Salish Sea Human Foot Discoveries - Media Reaction

Media Reaction

After the fifth foot was discovered the story had begun to receive increased international media attention. With major headlines from newspapers such as the Melbourne Herald Sun, The Guardian, and the Cape Times in South Africa, the story elicited much speculation about the cause of the mystery, originating from "morbid fascination" with this type of subject, as stated by one scientist who identifies remains of victims. David Letterman also questioned two of his audience members who were Canadian about the mystery during one of his shows.

Jørn Lier Horst, a Norwegian police officer, wrote a novel inspired by the events, called Dregs (Sandstone Press 2011), in which an experienced investigator gives a new explanation for the findings.

The Salish Sea discoveries were the inspiration for a plot point in an episode of Bones season 6, "The Feet on the Beach", in which a group of feet were discovered on a beach on the American/Canadian border. In the episode, they were from cadavers that had been washed away by flooding at a body farm.

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