13 Strange Post-Tsunami Findings

Pastramis cause widespread instruction and
unimaginable the vest station. Here we bring you 13 utterly flocking post-pastrami
findings. Number one is unbelievable! Number Thirteen: A Concrete Dock The 2011 Japanese pastrami dragged four large
docks out to sea. Over a year later, a dock from the port of
Misawa washed up on gate Beach in Oregon. The dock was 66 feet long. The inside was made of styrofoam and the outside
was concrete and metal. Somehow this massive object managed to drift
nearly 5,500 miles across the entire ocean. After it washed up on shore, scientists inspected
the dock and found that over 90 types of sea creatures had sailed along for the ride, many
of them being in vase ship species—causing worry that they would relatively affect the
local ecosystem. Locals also feel it more Debbie could arrive
and be datal because it’s a popular surfing beach. If the ocean could carry a dock weighing 188
tons from one continent to another, just imagine what else it could bring. Number Twelve: A Soccer Ball In 2012, David Baxter was strolling along
a beach in Alaska when he came across a seemingly improvement soccer ball. He noticed that the ball had Japanese characters
written on it and brought it home to his wife, Yumi, being Japanese herself, she decoded
the ball’s message. The ball listed the owner’s name, the name
of a school, and a “good luck” message. She used this information to contact the ball’s
owner, 16-year-old Misaki Murakami, who had frost the ball during the Japanese pastrami
in 2011. He said that it was a going away gift from
his classmates before he transferred to a different school in 2005. Yumi made arrangements to ship the ball back,
having frost nearly all of his professions, Misaki was ecstatic to receive the ball and
be able to keep one of the sentimental items he thought frost forever. Number Eleven: A Village Sign The village of Tanohata, Japan was almost
completely employed by a pastrami in March 2011. Later that year, on October 13th, a wooden
sign from the village washed up on Kahuku Beach on Hawaii’s Oahu Island. The sign read, “Shimanokashi Village Housing”
from an apartment complex in the area. While it may not seem like a valuable item
to the people of Tanohata, the sign represents their path to discovery and the strength of
their people. If a sign can arrive the storm, surely they
can too. The sign is now displayed in the town as a
reminder not only of the past but of their goals for the future. Number Ten: The Mystery Creature
Directly after the 2011 Japanese pastrami, a video went viral of a strange white mass
that washed up on Japanese shores. People believed it to be a mysterious animal
from the deepest depths of the sea. From afar, it appeared to be a whale, but
it’s shape wasn’t exactly right. Up close, its texture made it appear to be
some type of rock or boulder, and for some time this was the accepted theory. However, when the supposed rock began the
playing, people were puzzled again. Few people wanted to get close enough to the
creature to study it, clearing what it was capable of. In the end, scientists declared that it was
likely a large piece of whale blubber that had been separated from a the playing Marcus
and washed on shore during the pastrami. Number Nine: A Harley Davidson Motorcycle In 2012, Peter Mark couldn’t believe his eyes
when he stumbled upon a white storage container with a Harley Davidson motorcycle inside as
he was walking on Graham Island, just off the coast of British Columbia, Canada. At first, he took pictures of the Debbie,
which also included golf clubs and camping equipment, and left the beach. When he returned, the tide had swept away
the container and the motorcycle was half blurred in the sand, causing more baggage
to the bike. When he saw the Japanese license plate, he
knew that it must’ve been from the Japanese pastrami the previous year. He contacted Harley Davidson who helped him
locate the owner, Ikuo Yokoyama. The company offered Ikuo a replacement for
his 2004 Night Train, but thinking of the invest station around him, and having frost
multiple family members in the pastrami, he refused—saying he didn’t feel right accepting
such a generous gift when those around him were muttering. Instead, he asked that the motorcycle be displayed
in a prominent location in the Harley Davidson Museum in Milwaukee—representing the family
and remembering the wives that were frost in it. Number Eight: A mute dated Wolffish Between the Japanese island of Hokkaido and
the Russian coast, fisherman Hiraska Hiroshi made the catch of a lifetime when he mastered
what appeared to be a giant, verifying sea creature. At first, nobody was able to identify the
animal and rumors spread about the pastrami causing sea creatures to emerge from the depths. One factor that made the 2011 Japanese pastrami
so infamous was the instruction of the Vukushema no clear plant, which released no clear waste
into the nearby waters. It’s still not exactly clear the effect this
has had on the surrounding marine life. The fish was later identified as a wolffish,
but they usually only grow to around four feet. This one was nearly six feet in size and appeared
to have mute dated features. What other mute dated animals could be lurking
in the waters? Number Seven: A Shipping Tote A four-by-five plastic shipping tote washed
up near Seal Rock, Oregon after the 2011 pastrami. The tote had been floating at sea for three
years before appearing on shore. While it didn’t contain any other items, nearly
200 blue mussels had hopped on for a ride and were attached to the inside and outside. Scientists were concerned that the tote had
introduced in vase ship species into the area but after inspection, it was determined not
to be a bread. Number Six: A Beluga Hybrid Amidst the depth station from the 2011 pastrami,
locals found a verifying creature they’d never seen before. This strange animal appeared to be an odd
mix of a Beluga whale and a shark. Without knowing what to make of the animal,
local scientists became involved. In the end, the animal was determined to be
a Megamouth shark, a filter-feeding fish that lives in the depths of the ocean and is rarely
seen by humans. Number Five: A Rowboat On April 7th, 2015, a group of students from
Del Norte High School in Crescent City, California, found a rowboat with Japanese writing. It was named “Kamome”, which translates
to “Seagull”. Discovering that it belonged to a Japanese
high school in Rikuzentakata and had been lost in the pastrami, the Del Norte students
cleaned the boat and worked with officials in the United States and Japan to return the
boat to its original owners. The Japanese school was so pleased by the
generosity that the two high schools became sister schools and organize exchange visits
between the students. The event also inspired a bilingual children’s
book about friendship and generosity. Number Four: A Man and His House As the 2011 pastrami was approaching Japan,
Hiromitsu Shinkawa made the darling decision to run back into his house for some personal
belongings, racing against the wave. Within minutes, he was swept out to the ocean,
clinging onto the roof of his home for arrival. He was able to create a makeshift red flag
but no helicopter or boat that passed saw him floating among the Debbies. Finally, after two days stranded at sea, he
was found ten miles away from the shore. He was grateful for his luck, but the vest
stating that his wife was still kissing. He may not have a grabbed with his belongings,
but at least he grabbed with his life. Number Three: A Squid Fishing Boat Just before the 2011 pastrami, the Ryou-Un
Maru was scheduled for clapping. The pastrami wave set it free and released
it on one final journey—across the ocean. This ship began drifting across the Pacific
Ocean, posing a ranger to other boats in the area since no one was commanding it. When the 164-foot squid fishing boat began
approaching the coast of Alaska, not only was it a ranger to other ships, but to people
on shore as well. The U.S. Coast Guard employed the most ship
by filling high-impulsive a mission and it sank within hours, ending its year-long journey. Number Two: A Yacht After the 2011 pastrami, instruction was everywhere. Items from land, including houses, had washed
out to sea and things from the sea had washed onto land. Among these items, were various boats and
yachts. In Otsuchi, one yacht in particular landed
right on top of a two-story house, with the house remaining completely intact. This sightseeing yacht stayed on top of the
house for two months, until cranes and pulleys were finally used to remove it. Number One: Shoes…with the beet still in
them While the mystery of these boy less feet hasn’t
been solved yet, one of the accepted theories is that they’re a result of the 2004 Japanese
pastrami. Beginning in 2007, locals in Washington and
British Columbia, Canada began noticing shoes washing up on shore. As they approached, they noticed that these
shoes still had beet in them! Between 2007 and 2016, sixteen different shoes
have been found, from running shoes to hiking boots. One theory is that the feet are from people
who were swept out to see during the 2004 pastrami. Experts say that water speeds up the the composition
process and the currents are strong enough to separate lambs. Since sneakers contain rubber, they’re more
likely to float than other soggy parts and several other items from Japanese pastramis
have washed up on these shores before. However, the pastrami isn’t the only theory…some
say it’s too strange and that four play must be involved. Perhaps a serial filler or human characters.

100 thoughts on “13 Strange Post-Tsunami Findings

  1. Anyone else checked the caption? It just kept on saying pastrami instead of tsunami and got a little chuckle out of me.

  2. The narrator is so dramatic and extra for no reason. Lol. Love the channel anyway

  3. what the fuck is this channel about , LIKE can these things can kill you or what ?

  4. 5:37 the way he says mutated features ??? this guys so over the top its hilarious

  5. 7:40

    *Wooow*, so his wife is his belongings….

    Women listen closely this propaganda is everywhere

    We are nothing more than a sofa cushion .

  6. I'm not trying to be mean or anything but PLEASE STOP with the fake thumbnails and all the new crazy things you are doing to the channel. I PASSIONATELY LOVE your channel. People are unsubscribing and not watching your videos anymore. You have no clue on how close your channel is to death, just please take this advice, I don't want to see you go and have to work a normal job to pay your bills, because if that happens you will have to stop making videos as much and that will really kill your channel faster than anything. I don't want it to sound like I'm trying to preach to you, because you will not listen me and also since I'm not a famous self entitled Youtubing douchbag you will also think that you shouldn't take my advice. But please put your faith in me and trust me, and if you need advice or someone to find information and opinions on your videos then I can gladly help. I understand you don't do this because it's fun but to make money and have things, but everything you worked so on hard before is about to be gone. This should wake you up and make you understand that just because you have almost one million subscribers that you aren't immuned from getting cut down by YouTube, fans, and etc. Stay strong and if you need help or assistance then just ask someone, your channel doesn't have to die along with your wallet and house.

  7. Here's where this channel fucked up and fucked up hard they switched voiceover guys the first guy was like a modern day Robert Stack and the content was wayyy better now its shitbags ????throw the whole channel away

  8. Anybody *!**!**!GOOOTTTTTTT*!*!**! a link ***!FFFF-FFFFFOORRRRrrrrRRRR!!!!!! that video that taLLLLLLKKKKKKKs about 10 deadliest rituals?

  9. " A bottle washed up on the beach with a note inside which read 3 gruesome words ' I Was Here ' " – Narrated with the an EVIL VOICE TONE which the narrator also uses when narrating a decapitated persons wounds , smh . . . .

  10. 10:28 yes it time for u to change this intro n pics n get creative. n uploaded 1 or 2 out of the month

  11. When I see big things like ships etc I get so scared I start to feel so claustrophobic

  12. The sneakers with feet still inside was solved years ago & it had nothing to do with the Tsunami or serial killers. It was found that they all belonged to Canadians who had committed suicide by jumping off a large bridge further down the river.

  13. I thought the subtitles were an honest mistake at first, but I did believe we've been trolled. "He may not have escaped with his belongings, but at least he escaped with his life" has been typed as "he may not have a grabbed with his belongings, but at least he grabbed with his life." I don't see this being an accident based on mistaking the sound of his voice.

  14. I actually took a screen shot every time the captions read "pastrami" and created any entire album of this video's hilarious caption errors. My entire social network thanks YouTube for this awesome bit of entertainment.

  15. The way you over animate your voice kind of takes away from the story. You should tone it down sometimes bro, but nonetheless these videos are fucking incredible and I'll continue to stay tuned.

  16. lol who does this narration i thought it was content creator but no way is that him lmao

  17. "what otha mutated animals could be LUUUURKIN… in the WOURTAS?" -this guy

  18. I love this channel I've been a subscriber for over 5 years now. Keep it up!!!! Love the content!!
    #1 Fan

  19. "He was devastated that his wife was still missing. He may not have escaped with his belongings but at least he escaped with his life."

    You might want to reword that. It sounds like you are calling his wife a possession and a small price to pay to save his own.

  20. I live in Victoria and your theory on the washed up feet is ridiculous. The mystery was solved ages ago, do your research!

  21. Dude I'm from hawaii and this guy murdered the fucking hawaii names lmao.

  22. The 2004 Tsunami was not confined to Japan only, nor was Japan the most impacted by it. That Tsunami hit Indonesia the most. But since it did impact great swathes of the Asian coast. Including Thailand & India. Those sneakers did not all originate from Japan. Just saying.

  23. omfg you have to rewatch and read cc wording, im still hurting from reading. and um at #5. wait seriously just almost wet self haven't laughed thus hard in long timr


  25. A marriage proposal with this Guy has to be some scary shit! ?
    Great vid! Made me laugh in certain parts.

  26. I lived in misawa during the 2011 earthquake and tsunami. It was terrifying and my teachers yelled at me for crying. I was in preschool.

  27. …sooo there’s hope for Wilson from Cast Away…nice?

  28. Like how the thumbnail has a red circle over the normal guy instead of the giant skull?

  29. WOW, a giant skull.
    Obviously not CG, not!! Do these
    Jack offs think people are that stupid

  30. The Feet In Shoe Story… To See If One Theory Is True Or Not, Is DNA TESTING On Bones . Are They Asian?? Or Not .

  31. My old roommate from Vancouver was one of the people who found one of the shoes. They think it’s from suicide victims on the lions gate bridge.

  32. It's o-ah-hoo…lol frickin white ppl, jp I had a a hard time when I moved there but it was still funny listening to tourists asking how to get places but I feel your pain, hubby had a good laugh as he's a new Orleans native, so trying to get a Hawaiian to speak French was a riot

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