7 Disgusting Beaches to Never Ever Visit

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Salish Sea, U.S.A/ Canada

It’s probably best to avoid any beach along the coast of the Salish Sea that stretches from Seattle up to Vancouver. More than 15 severed human feet have washed up on its shores in a seven-year saga that’s been dubbed, “The Salish Sea Severed Foot Mystery.” Some of the feet have been identified as belonging to suicide jumpers while other have been reunited with their opposite limb, but there is still no explanation for the gruesome foot phenomenon. It did however; inspire an episode of the hit crime TV-show Bones called “The Feet on the Beach.”

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Weirdest American Holiday Traditions

The holiday season is here and businesses across the United States are going all-out to make sure that their decorations are better than the year before. The majority of Americans get so excited about holidays that it’s easy to forget how many traditions are strangely unique to the American culture. Actually, there are a large number of uniquely American holiday traditions that seem strange to those who didn’t grow up here. Let’s explore some of the weirdest American holiday traditions that are out there today.

The World in Liquor

When you go out for a night, how many options for liquor does your home base bar have on offer? Sure, they’ve probably got some standard gins, vodkas, rums, whiskies, and tequilas—but probably not much of anything else. If you’re traveling, one of the best ways to start to get to know the local culture is to indulge in a popular local drink.

The World in Soda

Our taste buds can tell us a lot about ourselves. While giants like Pepsi and Coca-Cola still rule the worldwide soda market, smaller brands that represent local tastes have maintained their loyal followers for years in places like Switzerland and Barbados.