When the spasms stopped, I’d need to spend a half an hour walking around in heels to stop them coming back — not what you want to be doing at 4am, three nights a week.The final straw came when I went to see pop band The Killers in the Phoenix Park last July.Charleston Police Department/Provided Police are investigating after a severed human foot was found an the Charleston City Marina this week. Monday to 17 Lockwood Drive between docks J20 and J22, according to an incident report."The complainant notified employees at the marina that a shoe has been sitting on the dock for approximately six days with possible remains of a human foot inside of it," the report said.
This time, the mystery behind the grisly discovery is no longer.I had also splashed out on tickets for a series of concerts and festivals.In previous years, I’d worn my trusty Hunter wellies to rain-sodden music festivals, but I now found myself standing all day in flip flops, instead.At this point, investigators have not been able to determine the individual's age, sex, ethnicity or pin down how long the foot has been severed from its body, Wooten said. Department of Natural Resources for information on boating accidents in the area."It's determined to be human," she said. Without (an identification) we're pretty limited."Wooten urged anyone who might have information about the foot to call the Charleston Police Department at 843-743-7200, Crime Stoppers of the Lowcountry at 843-554-1111 or the Charleston County Coroner's Office at 843-746-4030.The foot has not been matched to any missing persons reports.