Disembodied foot mystery solved – one step at a time

Disembodied foot ID solves 25-year-old mystery.

A disembodied foot found on a B.C. shore last year belongs to a fisherman who died in January 1987, the BC Coroners Service said Friday.

Stefan Zahorujko’s boat was found overturned in Sasamat Lake in Port Moody, B.C., on Jan. 5, 1987.

Despite repeated searches, the 65-year-old’s body was never found and it was presumed he had fallen from the boat and drowned.

Then, on Nov. 4, 2011, a hiking boot was noticed floating offshore by a youth attending a camp at the Sasamat Outdoor Centre.

Tip: Fark.com

Well. Isn’t that interesting? One by one, the solution to the floating feet appears to be tracked down. This was a story that creeps people out but some sleuthing can answer the questions.

Here is the original story and more, more and this one.

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