked after he was arrested in another town on similar charges.
In 1991, he was convicted of making threats for telling a convenience store clerk that he wanted to cut off her feet and suck her toes while she bled to death.
Wyatt was sentenced to four years in state prison. He served just more than one year in prison, according to Conway police.
He was arrested again in 1999 in northwest Arkansas. In that instance, a woman reported that a man, claiming to be a massage therapist, complimented her feet in a Wal-Mart store. He then asked if she wanted them amputated and showed her pictures of women with no feet.