Or the headline would read something like that anyway. Cleaning up my office a tad more I uncovered reel-to-reel tape reels, and decided that we definitely didn't have any sort of machine to play them on, so they were going in the trash.
Under that box was another box, inside of which was an animal trap. The kind that trappers use in the Canadian wilderness - the kind that snaps shut on an animal foot and the animal chews its own paw off to escape? Yes, that kind. Big, rusty metal animal trap in my office. So I pick it up by its chain and carry it over to show Mr Geography (my office mate), who says in response to my "what the hell is this?" "ew! get that out of here!".
Shortly thereafter, as I'm swinging it at arms length, I notice it actually still has a foot in it. Some poor unfortunate fox or bobcat or something, which really makes the thing revolting.
I wasn't sure where it ranked on the "mummified arm" "rat fetus" scale of things previously found in my office. It's worse than the fetuses because they were enclose in a jar, but how does it rank against the mummified arm?