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Three Lost Gold Wedding Rings in Orchard Prairie Spokane WA ….FOUND!!!
Last week,Sue was sitting on her porch step talking to to her landscaper during the fading hours of daylight. As Sue was talking she noticed the diamond on her wedding rings was flipped downward. She quickly flicked the rings with her thumb to adjust their position. As her thumb snapped forward her three rings went flying. Quickly exclaiming “I lost my rings” to the landscaper, the daylight faded to black. A search for the rings that night was useless. The next morning a search began and ended with no luck. So Sue reached out to her community. The neighbors, her church, and the little four year old boy across the street were all praying for the ring to be found. The Minister from Sue’s church even came over to look. He saw an over grown bush right beside where Sue sat. Thinking the ring might be in there, he asked when she last cleaned out the leaves in the planter box? Little did he know that when he began to tend to the over grown mess he would remove the rings from its hiding place. As he worked with his hands cutting and cleaning up the leaves and twigs he had picked up Sue’s rings. Now from there the minister took the five gallon bucket of trimmings and walked to the backyard . He placed the bucket under a covered carport and then left. So for a week that bucket sat there untouched. Sue was devastated and distraught. She saw the rings come off and disappear. How could she not see the rings in the grass she thought. Sue had the landscaper cut the grass really short and then used a shopvac to try and pull the rings from where she thought they were hidden in the grass. Now completely stumped Sue turned to the internet. Her daughter told her to buy a metal detector so Sue typed in ring metal detectors . Instead of finding a metal detector to buy she found The Ring Finders. I hadn’t begun my days work yet when Sue called me. We talked and I told her I would be right over. I heard Sue’s story and began my search. The whole front yard, the planter boxes, under the porch, in the juniper bushes and down the front walk was where I searched with no ring found. I knew the minister had cleaned up a bush, so I asked where he put the clippings. So Sue and I headed to the backyard to the five gallon bucket. I thought for sure I would see her ring in that bucket. However I didn’t see her ring when I searched, not even in a trailer where more clippings had been tossed. Now I knew that a bagged lawn mower had been used on her lawn so as I walked past Sue talking to her about the landscaper my eyes saw a small shape in the gravel. So I asked Sue what is that? And then again I asked what is that Sue? I circled the rings and then started jumping up and down as I saw the diamond. Sue’s rings had been found. Whether it fell out of the bottom of the bucket or an act of God placed the rings in the gravel. The rings were found. We hugged a bunch, celebrating all the answered prayers and Sue thanked God and me for finding the rings. See, the three rings Sue had lost were on her hand for 58 years. When her husband Gaylon passed away 10 years ago his ring was placed behind hers and soldered together. So finding those three rings brought back the memories of her late husband and the feeling of their love for one another.
Honeymoon Celebration Produces All Rings Lost, Two Found – Sneads Ferry, NC
Kaity & Zach were celebrating their recent marriage and honeymooning in Sneads Ferry, North Carolina. While they were at a friends house along Chadwick Bay, Kaity decided to take a running jump into the bay off of the boat dock. Both of her wedding rings came off of her finger into the bay and it’s soft muddy bottom. Along with friends, they both searched for the underwater rings and came across oyster shells along the way which were thrown out of the area. During the search, Zach also lost his wedding band. After hours of searching they finally gave up. A friend found Crystal Coast Ring Finders and message was sent out. Upon arrival, I was skeptical as I know these waters can sometimes be hard or soft bottoms. This one was the latter. I was searching around the boat dock in about 3 foot of water and pulling up various items from the bottom when within the first half hour Kaity’s engagement ring was brought up from the bottom. Surprisingly, her very thin wedding band wasn’t found. During the 1st attempted search, I was able to locate Zach’s missing wedding band just under the boat dock amongst other oyster shells. A 2nd attempt was made on a different day and Kaity’s wedding band was not located. I suspect it was either pressed deep into the soft black mud bottom or thrown out of the area attached to an oyster shell cluster. Kaity & Zach were mostly concerned about getting the wedding ring back in their possession.
Atlantic Beach: Newlywed’s Gold Wedding Band Lost In The Ocean Found
Joe and his wife of two months were spending a few days with family and went swimming in the ocean. Sitting on the beach with his wife, she asked him where is your ring? It was then the shock of the loss started. Joe did some research and found The Ring Finders and contacted me later that day. He admitted, and I could tell, both him and his wife were very upset. Joe said he was swimming in chest to shoulder deep water. I informed him that tomorrow morning’s conditions would be best to perform a water recovery search and we agreed to meet at 6 a.m.
Less than 1 hour later Joe was able to grab his gold wedding band out of my sand scoop. His wife was instantly in tears. It is such a great feeling to be able to return property that holds so much value to others!
Forked River NJ Necklace lost at the Lake recovered by Edward Trapper NJ Ring Finder august 2022
Got a call today from Aubreigh. She was at the lake on Wednesday and somehow she lost her extremely sentimental necklace that was given to her by her late mother. The area where their blanket was is where she felt it was definitely lost. Sure enough, within 30 seconds if got a scratchy tone, moved the sand with my foot, and there it was. The look on her face was priceless. She was by far the youngest person I have had call, and my gosh, so professional, and determined.
Extremely valuable diamond wedding ring almost ends up in landfill…FOUND!!
Michelle contacted me on the morning of the 24th. A ring had been lost in a kitchen during a dinner party that Monday. Despite extensive searching by the family, and a plumber the ring had not been located. Would I be willing to assist?
Always up for the task, I agreed to meet her at the home later that afternoon. Not knowing what I might be facing I brought all manner of tools; my trusted metal detector, a video endoscope, long reach recovery tools, a selection of hand tools, etc.
I arrived to meet Michelle promptly at our agreed upon time. As it turns out Michelle is a fun, positive thinking individual who serves as a personal assistant for our client (who wishes to remain anonymous). Michelle told me a bit more about the back story and showed me a photo of the ring, a real Bobby Dazzler!
Garbage pick-up would be the next morning and the two of us decided that clearing the trash bins should be the priority task. We emptied the trash onto a tarp and attempted to use the metal detector to search, however the plethora of metallic objects within the trash rendered the detector useless. This would have to be a hands and eyes search.
Michelle and I kept a positive attitude during our less than appealing task and even shared a few laughs while searching. We cleared 1 trash bin, and on to the next. Just when we reached the last of the trash bags to search, I tore open a bag, stuck a nitrile gloved hand into it, and that’s when I saw the flash…we had made the recovery!
This recovery was a good reminder to me that although I have invested in a lot of special technology and tools, these are not always what is needed. Sometimes what is required is just good old fashioned search techniques, persistence, and a positive attitude. It also brings up another factor, seek help and call early. Less than 18 hours later this very valuable ring could have made it’s way to a waste station or landfill and that would have been a real tragedy.
Ending on a positive note, I was very happy that the ring was recovered and to take part in the new legacy and story of this cherished item.
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Lost Diamond Ring, Wildwood, New Jersey, RECOVERED!
Lost ring, North Wildwood, NJ, RECOVERED!
Ring lost in Mission Bay Found
Ryan was out paddle boarding on Mission Bay, when about 15 yards off shore, he took a tumble. Windmilling his arms resulted in his platinum wedding band flying off his finger and into the drink in waist deep water. He searched the best he could, even pulling up some of the sea grass, but, the ring had disappeared. He noted the spot and sadly went home to break the news to his wife. He found TheRingFinders.com website, my contact info, and gave me a call. We agreed to meet the next day at 11:30am to take the best advantage of a currently pitiful low tide. We arrived at the same time and made our way to the search area. Once Ryan got oriented and waded out to ground zero, I started my first pass out to where he was standing. I heard a few spurious signals along the way, indicating junk or something reading totally different that what his ring would read, until I got out to about waist deep water. There I got a solid 16 on my Equinox and tried to scoop the target. It took 5-6 tries in the sea grass to get the target in my scoop. After filtering the sand, mud, shells, and sea grass out, I was left with a beautiful ring staring up at me. Ryan couldn’t have been happier and more relieved to get it back. A pleasure meeting you Ryan and thank you for the reward.
Engagement Ring Lost From Beach Blanket Found By Crystal Coast Ring Finders
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EMERALD ISLE, NC —– COMMUNICATION BREAKDOWN
Kristina and Drew were spending a beautiful day on the Emerald Isle beach. Before finding a place to setup for the day in the sun, Kristina placed her engagement ring in a zip up blanket. She became alerted when she had notice that Drew had opened the blanket and placed it on the beach. Apparently, he didn’t know about the hidden ring. Kristina called me and I informed her I could be there in less than 40 minutes. Upon arrival, I searched over the blanket and received a very strong signal below the blanket. I even stated “there is your ring”. I moved the beach blanket and nothing produced a signal from my Garrett Pro-Pointer AT pinpointer. It was then, I looked up and noticed the metal zipper under the blanket. I reset and started to scan the area with my Minelab CTX-3030. I then locked onto a 2nd strong signal and this time, the Garrett sounded off with Kristina’s ring! Now her engagement ring can attend next year’s wedding!