You just never know what you’ll find at Yellowstone National Park (YNP).
A YNP employee was shocked to find a human foot inside of a shoe in the hot spring known as Abyss Pool at the park back in August. The pool is one of the deepest hot springs at YNP with a depth of 53 feet.
They had closed the pool temporarily and reopened it. Just recently, the person whose foot was discovered was identified.
Read the full article by Sage Marshall via Field and Stream here.
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