Lost Wedding Ring, Skeleton Lake! County of Athabasca, Alberta.

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)

Zack called me requesting my service to locate his wife’s (Brooke) wedding ring lost just off the boat launch in Skeleton Lake.

After asking Zack a few questions I agreed to head out to Skeleton Lake approximately 160km NE of Edmonton.

I meet Brooke at the lake and she showed me the approximately area that her ring slipped off her finger. It was roughly 40 feet from the shore line in 4.5 feet of water! Brooke told me they had bought a metal detector and had searched for a few hours with no luck at all.

After about 1.5 hrs searching the sandy gravel bottom of the lake I finely received the sound that I was searching for from my detector. I used my scoop and scooped Brooke’s ring from the bottom of the lake where it had been for the past 24 hours!

I called Brooke over and asked her to look in the scoop! The look on her face was indescribable and she had tears of joy to have her ring back on her finger.

Thank you Brooke and Zack for allowing me to retrieve your wedding ring from the bottom of Skeleton Lake.


3 Replies to “Lost Wedding Ring, Skeleton Lake! County of Athabasca, Alberta.”

  1. Brooke Smith dit :

    I couldn’t be happier with Norm and his services! We looked for 2 days and even bought a metal detector to try and find my ring. Thankfully my husband found Norm online and gave him a call. He immediately headed out to help us. Norm managed to find my ring in less than 2 hours! I would recommend Norm to anyone and everyone!

  2. Asha Atkin dit :

    Norm was my sisters savior & found her ring in Skeleton lake! It was a high stress event for everyone but Norm! He was cool calm & collected like a cucumber and assured my sister the odds of finding it were high! He was a man of his word and succeeded in finding it! I highly recommend you use Norm if you ever need!

  3. Janelle Ginger dit :

    Norm was amazing! He braved the cold water with no complaint and did an amazing job. I highly recommend him and his services.

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