Christina McCree

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  • Plongeur / Recherche sous-marine

Cost For My Service

I work on a ''Reward Basis''. This means you pay what it's worth to you and what you can afford to have me come out and find your lost item.

I have a $25 call out fee to cover my fuel expense (maybe more or less depending on where you are located.)

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As a Lost Item Recovery Specialist, I can search and recover items lost almost anywhere. Including, but not limited to: land, water, in-house/building, and vehicle searches. I have different tools and techniques I can use depending on where the item was lost.

I'm also a PADI certified SCUBA diver and can recover items lost underwater.

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I live in the Huntsville, Alabama area, but I'm generally willing to travel wherever needed to help you find/recover your lost item.

Christina McCree's Bio

My interest in treasure hunting and metal detecting began at a young age. I bought my first metal detector when I was a teenager. My hobby was put on hold while I served in the Army for 5 years. I got back into metal detecting in 2012 after settling down in the Huntsville, AL area.

I joined The Ring Finders, because I enjoy helping people and finding lost items. Reuniting someone with their lost item is truly one of the best feelings in the world! It’s an absolute blessing that I'm able to use my hobby of metal detecting to help others!

Please call or text me ASAP, anytime 24/7 at 610-504-6135 and I'll do my best to find your lost item and return it to you. Here's a second chance to find what you thought was lost forever. I look forward to helping you!

For details on my past recoveries, please check out my Recent Blog Post and Testimonial sections below.

Christina McCree - Recent Blog Post

Christina McCree - Témoignages

  • She was very professional, understanding, and easy to work with. (2021)


    I contacted a Ringfinder, Christina McCree, here in Huntsville, AL about finding my wedding band. She was very professional, understanding, and easy to work with. After losing my ring playing some messy games with our youth at church, my wife and I were disappointed. It was a huge relief when Christina came out and found our ring the same day I contacted her. I can’t say enough about how awesome and efficient she was. She quickly found it and we were able to celebrate a few moments with her and our entire youth group at church. I’m grateful for this organization. Just wanted to let you know.

  • God bless the Ringfinders!! (2020)


    The Ringfinders rock!

    Christina and Lindell never gave up on finding my ring. After 20 years I had basically given up hope of seeing my UA class ring again. It was so frustrating to know my ring was in that pond but lost forever.

    To Christina and Lindell this a true calling, reuniting people with their keepsakes.

    God bless the Ringfinders!!



    Im just still in Disbelief. I lost my wedding ring yesterday in the city of Tuskegee Lake.. I know right.. But let me Introduce to you The RING FINDERS!! THE MOST BEAUTIFUL SPIRIT PERSON YOU WILL EVER MEET. I CANT TELL YOU GUYS HOW THANKFUL I AM FOR GOD TO SEND HIS ANgel on Earth. Who traveled 300 miles. Got up out her bed. At 4 in the am just to get here at 8am found my ring in less then 15mins!!! Yes!! Ring Finder #Christina really exist. OMG,, IM STILL OVER AMAZED AND AT TOTAL SHOCK. THANK YOU SO , SO , SO, SO MUCH. MAY GOD CONTINUE TO BLESS YOU.. THANK YOU ..

  • I can not say enough about Christina (2019)


    I can not say enough about Christina. I lost my engagement ring the day before Valentine’s Day. I thought I could narrow down the time and area so I rented a metal detector and spent hours searching. By Friday evening I decided I would try a professional. I looked on Craigslist and her name came up. Interestingly, she had just renewed her ad that morning. Christina came out and methodically searches an area where I had thrown a tape measurer to my husband. After an hour we moved the search to some hay bales. We were in the process of untarping and getting ready to feed cows when I realized my ring was missing. She retraced my steps to the bales and then started around the bales. Because I had been on the bales, I asked her to go over the ends of the bales. After just a few minutes and the use of an impressive pin point detector she came up with the ring.

    That ring represents 34 years of marriage and for me it was a reminder that I was never alone when we had to be separated through military service, a child’s cancer treatment, and a granddaughter’s cancer treatment and subsequent passing. That ring represents a marriage forged by love and laughter as well as hardship and tears so the emotional attachment is one that I could never put a value on.

    Thank you Christina!!!!!!!!