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    Would You Find This Suspicious?

    One thing I have to admit about myself is that reading about missing people, serial killers, and unidentified remains has kind of skewed my reality a bit. I get overly suspicious of things that can be banal. I hope I'm not the only one like this.

    For that reason I like to weigh in other people's opinions on stuff, something that can't hurt in most events.

    Basically I just want to know this: if you were swimming across a lake and found a weathered woman's size 11 ballerina-slipper bobbing in the water, what would you start to think?

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    Don't you guys always find shoes washed up on shore out there?
    "Thats a picture of you, correct?
    And the other one is a picture of your dumb sister"

    JM

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    Quote Originally Posted by ttcRider View Post
    Don't you guys always find shoes washed up on shore out there?
    Not in lakes and those have feet in them.

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    I'd think that's a big foot for a woman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BayouBelle_LA View Post
    I'd think that's a big foot for a woman.
    Agreed, although isn't women's size 11 different than just saying size 11? Here's a picture. Found this shoe floating 40 yards from shore in a lake tonight. The prevailing wind and wave direction would suggest it came from the interior of the lake. Ballerina Shoe.JPG

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    Does it just look like the kind of footwear that you wear to protect your feet while swimming?

    Bottom of shoe. Ballerina Shoe2.JPG

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    Quote Originally Posted by BayouBelle_LA View Post
    I'd think that's a big foot for a woman.
    Thanks.

    IMO that looks like a regular shoe (as in, not something you would wear while swimming).

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    Any females about 5'10"-6'2" missing around that area?

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    Size 11 woman's shoe is large. I also would refer to those as 'flats' not ballerina. At first I was envisioning a true ballerina shoe with the ribbon laces and block toe. Probably just a lost shoe... maybe the person took her shoes off by the shore to wade in the water and wave came and washed her shoe away?
    "Thats a picture of you, correct?
    And the other one is a picture of your dumb sister"

    JM

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    Quote Originally Posted by ttcRider View Post
    Size 11 woman's shoe is large. I also would refer to those as 'flats' not ballerina. At first I was envisioning a true ballerina shoe with the ribbon laces and block toe. Probably just a lost shoe... maybe the person took her shoes off by the shore to wade in the water and wave came and washed her shoe away?
    Something like that would be my thought if I'd found the shoe.

    But now that it's posted here, I want to figure it out. lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by ttcRider View Post
    Size 11 woman's shoe is large. I also would refer to those as 'flats' not ballerina. At first I was envisioning a true ballerina shoe with the ribbon laces and block toe. Probably just a lost shoe... maybe the person took her shoes off by the shore to wade in the water and wave came and washed her shoe away?
    I guess it probably is just a lost shoe. I am guilty of imagining a lot of things.
    Last edited by UncoolNegated; 07-20-2016 at 02:40 AM. Reason: More info



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