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Lost Ring in Firepit .. O’Neill Park, Orange County, CA. .. Same Campsite as last Recovery

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)

If you need information or help to find a lost ring or other important metalic item call or text .. Stan the Metal Detector Man … 949-500-2136

**** “Believe it or Not “  .. Taylor called me about a gold wedding lost while camping at O’Niell Park in Orange County, CA.  The location of the loss was the exact campsite that I found a motor cycle carburetor part two days before. Kind of spooky especially when I have never had an any searches at the park. ( there are 80 camp sites.)

The story goes, Taylor and his buddies were have large campfire that evening. They gathered some extra brush from the river bed to make a big fire. Sometime while the fire was still burning he discovered his gold wedding ring was missing.

After reviewing a video they had taken using their smart phones, it was on while throwing fuel in the fire. He came the next day with a metal detector and couldn’t find it.

He called me the next day. We met at the campsite, where I began to grid search the loose sand and wood chips. Taylor asked if he could help. I asked if he would use my beach sand scoop to remove the ashes from the metal lined fire pit. I had him spread the ashes far enough away from the metal fire pit so I could use my metal detector. He had told me that he had checked the ashes yesterday.. Guess where the ring was hiding ?? The ring showed up in the ashes. Taylor was a happy camper, telling me he might just leave it blacken wearing it like that for a while.

Many people don’t understand how a metal detector service works. Feel free to call so we can discuss the possibilities using a professional metal detectorist to help you find your important lost jewelry or any metal item. “I WILL TRY ANYWHERE “ ..  Mobile Metal Detecting available to help you now … 949-500-2136

Lost White Gold Wedding Band at Ulua Lagoon Ko Olina Resort…FOUND!!!

  • from O‘ahu (Hawaii, United States)

This ring find began on Sunday March 24th when I got a text from Scott who was on vacation from British Columbia, Canada.  Two days prior, he lost his White Gold Wedding Band in Ulua Lagoon at Ko Olina Resort.  He was playing football in shallow water and building sand castles with his kids along the shoreline.  He sent me some pics of the event so I was able to triangulate the search area.  Initially splitting the beach in half I ended up on the wrong side and that hunt yielded very little and most importantly not Scott’s wedding ring.  On the second attempt there were many people in the water so I aborted the hunt until Easter Sunday morning when the lagoon was practically empty.  On about the third leg of the grid search in belly deep water I got a nice strong tone on the Manticore and in one scoop there was Scott’s ring glistening in my scoop.  I went to my car and sent Scott a picture of his ring with a « Happy Easter ».  Scott finally received his ring this afternoon in Canada and sent me the awesome pic above.  That blooming tree is really special.  Much Aloha to our Northern neighbor Scott!


Lost Platinum Wedding Ring… FOUND near Pell City, Alabama!

Christina McCree – Ring Finder/Metal Detectorist for northern Alabama and southern/middle Tennessee…call or text ASAP, anytime 24/7…610-504-6135

On a beautiful Sunday morning (April 7th, 2024), I was sitting on my outdoor patio rocking chair, enjoying a cup of iced coffee, watching birds eating at my feeder and two Bluebirds tending to their birdhouse.  A few minutes into my cup, I received a call from Emily stating she had lost her wedding ring.  She had been in a car accident a few days prior near Pell City, Alabama.  Thankfully, everyone in the accident was okay.

After the accident, Emily was standing near the wood line close to a gravel pull off point near the road.  She had a flat tire and was upset about the whole situation.  She lit up a cigarette and angrily threw the cigarette pack towards the woods.  She felt her custom-made platinum wedding ring with multiple diamonds and her son’s birthstone fly off her finger.  She had recently lost some weight, so the ring was loose fitting, but she hadn’t gotten it resized yet.  Emily and her family looked for hours, raking the pine straw and even buying a metal detector, but unfortunately, didn’t find the ring.  This was the ring Emily always dreamed about, constantly sharing photos with her mom, planning it for years.  Emily was absolutely devastated that the ring was now gone.  The sentimental value was beyond words.

Emily’s mom went on Google looking for ideas on how to find a lost ring.  She came across The Ring Finders website.  They (along with many others) were unaware that this metal detecting service even existed.  Emily’s call to me had given her some renewed hope.  I had an errand to run after lunch, but I told Emily I would be on the road as soon as I finished.  Pell City was about a 2-hour drive from where I live at in Huntsville, AL.

I met Emily and her boyfriend of 17 years at a nearby Love’s Travel Stop in Pell City around 4:30pm.  I followed them for about 10 minutes to the spot of the throw.  Emily’s mom and father stopped by shortly after we did to watch the recovery.

I had Emily show me where she was standing and demonstrate exactly how she threw the cigarette pack.  It was a sideways toss with her left hand.  I had her throw one of my test rings and it went straight out near where the cigarette pack had landed.  I put on my detecting belt, grabbed my Minelab Equinox 900, and started my search.  I spent about 40 minutes checking the main radius of where the ring should’ve landed.  I expanded out further, but came up empty handed other than the usual trash metal.

I asked Emily again about the angle of her throw.  Her boyfriend had seen her throw the cigarette pack, and mentioned she had a downswing at the end.  I know that rings can land at a person’s feet or even go behind them, so I expanded the search in that direction.  The search area was now on the gravel road of the pull off point.  I was still detecting and visually inspecting the gravel area.  I was making my way towards the left side, when my eye caught a glimpse of a large and gorgeous platinum ring laying amongst the gravel.  I quickly spun around facing Emily and her mom; with a huge smile on my face, and said, “we got it!!!”  They almost couldn’t believe it, lol.  Emily and her mom both ran over and gave me the biggest hugs, thank you’s, and praised the Lord.  The excitement, celebration, and relief were again, beyond words.  Truly, one of the greatest feelings.

The ring was slightly bent and had some scuff marks on the band, so it had been driven over.  But fortunately, all the stones were still there.  There was one diamond that was loose, so I gave Emily a baggie to keep it in until it could be repaired.  Everyone couldn’t believe how far this ring actually flew and the odd direction it went.  The last picture I included shows a dot where Emily was standing when she threw the pack and an “X” where the ring landed.

We chatted for a few minutes, took some pictures, and I was back on the road to go grab a bite to eat and then head home to Huntsville.

This ring is my 50th item recovered since I joined The Ring Finders on August 25th, 2018.  It’s been such a blessing helping others and it really provides me so much purpose in life.  I give all glory to God and my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.  And a big thank you to my husband, Lindell, for allowing me to go on all of these fun and exciting adventures, lol.  I look forward to going on many, many more.

Until the next one… please take care, God bless, and I love you all!

Ring recovery in Miami Beach

  • from Miami (Florida, United States)

Metal detecting service?….call louis at 305-608-1870 if you lost any type of jewelry at the beach, in the water, or in your backyard. I have a Metal Detecting service that I can come out and find your lost jewelry. Be sure to check out my page for all my other successful recoveries don’t wait, give me a call, text or leave me a message .

Metal Detecting for lost ring at the beach at night

  • from Miami (Florida, United States)

if you lost any type of jewelry at the beach or anywhere, give me a call. My name is louis 305-608-1870.  I have a Metal Detecting service where I come out and help you find your lost jewelry. Give me a call, leave a message, text, or on WhatsApp.

I lost my ring at the beach now what?

  • from Miami (Florida, United States)

if you lost a ring, or any type of jewelry at the beach, in the sand, in the water, or in your backyard, give me a call, louis, 305-608-1870. I have a Metal Detecting service and can come out and find your lost item. This couple lost their ring in Miami Beach and immediately called me. I was able to head over and quickly find it for them. Just because it’s lost, doesn’t mean it’s gone forever give me a call, text, or leave a message and I’ll help you find your last item.

also check out my site for more of my successful recoveries

Metal detecting for lost ring in the sand

  • from Miami (Florida, United States)

if you’re looking for a metal detecting service that can help you find your lost jewelry, then give me a call, Louis 305-608-1870.  I have a Metal Detecting service that can do just that. Whether you lost it at the beach, in the water, or in your backyard day or night give me a call.  The couple in these pictures lost this beautiful ring earlier in the day, they were able to meet me later that night and within about 15 minutes I was able to find it.  If this has happened to you don’t wait give me a call.

Metal detecting Lost and found watch at the beach

  • from Miami (Florida, United States)

My name is Louis 305-608-1870 and I have a metal detecting service to help you find your lost jewelry.  It doesn’t matter if you lost it in the shallow waters at the beach, if it flew off into the sand, or somewhere in your backyard, I can help you find it.  In the photos above, he had lost this very rare and expensive watch that was given to him by his uncle at the beach The day before. It was in about 3 feet of water.  He thought he had lost it forever.  But I was able to find it even before he got there. He gave me the location on Google maps and I found it within a few minutes.  If you’ve lost something important, give me a call, text, or leave me a message and I’ll help you find your last item.  Check out my other blogs to see all my other successful recoveries.

Jewelry recovery specialist

  • from Miami (Florida, United States)

If you lost some jewelry on the beach, in the water, or in the backyard, then give me a call.  My name is Louis 305-608-1870 and I run a metal detecting recovery service.  Check out my other blogs of all my successful recoveries.  If the photos above, her husband lost his Cuban link gold ring the night before.  She came across my website and I was able to meet her up immediately and within 5 min I found his ring.  If you’ve lost something, please don’t wait give me a call, text, or leave a message.

Lost tungsten wedding ring recovered Tilden Nebraska

  • from Lincoln (Nebraska, United States)

Kati had posted in her small town social media site about needing help to find her husbands lost wedding ring. Chris was working in the back yard doing some demolition work when he put his ring in his pocket to keep it safe. Later when he got in the house and reached in to put his ring back on, you guessed it, it was not there. Julie a lady who grew up in Tilden, looked me up and asked if I could help. This is true small town comradeship. I said I’d love to come find it for them. I took a special road trip for this recovery, video below. I respect if people don’t want to have their picture taken with their ring, what matters is we got it back and made some smiles. Thanks Kati and Chris for entrusting the recovery of the ring to me.