- Land/Shallow Water Search
Cost For My Service
I have a required local call out fee of $25 (payable whether item is found or not). This fee is due upon arrival at your location and is used to cover gas, tolls, & expenses. I work on a reward basis, that means you pay what it's worth to you / what you can afford to have me find your lost item. Treasure research and hunting services are also available.
I search yards, gardens, parks, fields, woods, campgrounds, farms, caves, beaches, lakes, streams, in water up to 3ft deep.
Within 30 miles of Fairfax County. I’ll attempt to search almost anywhere where metal detecting is allowed.
Earl Roberts's Bio
Earl is a retired Marine who began metal detecting in 2013. In addition to locating lost jewelry and keys, he has recovered military artifacts, caches of coins, and other treasures throughout the United States and Asia.
Earl Roberts - Recent Blog Post
First time searching for a ring in a corn pit; here’s the story… Chris took his family to a local pumpkin patch last week, one of the side attractions there was a barn stall filled with corn kernels to about 18 inches from the ground, a corn pit to play in. Chris and his son […]
Over Memorial Day weekend, Conor and his wife were spending some time in their front yard when they realized that his wife’s ring was missing. They retraced their activities and knew it had to be in the yard. Conor spent the better part of the weekend combing through the grass on his hands and knees […]
Got a call from Lonnie on Friday morning; a necklace and pendant was lost in his back yard and, of course, he wanted it found. His wife was wearing her necklace and one of a kind , diamond encircled pendant while out playing ball with the dog… the dog leaped for the ball while still […]
Check out the cover photo and story on page 6 of the Burke Connection… http://www.burkeconnection.com/documents/2018/jan/12/burke-connection-january-10-2018/ Also on page 9 of the Springfield Connection… http://connectionarchives.com/PDF/2018/011018/Springfield.pdf And page 16 of the Mount Vernon Gazette… http://connectionarchives.com/PDF/2018/011018/Mt%20Vernon.pdf
On Friday, Nancy was at at the edge of her yard checking on her compost pile; instead of adding the orange in her hand to the pile, she decided to toss it into the woods for the deer. As she threw the orange, she caught the glimmer of her ring fly into the woods. The […]
Earl Roberts - Testimonials
I recently lost my beloved engagement ring and Earl saved the day! (2016)
Thank you again!
I recently lost my beloved engagement ring and Earl saved the day! I cannot say enough about how incredibly grateful I am for his willingness to go above and beyond on his holiday weekend to help us out. He was not only an extreme pleasure to meet, but an amazingly talented treasure finder. I can’t express how much the time he spent to search out my ring meant to me and my fiancé. He was absolutely amazing and I am beyond thankful for the work he did to find it for me. Earl is incredible, he is fantastic at what he does and generally an awesome person. His professionalism was exemplary. Thank you so much for your time and expertise, you made me so happy and I am so grateful people like you are out there, I cannot express my gratitude enough. Thank you so much!!
Thrilled we got to meet you!