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Always ceases to amaze me what shows up on the beach !!! Post some of the weirdest things you've found !!!


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I use to repair and sell used bicycles... I just had to pick this up. Good thing I was able to hook it through my pouch belt !!!



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I did not take a picture... But... The weirdest thing I ever Dugg out of the southwest Jersey sand ... was an Aluminum (yess aluminum) crutch... The rubber cap on the bottom was gone... and there was duct tape around the under arm support.... It was kinda nasty as I recall... I found a pic on line that looks about what I remember...
Found a dental partial, once. Gave me the Willie's when I pulled it out as the teeth were the first thing I saw. Thought there might be a body attached.

Ran an ad on C/L for the longest time. The fact that some poor fellow or gal was missing some of their chompers made me sad...

Found it with my CZ-20. At the time, my Excal and my CTX wouldn't even pick it up during an air test. Strange...

Four tooth gold bridge and the other day a gold crown. My dentist told me that he had not seen bridge work like that since the late 60s, early 70s. Before the dental finds the weirdest finds were crematorium tags. Left those in situ.