Brian Rudolph, Author at The Ring Finders

Columbia, Maryland Resident Loses Wedding Band While Taking Out Trash…Found by Ring Finder

  • from Washington (District of Columbia, United States)

Tim’s irreplaceable platinum wedding band that was lost while taking the garbage out and successfully returned to him by ring finder, Brian Rudolph.

Tim could not have been happier to contact a member of THE RING FINDERS, Brian Rudolph who successfully found the platinum wedding band in the grass.

Brian Rudolph, Lost Item Recovery Specialist (Land, Water, Sand, Snow, Leaves, Cliffs, Houses & Vehicles) Will Find Your Lost Keepsake! Call ASAP (301) 466-8644!

One night, Tim was taking his garbage out to the curb when he felt his platinum wedding band slip off of his finger and land somewhere in the grass below. He searched with his phone light for a very long time but he couldn’t find his precious keepsake anywhere.

For the next two weeks, Tim searched every morning and every evening to see if he could finally recover his irreplaceable band, but unfortunately all of his efforts still led to no avail.

Tim eventually gave up the hunt and took to the internet to seek out a possible solution to his problem. Happily, he found THE RING FINDERS – an elite international directory of metal detecting specialist who find lost rings and other important items for their clients.

After Tim and I got acquainted on the phone, we set up a time for me to come out to his Columbia, Maryland neighborhood to see if I could recover Tim’s special platinum wedding band that had gone missing for over 2 weeks.

When I arrived at the search site, my client showed me where he dropped off the garbage and approximately the location where the ring slipped off of his finger as he was walking back to his house. In all honesty, I was a bit concerned that the ring might have been eyeballed by a neighbor just because there was so little area to search and the grass was not very dense to easily hide such a piece of jewelry from human eyes.

As soon as I finished gathering all of the facts, I returned to my car to retrieve the necessary metal detecting equipment to conduct the search. I first laid down some grid lanes so that I would not miss any of the territory that I would be scanning. Then, I began metal detecting the section of common area that was out near the curb. Within a matter of minutes, I am proud to share that I was able to successfully recover Tim’s very handsome platinum wedding band that was placed on his finger by his wife Kathleen just a few years prior!

Tim could not have been happier that he contacted a member of THE RING FINDERS! My client recognized the fact that had he not called me for help, his sentimental keepsake would have never been worn on his ring finger ever again!

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Lost 10th Year Wedding Anniversary Ring After Watermelon Rind Throw…Found in Middle River, Maryland

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Metal detectorist and member of THE RING FINDERS, Brian Rudolph, found this lovely 10 karat white gold 10th year wedding anniversary diamond ring for Stephanie after throwing a watermelon rind.

Stephanie and Mike excitedly show off their smiles and Stephanie’s beautiful 10 karat white gold 10th year wedding anniversary diamond ring recovered by ring finder Brian Rudolph.

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I received a call from Stephanie who was simply heartbroken about the loss of her 10 karat white gold 10th year wedding anniversary diamond ring. She was throwing watermelon rinds off of her second story deck out towards the back of her property when her precious keepsake flew off of her finger. The watermelon leftovers mostly landed on the other side of the fence where a water runoff is located. That section is considered common land and anyone can walk back there.

Stephanie immediately went out looking for her sentimental keepsake and no matter how much she searched, there was no ring to be found. She spent hours out there with tears in her eyes hoping to spot the diamond filled piece of precious metal. Yet, all of her valiant efforts still led to no avail.

When the poor young lady wasn’t able to find the anniversary ring, her husband Mike went out with a metal detector that he bought that day and he too could not “pull the rabbit out of the hat”. That’s when Stephanie looked online and found the elite international metal detectorist directory founded by CEO Chris Turner called THE RING FINDERS. She looked up the local ring finders in her area and my name popped up.

It was such a joy talking with Stephanie over the phone and getting the entire account of what happened to her beautiful 10 karat white gold diamond ring. I told her that I couldn’t wait to get over to the property and help recover the lost piece of jewelry for the couple.

Later that evening, I arrived at Stephanie’s Middle River, Maryland house to conduct the search. The young woman reenacted exactly what happened and Mike shared where he metal detected on both sides of the fence. First, I laid grid lanes down on the back lawn and metal detected their entire backyard. Though Stephanie thought that she saw the ring fly towards the fence, I wanted to metal detect the easiest portion of the property before having to deal with the metal fence and the high grass that was on the other side of the chain link divider.

When I could not find the ring on the lawn, I packed up all of my gear and went to the other side of the fence and began searching all around that area. I found multiple pieces of watermelon rinds and I kept my scanning in that particular vicinity. It was a mess back there but I diligently detected every square inch that I could with all of the weeds and high grass that made life extremely difficult for me.

My last leg of the search had to do with switching my metal detector coil down to a smaller size coil In order for me to detect closer along the fence line. At that point in my investigation, I concluded that Stephanie must have been accurate in her remembrance that she thought she saw the ring go through the fence or over the fence. Since I couldn’t find the piece of jewelry anywhere else, I was pretty certain that I would find the ring somewhere close up against the chain link fence area.

As it turned out, I did in fact find Stephanie’s gorgeous 10 karat white gold diamond ring right up against the bottom of the chain link fence on the common property side of the divider. No one would have been able to find the MIA jewel unless they used a couple of detectors and special techniques to find “separation” between the metal fence and where the ring was buried below the grass line. I was so excited that I zeroed in on the right signal that I had been looking for all along! When my eyes beheld that beautiful piece of gold that had endless diamonds encrusted all around its lovely shell, my happiness for Stephanie could not be contained!

Stephanie and Mike were beyond elated with the news that I was able to recover the 10th wedding anniversary treasure! Just like when Stephanie expressed her emotions on the phone earlier that day, she once again broke down in tears of joy with so much gratitude in her heart for what I was able to accomplish for the couple that evening! It was all well worth the trip to Middle River, Maryland to rescue that irreplaceable keepsake! Especially after seeing the two brilliant smiles of my clients once again appear upon their countenances!

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Wedding Band Goes Missing While Germantown, Maryland Resident Rakes Leaves…Found by Ring Finder

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Jim’s 14 karat yellow gold classic wedding band recovered by metal detectorist Brian Rudolph, a proud member of THE RING FINDERS.

Moments after ring finder Brian Rudolph recovers the gold wedding band in the bushes under some leaves, Jim excitedly displays his very special “symbol of love”.

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Jim lost his original wedding band somewhere on his property decades ago. He acquired a replacement ring and then recently that too fell off of his finger. But this time, Jim was not about to let that happen again!

It was the perfect afternoon to rake leaves around Jim’s lawn. He was clearing the leaves in the bushes located in the front of the house when his 14 karat yellow gold classic wedding band slipped off of his finger and landed somewhere under the leaves that were yet to be raked.

Jim stopped what he was doing and searched for the precious piece of metal that he had personally witnessed sliding off his hand. 30 minutes later, the exhausted gentleman decided to call it quits. However, he was determined to not lose another ring like his first one that disappeared on his property. Jim went to the internet and searched for a metal detecting service. Immediately, one of my stories that I published on THE RING FINDERS website popped up and that’s when Jim called me for help.

Within 45 minutes I arrived at my client’s house. He showed me the spot in his front flower bed area where he lost the ring somewhere in the bushes. That was all I needed to know before grabbing out of the car my necessary gear to use for this particular search.

I put a 6 inch coil at the bottom of my detector shaft so that I could work in and around the well confined spaces in the bushes. Within 10 minutes, in the midst of picking up several potential signals, I received one in particular one that seemed pretty convincing. It was coming from under one of the bushes about two feet from where Jim thought he had lost his ring.

After putting my handheld pinpointer down in the very dense area of shrubs and plant life to investigate that one target, I was a able to successfully identify that object as being Jim’s beloved replacement wedding band! I pinched the yellow gold “halo” between my fingers and happily presented to Jim his beloved symbol of the marriage covenant that was made between he and his wife Judy many years earlier!

My client was extremely satisfied that he chose to contact a professional ring finder and that an elite international directory of metal detectorists exists out there…THE RING FINDERS!

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Lost Diamond Engagement Ring and Wedding Band After Apple Throw…Found in Annapolis, Maryland

  • from Washington (District of Columbia, United States)

Pam’s 14 karat white gold 1 carat diamond engagement ring and 14 carat white gold diamond wedding band – both recovered by ring finder Brian Rudolph.

Pam could not be happier as she holds up her two cherished sentimental keepsakes that were successfully recovered by proud member of THE RING FINDERS, Brian Rudolph.

Brian Rudolph, Lost Item Recovery Specialist (Land, Water, Sand, Snow, Leaves, Cliffs, Houses & Vehicles) Will Find Your Lost Keepsake! Call ASAP (301) 466-8644!

I received a call from a woman named Pam who lost both her 14 karat white gold, 1 carat diamond engagement ring and her 14 carat white gold half infinity-style diamond wedding band.

She was driving into her neighborhood when she threw an apple out of her window in order to feed some deer that always hang out on the grass on the opposite side of the road. When Pam released the apple, both of her precious keepsakes went flying off of her finger!

Pam heard a “clink” sound coming from the direction of the pavement on the opposite lane of the street. It appeared that one or both rings had ended up hitting the concrete. The woman panicked and immediately pulled over to the side of the road in order to seek after her “jettisoned” jewelry. With all of Pam’s efforts to try to recover her lost rings out there in the dark, sadly she was unable to find even one of her possessions.

Early the next morning, Pam and her housekeeper returned once more to the search site to see if they could find the two sentimental keepsakes. However, after a very long time of combing over the road, curb and grassy areas (without stepping in the grass in fear that the rings would be pushed down into the ground), the two ladies finally gave up and returned back to Pam’s estate.

Though Pam was extremely disappointed and perplexed at the disappearance of her very special diamond engagement ring and diamond wedding band, she was not about to give up by any means. The young lady went online and looked for a metal detecting service in Annapolis, Maryland. One of my ring finding articles that I published on THE RING FINDERS website popped up on her screen and immediately Pam reached out to me by phone.

Later that morning, I drove out to the search site to meet up with Pam who showed me the “scene of the crime”. The woman was extremely helpful in showing me how she drove by and approximately where she threw the apple. My client even pointed out the apple which had landed up in the grass on the opposite side of the road. This was a very important piece of evidence which would help me narrow the section that I needed to metal detect.

Once I got all of the details, I returned to my car and retrieved all of the necessary metal detecting gear that I would use for the ring search. My biggest concern was that one or both rings ended up being picked up by an oncoming vehicle’s tire sometime during the night or in the early morning hours before Pam and the housekeeper arrived. It’s very easy to miss these little “halos” out on the street or in parking lots. So it was quite possible that Pam just did not see one or both of the rings while she diligently searched that night.

Once I made sure that there were no pieces of jewelry in the road or along the curb, I scanned the grassy areas starting closest to the curb and worked my way down the street. I made several passes (or grid lanes) that were approximately 60 feet in length. Each time that I finished another lane, I moved up the grassy incline another 4 feet and started a new pass.

I encountered quite a few potential signals during my search out there along the road. However, each time that I checked out the curious target at hand, it would end up being either a bottle cap or some small piece of scrap aluminum. I didn’t give up.

At some point, I hit another fantastic target signal that was located 25 feet from where the apple came to rest. I knelt down on the ground and used my pinpointer to identify the exact spot of where the piece of metal was resting. I am excited to share that I did in fact recover the lost diamond engagement ring! It was absolutely exquisite looking! Pam was down the street looking around the curbside areas when I discovered the special keepsake. I continued with hope that I would find the wedding band some place nearby to where I recovered the engagement ring. I so hoped it had made its way to the grass and not picked up by a tire.

I thought, ‘The odds that both rings made it across the road and that at least one bounced and still made it into the grass was very minimal at best to believe’. But I kept my hope alive that perhaps the wedding band traveled farther up the hill. Well, that wish certainly came to fruition because I did in fact get another great signal coming from my detector and it turned out to be Pam’s beautiful half infinity-style diamond wedding band! It was found about 3 feet away from the other ring and farther up the hill! I rejoiced within me knowing that my client would soon be reunited with her irreplaceable jewelry!

Pam could not have been happier to be handed her amazing rings and I thanked the Lord for answering our prayer that we lifted up to God before I began the search! What a wonderful moment that was to preserve more “symbols of love” and to allow for these special stories to continue through Pam’s family line from here on out!

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Lost Family Heirloom Gold Ring, Silver Confirmation Crucifix and Chain…Found on Ocean City, Maryland Beach by Ring Finder

  • from Washington (District of Columbia, United States)

Tommy’s family heirloom 14 karat yellow gold classic wedding band that belonged to his grandfather for 50 years until he died. Also, Tommy’s sterling silver confirmation crucifix pendant and chain.

Tommy displaying his very special jewelry that he thought he would never see ever again! After a very diligent search, Brian Rudolph, a member of THE RING FINDERS, successfully recovered Tommy’s lost ring, crucifix and chain!

Brian Rudolph, Lost Item Recovery Specialist (Land, Water, Sand, Snow, Leaves, Cliffs, Houses & Vehicles) Will Find Your Lost Keepsake! Call ASAP (301) 466-8644!

Tommy’s family heirloom 14 karat yellow gold classic wedding band that belonged to his grandfather for 50 years until he died. Also, Tommy’s sterling silver confirmation crucifix pendant and chain.

I received a phone call from Tommy’s mother Kris who was extremely upset for her son’s loss of his grandfather’s 14 karat yellow gold classic wedding band, Tommy’s sterling silver confirmation crucifix pendant and silver chain that everything was connected around it.

The young lady requested my assistance in trying to recover these very special keepsakes on behalf of her son. Tommy’s grandfather wore that wedding band on his finger for 50 years until the day he passed away. The other jewelry had been worn by Tommy since he was a young boy. Obviously, there was a lot of special meaning connected to each of these pieces of precious metal.

The story goes like this. Tommy was out having fun on the Ocean City, Maryland beach with his friend. When he decided to go into the water, he took off his sterling silver chain which held his grandfather’s wedding band and the confirmation crucifix pendant. Tommy gave the jewelry to his friend who wore it around his neck until he had to leave the beach to go do something else. When the friend was about to leave, he took the chain off that he was wearing and placed it on Tommy’s shirt that was laying in the sand. He assumed that Tommy would see the chain and then place it back on his own neck before leaving the beach. Unfortunately, that’s not what happened.

It turned out that when Tommy returned from the Atlantic Ocean water, he picked up his shirt but did not notice the chain lying on top of his things. Instead, he put his shirt on and left the beach to meet up with his friend.

A few hours later, the two guys were heading to Dewey Beach, Delaware when Tommy remembered that he hadn’t gotten his chain back from his friend. He asked if he could have his chain back and that’s when his friend told him that he had left it for him on his shirt back on the Ocean City beach. You can imagine what was going through Tommy’s mind at that point. He was really upset and he wanted to get back onto the beach as soon as possible. Unfortunately, the friends were nearly 45 minutes away from Ocean City, so they decided to return to the beach in the middle of the night after returning from Dewey Beach.

After a long night of partying as well as lots of worrying (about the jewelry), the two friends returned to the spot where they were hanging out on the beach earlier the previous day. With their phone lights on, they searched endlessly and yet they had absolutely no luck in finding the sentimental keepsakes. When they were worn out beyond measure, they left the beach and returned later that morning during daylight hours and continued their mission to recover the lost property. Sadly, no matter how much time was spent looking for the gold ring, silver crucifix and chain, all of the two young men’s efforts led to no avail. That was about the time when Tommy called his mother and shared the bad news with her. In desperation, Kris went online and searched for help. Thankfully she found the elite international directory of metal detectorists called THE RING FINDERS! The concerned mother immediately looked up a ring finder in the Ocean City, Maryland area and that’s when she discovered my profile. After talking on the phone with Kris and getting all of the details, I then talked with Tommy and we worked out a time for me to meet him out on the beach to see if I could recover the very special items.

Later that afternoon, I drove 3 hours to the east coast in the attempt of finding Tommy’s lost jewelry. With every minute that passed, I was beyond delighted to be on that mission to help save very special memories that belonged to Tommy and his family.

When I arrived in Ocean City, Maryland, Tommy took me to the approximate spot where he thought that he and his friend had placed their things on the sand. There were some rocks near the water and he said that he specifically remembered that particular landmark. This gave me some confidence that at least we were in the right search zone. The only questions remained. One: Was Tommy accurate as to the distance from the water to where he thought they placed their things on shore? Two: Did Tommy accurately remember the distance (from left to right if looking towards the water) from where the rocks were to over where the guys’ things were placed? And three: Could someone have already discovered the precious metal items from the time the guys left the beach until the time that I arrived to help Tommy out? There are situations where my clients think they remember where they were when they lost their items, but come to find out, they were searching the whole time in the wrong place and with metal detecting gear that they didn’t know how to operate or the equipment was inappropriate for their particular application.

After Tommy finished answering all of my questions as to the search parameters that I was to detect, my client took off down the beach for a nice long walk towards the pier and I in turn got out all of my equipment to begin the search.

I methodically swung my metal detector across the grid lines that I created on the beach. I did not miss a square inch and I made certain that I searched much farther from north to south as well as farther distances east to west just to make sure that there was no room for error.

Once I finished detecting the dry sand that was closest to the water and then towards the middle of the beach, I started to get concerned because the jewelry was nowhere to be found. I concluded that either Tommy had me looking in the wrong area or someone had already detected that section of the beach and walked away with the lost ring, cross and chain.

My last attempt to find the family heirloom and other jewelry was to search farther up the sand in the direction towards the boardwalk. Also, I would detect farther south, in the opposite direction of where the rocks were located.

After just a few minutes of implementing this new strategy, I got a very curious signal on my metal detector. All along, I knew that if I found the missing jewelry, the VDI numbers on my detector screen would vary in sequence. This is because we were dealing with various objects and made of different metals. So, when I got that particular hit, my detector was registering numbers all over the place. That’s when I was pretty certain that I had found what I had been looking for all that time!

I’m happy to share that when I got down on my knees to inspect the sand, little by little I began pulling from down below the most handsome sterling silver chain with a large crucifix and a yellow gold wedding band connected to the chain! I could not have been happier at that moment for my client Tommy!

While I had been detecting earlier, there were some skeptics sitting nearby and they didn’t think there was a chance in the world that I would be able to recover this very special property. Just as a couple of those naysayers were getting up to leave the beach, the two of them were beyond impressed with the successful outcome! I gave much thanks to the Lord for me being able to help Tommy out! When he returned from his walk, he was extremely emotional and blown away by the news! We both thanked God together for answering our earlier prayer that we lifted up to Him!

There was a large crowd that was off in the distance and they all celebrated with the two of us! Then, a whole group of Tommy’s friends eventually came on to the sand from the boardwalk which resulted in many hugs and high fives being exchanged between all of us! I can’t express what a wonderful time that was to be able to help this young man save something as precious as his late grandfather’s gold wedding band and Tommy’s own confirmation crucifix that meant so very much to him! When I spoke with Tommy’s mother later on that evening, Kris was very choked up and her words of thanks meant very much to me! I was so glad that I received her call earlier in the day!

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Lost Ring in Grass After Bee Attack…Found in Great Falls, Virginia

  • from Washington (District of Columbia, United States)

Doug’s 14 karat yellow gold wedding band found by metal detectorist Brian Rudolph (a proud member of THE RING FINDERS) after 1 hour of searching Doug and Jenna’s Great Falls, Virginia property.

Doug and Jenna happily showing off the 14-karat gold men’s wedding band that was lost in their backyard during a vicious bee attack! Metal detectorist, Brian Rudolph, known as THE RING HERO, recovered the sentimental keepsake on the 1 acre property belonging to the couple!

Brian Rudolph, Lost Item Recovery Specialist (Land, Water, Sand, Snow, Leaves, Cliffs, Houses & Vehicles) Will Find Your Lost Keepsake! Call ASAP (301) 466-8644!

Jenna called me on behalf of her husband Doug who lost his 14 karat yellow gold wedding band somewhere out on his 1 acre property. Here’s the backstory.

The couple went to church earlier that morning. They returned home and Doug immediately headed outside to cut their lawn with his push mower. In the process of being so diligent, the young man got attacked by a swarm of bees that came out of a tree at the top of the hill.

Doug swatted the attackers with one hand while still having the other hand free to operate the mower in order to keep the engine running. Even when he turned around and retreated approximately 30 feet away from where the bees had initially invaded his space, some of the unrelenting insects followed him across the lawn.

Immediately, Doug stopped the mower because he felt a bee entering into his boot. He took his footwear off, removed the ruthless attacker and then continued mowing the lawn with a huge sigh of relief.

After waving goodbye to Doug’s family who were taking off to go on an errand, the diligent groundskeeper continue cutting grass until the mower completely ran out of fuel. According to my clients, Doug filled up the gas tank in front of the house and that’s when he realized that his precious wedding band was no longer on his finger.

Immediately, the concerned young man went back to the rear of the house and began searching the grass for his very sentimental keepsake. When all of his efforts failed to recover the ring, Doug decided to go to a local sporting goods shop and he bought a Bounty Hunter Tracker 4 metal detector.

Doug returned to his house where he spent an hour scanning is 1 acre yard for the missing wedding band. Eventually he had to give up the search because a heavy rainstorm fell over the area and so he returned inside the house for the rest of the afternoon.

Doug’s wife Jenna wasted no time in seeking another solution in finding Doug’s lost wedding ring. The young wife googled: “How to find a lost ring in grass”. She figured that maybe she could give her husband a few tips on how to effectively metal detect for a lost piece of jewelry. Immediately, an article popped up on the screen which was published by one of the members of the elite international directory of metal detectorists called THE RING FINDERS. Jenna realized at that moment that she could search the directory for a local ring finder to help the couple recover the lost ring instead of Doug trying to find it on his own with his cheap metal detector.

Jenna then searched for the closest ring finder in the area and my contact information popped up on the screen. In no time, the two of us connected by phone and we made arrangements for me to come out later that evening. The family was heading to Boston to visit family and friends and it meant a lot to Jenna to recover Doug’s lost wedding band before they took flight the next morning.

When Doug found out that Jenna was on the phone talking to me, he was extremely grateful for her sleuth work in finding a potential answer to their frustrating problem and he too hoped that I could make it out later that day rather than wait until they returned home from their trip. When Doug sent over the search form which I request from my clients, He added these words in the email, “Thanks again Brian (for being willing to come over tonight at the last minute), your attitude has made a huge difference and we are hopeful that you will find the ring before we leave town”.

Later that evening, I arrived at their Great Falls, Virginia house at 7:00 p.m. to conduct the search. The weather forecast said that the rain would subside around sunset and then begin again a couple of hours later. Therefore, I had a certain window to work with before things got ugly out there again.

Doug came out of his house and showed me around his one acre property. As he recounted his steps all around the lawn area, I marked each key spot with an orange plastic tent peg.

My client returned to his house as I began the first phase of the recovery project. I conducted an air grid search where bees first attacked my client. The area was a section that spanned approximately 30 feet by 50 feet.

When I did not have any luck discovering the ring in the first part of the property, I moved on to the second phase of my search by detecting down the hill towards the right side of where Doug was attacked by the swarm of bees. I covered a 20 by 50 foot area of lawn and still the “symbol of love” was nowhere to be found.

The third leg of my project consisted of scanning the lawn behind the area where the initial bee attack took place. Another 50 by 30 foot search section covered places where Doug stood while he said goodbye to his family and the piece of real estate where the young man retreated to When he stopped the mower to inspect his boot.

I’m happy to share that my metal detector picked up a very promising signal just 2.5 feet from one of my orange markers that was placed in the ground right where Doug said he had checked his boot for a stray bee that had made its way inside of it. When I knelt down to inspect the exact place where I detected the piece of metal with my machine, my eyes immediately beheld a very handsome classic yellow gold wedding band that was hiding below the many blades of grass! I was so excited! I found Doug’s lost ring! The entire search took about 1 hour to complete and I couldn’t wait to surprise the couple with my encouraging find!

So as it turned out, Doug’s ring came off his finger exactly at the time when he took off his boot to remove the stray bee that made its way inside. After the reveal (which brought such smiles to The couple’s faces, I took Doug out to the spot where I found his very sentimental piece of jewelry. The three of us rejoiced and thanked the Lord for helping me recover the lost ring!

The timing of finding the ring when I did could not have been more perfect in two ways. First, I was able to return the band to its rightful owner just prior to the family leaving for Boston for a week. And secondly, moments after I revealed the ring with the couple and we thanked the Lord for assisting me in the search and recovery process, the sky opened up and buckets of rain began to pour down uncontrollably for the rest of the night! The whole experience was truly providential and extremely gratifying for me to help Jenna and Doug recover their irreplaceable piece of jewelry!

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Throwing a Ring is “Normal”

  • from Washington (District of Columbia, United States)

Carlise’s gigantic 14 karat yellow gold and 2 carat diamond solitaire engagement ring with 40 additional diamonds (adding up to another 3 carats worth of diamonds)!

Chris and Carlise happy together once again now that the couple’s gorgeous “super bowl” size ring was finally recovered by professional ring finder and metal detectorist Brian Rudolph

Brian Rudolph, Lost Item Recovery Specialist (Land, Water, Sand, Snow, Leaves, Cliffs, Houses & Vehicles) Will Find Your Lost Keepsake! Call ASAP (301) 466-8644!

The word “normal” is defined as: conforming to a standard; usual, typical, or expected. When somebody gets upset with someone else, throwing a ring happens to be more expected than you would think.

As a professional ring finder, I along with many members of the elite metal detectorist directory called THE RING FINDERS have met hundreds of clients who lost their rings due to tossing or throwing a wedding band, engagement ring, sweetheart ring, promise ring or maybe a combination of all the above.

In the case of Carlise and Chris, they too had their moment of stress, and as a result… Carlise’s 14 karat yellow gold, 2 carat diamond solitaire engagement ring with 40 additional diamonds (adding up to another 3 carats worth of diamonds) went completely missing somewhere on the side of their house.

For the next week, the couple along with some of their friends searched diligently with a metal detector for the very special keepsake, but all of their efforts led to no avail. When one metal detector did not work, they sent it back and ordered a second one to try that one out and still the ring was nowhere to be found. Eventually, the couple searched online and fortunately they found THE RING FINDERS website. Before long I was on my phone talking with Chris and scheduling a time to come out to help recover his wife’s lost engagement ring.

The next day, I arrived at the couple’s residence and I couldn’t wait to get started with the search. Carlise shared with me where she was standing in the driveway when she threw her beautiful piece of gold and “ice”.

As soon as I got all of the facts, I took out my metal detector and other necessary gear from the car and started the search on the lawn just along side of the driveway. Within a minute or two, my metal detector gave me just the right signal that I had been looking for! I took my pinpointer, knelt down to the ground and carefully checked the spot where my machine was sounding off. There it was! Hidden in the grass just feet from the edge of the driveway, my eyes beheld a huge “super bowl” sized engagement ring! I had never seen such a humongous betrothal keepsake! There were diamonds everywhere around that very large 2 carat solitaire rock!

The moment that I grabbed the ring between the blades of glass where I discovered the jewel, I took off in the direction of where Carlise was standing and I immediately presented her with the amazing engagement ring! My client absolutely lost it with excitement! Carlise couldn’t believe that I had found her lost jewel so very quickly after she, Chris and a number of others had spent countless hours searching for the ring all to come up completely empty handed!

I reminded my clients before and after the search project that throwing rings are quite normal in my line of work. So many couples take their anger out on these precious objects that I call “symbols of love”. You may ask yourself, ‘Why throw these expensive irreplaceable items?’. The answer is simple; I will sum it up with two questions and two answers.

1. What’s the one object that means the most to someone at one point in time that represents love, commitment, faithfulness, covenant and thoughtfulness? Answer: A ring.

2. What’s one way to get your loved one’s attention when deciding to lose control? Answer: Throwing that meaningful and irreplaceable object!

You see, though it’s unhealthy, unfruitful and extremely hurtful to throw such an important item, it’s still considered a very normal and expected behavioral response. So much so that I truly expect to soon get another phone call or text from yet another client who did the very same thing that Carlise and Chris had sadly experienced!

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HE WILL RETURN TO YOU WHAT HAS BEEN LOST!

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Lost Water Shut-Off Valves Can Be Found

  • from Washington (District of Columbia, United States)

Arlene’s water shut-off valve that was hidden under the earth for 18 years is finally identified!

Professional metal detectorist Brian Rudolph successfully locates the water shut-off valve before a utility pipe break should ever occur!

Brian Rudolph, Lost Item Recovery Specialist (Land, Water, Sand, Snow, Leaves, Cliffs, Houses & Vehicles) Will Find Your Lost Keepsake! Call ASAP (301) 466-8644!

So many people don’t even know that their single family, row house, or town house have a utility called: a water shut-off valve. It is urgent to find the water shut-off valve in advance of a potential pipe burst. Some homes are completely flooded out because they have no idea where the utility is located in order to shut off the water flow from the outside of the house.

My Pikesville, Maryland client, Arlene, was smart enough to contact me for help in order to locate the buried utility that had been hidden under earth and grass for years! I found the water shut-off valve in less than 1 minute! Now that she knows where to shut off the outside water in case of an emergency, I probably saved her hundreds to thousands of dollars in bills related to a potential flood occurrence that could take place during the upcoming winter season!

Do you know where your water shut-off valve is located on your property? If not, take advice from a professional metal detectorist: Contact your local metal detecting service by connecting to THE RING FINDERS (www.TheRingFinders.com) website. This elite international directory of metal detectorists will help you find a qualified detectorist in your area and you will be well equipped to handle any water utility emergency at a very reasonable cost!

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HE WILL RETURN TO YOU WHAT HAS BEEN LOST!

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How to Find a Water Shut-Off Valve

  • from Washington (District of Columbia, United States)

Herb’s water shut-off valve that was hidden under the earth for 17 years is finally identified!

Professional metal detectorist Brian Rudolph successfully locates the water shut-off valve before a utility pipe break should ever occur!

Brian Rudolph, Lost Item Recovery Specialist (Land, Water, Sand, Snow, Leaves, Cliffs, Houses & Vehicles) Will Find Your Lost Keepsake! Call ASAP (301) 466-8644!

Have you ever had a hard time finding your home’s water shut-off valve? Well, you are not alone. Many home owner’s struggle to locate their hidden utility because over time the valve cover gets lost under grass, roots and mulch.

It is extremely important to locate the water shut-off valve in advance of a potential pipe burst. Some homes are completely flooded out because they have no idea where the utility is located.

So, with all of that in mind: How will you find the water shut-off valve? It’s easy. Just contact your local metal detecting service by connecting to THE RING FINDERS (www.TheRingFinders.com) website. This elite international directory of metal detectorists will help you find a qualified detectorist in your area.

I just helped find a water shut-off valve for a senior citizen named Herb who lives in a Pikesville, Maryland retirement community. He spent over 20 hours searching for the buried utility with a metal detector, along with several other neighbors who gave Herb a few extra hours of help. But none of them could identify the utility’s location. I am happy to share that as a professional item recovery specialist and metal detectorist, I was able to find the water shut-off for my client in less than 5 minutes of metal detecting!

So, the answer to finding your lost water shut-off valve is simple: call a professional metal detectorist like myself! Herb is happy that his property management company referred him to me!

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Family Heirloom Gold Pendant & Chain Lost on Ocean City, Maryland Beach…Found by Metal Detectorist

  • from Washington (District of Columbia, United States)

Shaundra’s 14 karat yellow and white gold family heirloom pendant and chain previously worn and gifted to her by her grandmother who died one year earlier.

Happiness and relief can be easily seen across Shaundra’s countenance as she excitedly displays her very special family heirloom pendant!

Brian Rudolph, Lost Item Recovery Specialist (Land, Water, Sand, Snow, Leaves, Cliffs, Houses & Vehicles) Will Find Your Lost Keepsake! Call ASAP (301) 466-8644!

I received a distress call from a woman named Shaundra who had lost her yellow and white gold family heirloom pendant and gold chain that had been handed down to her by her grandmother a year earlier. This pendant which had a large letter “E” in the middle of it, was worn by her grandmother up until the time that the woman had passed away. It meant everything to her. The special matriarch of the family wanted her granddaughter to wear it around her neck just as she had for so many years. Therefore, to lose this, there was much guilt and grief going on within Shaundra.

Shaundra realized that the pendant was gone sometime after she arrived back to her hometown several hours away from Ocean City, Maryland where she had been vacationing. It was either lost on the shore somewhere, or possibly out in the water where the woman was cooling off earlier that afternoon.

I was so happy to receive the phone call from my client. I had to drive 3 hours to Ocean City, Maryland to conduct the search, but I was excited nonetheless. When I got there in the middle of the night, I took all of my metal detecting gear out onto the dry sand and laid out my grid lines to start the search. Shaundra had helped me over the phone, earlier that day, with information that would help me strategize a particular area on the beach where I would first start my hunt.

I am happy to share that I successfully recovered the exquisite yellow and white gold family heirloom pendant attached to its yellow gold chain in the dry sand! I never had to go into the water to start looking for it because my metal detector located the jewel between two of the grid lines that I had laid down out on the sandy beach shore.

Shaundra made the trip out to the beach in the middle of the night just to assist with the search in case I had problems identifying some of the landmarks that she had given me earlier on. So, when she arrived, Shaundra had no idea that I had already recovered her most priceless material possession! My client was beyond emotionally moved by the news that I shared with her that I had found her grandmother’s special pendant that had been buried inches below the sand!

I love what I do to help people find their sentimental keepsakes! With the case of Shaundra, she will always be indebted to THE RING FINDERS for providing such a wonderful directory of metal detectorists around the world to help people just like her help recover their most priceless possessions like Shaundra’s pendant and chain!

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HE WILL RETURN TO YOU WHAT HAS BEEN LOST!

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