A huge field of debris is making its way to the United States coastline. Over 200,000 buildings were swept out to sea following Japan’s great quake of 2011.

Automobiles, trucks and even entire houses have been spotted bobbing on the ocean and on their way to the U.S.


Oceanographers are predicting that human remains will also turn up on American coastlines. Although most of the body dissipates, feet in many cases become entombed in their shoes and are preserved enough to make it to shore after a three year journey from Japan.