Jeff Morgan, Author at The Ring Finders

Huge Heirloom 1911 King George Gold Coin Ring Recovered Beyond All Odds Seattle, WA

  • from Mercer Island (Washington, United States)

 

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June of 2021 I came across a public post of a gentleman who had just lost a very important gold heirloom coin ring in the heart of down town Seattle. This post caught my attention and drove some immediate concerns due to the excessive amount of details that were published. This compelled me to reach out to offer a hand of assistance. 

I do not judge anyone or hold anything against them as I fully understand most often these are great people that have found themselves in a terrible situation trying anything that comes to mind to find a way to get their most precious keepsakes and valuables they hold close to heart found and returned to them. We understand it’s often a stressful situation and most are not prepared or trained on how to approach such a situation. Fortunately an army of professional recovery specialist are scattered across the country continually looking for opportunities to serve the public in getting their lost items found, recovered and returned to their rightful owners. To date we have found no better way to showcase our professional capabilities than by being members of the number one global listing service TheRingFinders.com Please share “TheRingFinders” on your social media so more people are made aware of our amazing services. The more that hear of “TheRingFinders” means the more precious items of value that will be recovered and returned to those that have lost them.

I quickly reached out to this man and learned that Louis was devastated having had just lost a very important heirloom gold coin ring that meant the world to him. He explained that it came from his great-great grandfather, had been in the family for nearly one-hundred years, passed down to him. He was perplexed because his ring is a huge gold 1911 King George coin ring and very hard to miss. He briefly explained his situation and that he had been retracing his steps and has some real concern for the city sidewalk area in-front of his corporate office building in down town Seattle.

The first thing I was able to do for him was to explain some very important tips on how to modify his Craig’s List post. He agreed and adjusted his post to the community. Our biggest concern when people put excessive details it that they have now just invited everyone to search for their lost items in public spaces.  Outside of a stressful situation most of us would agree that there are those that potentially scan Craig’s List looking for opportunities to find valuables for their own personal gain with zero intent to ever return the found items to their owners. I tend to refer to these types as the “sharks”. The last thing anyone should do is to crate a feeding frenzy by posting all details of their lost to any blog or public service. It only empowers a situation of opportunity for the “sharks” to visit these public spaces looking to score some treasure all for themselves. Believe me it may likely happen more than any us really know for the simple fact they don’t tell anyone when they take advantage and find your lost items.  It may not be all that often but if you lost one item that means the world to you, you would not want to inform the public at large that you have an expensive diamond wedding ring lost in this park and all the details of its physical description and detailed location. It’s a risk you can’t afford. Don’t do it!

Fortunately there is a better way and we are happy to share the good news. It’s critical to reach out to a lost item recovery specialist from TheRingFinders.com as your first priority. Look for a specialist in your local community that has a track record of success, concern and professionalism in lost item recovery. Theres is may recovery specialist  listed on the directory and even if some one appears to be at distance don’t hesitate to reach out for a quick phone call. You might be surprised at the level of support you find. Remember your lost items means the world to you so don’t give up if you don’t find someone initially, don’t give up. Keep calling TheRingFinders until you connect with someone that can provide some assistance. The point is by having an experienced person on your team even if only by phone consultation can greatly improve your chances of a successful recovery as we learn from this post.

The story went like this Louis had a routine of taking his ring off each night and placing it on his night stand. He would put it on in the morning while getting ready for work. His wife would drive him and his dog to the office in the morning. He had the opportunity of having his pet at work and when he went outside for a break mid morning he noticed his ring was not on his finger! His ring is huge and you would probably see it half a block away on his hand. So his frantic search started and eventually he posted to Craig’s List with all the specifics of his loss thinking it could have been lost outside in the street or walkways.

After spending some time conversing with him he learned of my skills and shared in confidence many details. One of our last discussions ended with him about to go back out looking in the streets. I agreed that I would pay a visit to the area the next day to do a final sweep if necessary. After that discussion I sent him one last recommendation texted to his phone. As crazy as it may sound you need to check all of your household garbage before it gets collected by the city. We’d hate for it to be lost forever in such a way. 

Some short time later I got an amazing call back that he found his ring in his “bin”. I thought he said den or home office and he clarified “bin”. I said oh do you have a trash bin near your nightstand that the ring fell into? 

He said no he was about to go back to his office and scour the city streets like a crazed lunatic but happened to see my last text message and decided to investigate his house hold garbage upon my recommendations.

It turned out in the morning while preparing for his day he had grabbed some stale dog treats and tossed them into a garbage bin at his home as he went out the back door. He looked in that trash bin and found his ring!!!

He was so grateful for the time spent chatting and now has his family heirloom gold King George ring back on his finger!

I am always blown away by the twist and turns these recovery sorries take and so humbled to be a part of an amazing team of recovery specialist doing this specialized type of work. 

We can’t guarantee a recovery every time. However people tell us that by having us help them they know they have done the very most that anyone could do. Many times they have reported that they have gained a great since of closure after our work is performed.

If you lost an item of value reach out to me directly for a quick chat so I can formulate a recovery plan for you!

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Diamond Wedding Ring Slips Through The Cracks Bathroom Blunder Beacon Hill Seattle WA

  • from Mercer Island (Washington, United States)

   

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Watch this video of Kelly’s lost wedding ring eaten by a bathroom cabinet in Seattle, WA.

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This adventure started back in February of 2021.  At that time I had helped our local KIRO morning news talk show anchor locate her lost wedding rings. Out of this exciting recovery effort a radio interview was published showcasing the amazing services of TheRingFinders.com

KIRO News Story:

https://omny.fm/shows/seattles-morning-news-with-dave-ross/meet-the-ring-finders-a-group-reuniting-married-co

This piece aired around Valentine’s Day 2021 and grabbed the attention of many people in need of lost item recovery support. One of those that reached out to me was a woman named Kelly. She shared with me that quite some time ago she was at her parents home in Seattle and had lost her wedding ring. She was inside the bathroom and needed to secure her ring. She opened the cabinet door under the sink and quickly tossed her diamond wedding ring onto the shelf, closed the door and heard a clink clink sound. She opened the cabinet door and the ring was gone! After a quick look she notice a substantial crack in the back of the cabinet and knew her ring had gone into the crack. Kelly’s father did as any good father would and got some tools out and made a hole in the lower portion of the cabinet and the search was on but no one could find the ring after much effort and searching. They noticed there a heating and cooling vent near this same area and became somewhat concerned the ring might have gone into the ducting. After all their efforts the ring was not found.

Kelly’s husband bought her a nice replacement but it was just never the same as the ring she got married with. The story seems to go cold and and they basically thought that some day many years later they might have to rip the whole bathroom counter out to locate the missing ring.

When Kelly heard the KIRO new interview she contacted me asking if I could help! Of course I was eager to assist and reassured her I had the proper tools and experience for this type of search. However due to her elder parents and COVID vaccinations just coming on board we had to set a schedule a few months after we were all vaccinated. That day finally arrived and so did I will my tools in hand with an eager anticipation to find Kelly’s lost wedding ring.  

It is important to note that a common misconception is that I am just a guy with a metal detector. In reality I am a recovery specialist and the metal detector is only one of the key tools of my trade. There is quite a bit to be said for my investigative approach in collecting as many details as I can before ever stepping foot on to the site. After a detailed discussion I am best prepared with the proper tools and formulated game plan on how to go about the search in the most effective ways. For in home searches most times my go to tool is a video endoscope. Structures are full of metal and can’t be shoved in the tiniest of cracks. Honestly the video endoscope is an amazing tool as it has helped recovered a lot of lost rings and small items of value.

When I arrived and was introduced to the bathroom it was immediately apparent that the rings most likely fell through a decent size crack. It was also apparent that Kelly’s dad went through quite the effort in busting a hole in the lower cabinet tying to gain access to find the ring. After quite some time and effort with my endoscope looking behind the cabinet, into the walls, and inside the heating ducting the ring was not immediately apparent. Using a small vacuum I removed a small pile of plaster and debris and still had quite the challenge. Then a small tinny glint of white gold appeared in the very bottom of the crack. At first I did not want to jump the gun and get over excited. As we often find other metal items that may look promising at first but turn out to be a dud. After a bit more cleaning and repositioning my inspection camera I caught a side view of one of the prongs and that shine only a diamond can make. I was on the ring now! I carefully tried to pry the ring free but it was wedged into the crack and was not coming loose. Another special tool I carry is a medical grade gripper cable that doctors use to retrieve foreign objects that have been swallowed by their patients. This little crab claw gripper is a precision tool and not one easily obtained in your standard hardware store. With this gripper I was able to get the proper grasp on the ring and shake it loose as if I was pulling a loose tooth. After a few gentle tugs the ring came free from its hiding place. 

After announcing the recovery of the ring and sharing a moment of overwhelming joy I learned that it has been stuck in the cabinet for the past four years!  It never ceases to amaze me even after having done this work for a few years how these rings can find the crazies of places to hide. I will let you in on a little secret thought if you have lost a ring or item of value it will serve you well to find a Recovery Specialist to work your case because we study the trends of lost items and behaviors of people and have figured a few common things out the tend to work to our advantage in positive recoveries. It is true we never stop discovering, learning and being amazed at the crazies stories in how these rings get reunited to their loved ones! 

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If you lost an item of value reach out to me directly for a quick chat so I can formulate a recovery plan for you!

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Sylvia Loses Three Diamond Wedding Rings Frantic In Home Search Tacoma WA

  • from Mercer Island (Washington, United States)

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This amazing story started with a call for help from a very stressed and tired couple. Sylvia and Callan reached out to me asking for my assistance in helping them find three missing diamond wedding rings.  We had a very extensive phone conversation and through my interview approach we reconstructed a time line and possible conditions that may guide us to recovery plan. So many great successes have happen when people take the time to open up and share the details of their loss. An open mind always helps when people are willing to be lead though the process as participants rather than bystanders. I tell people all the time the end goal is that your lost item of value is recovered however this may come about. I don’t have to be the one that finds it just allow me to assist you. We put a lot of ideas on the table and figured out where best to put my hands to work where it makes the most since. I told them its a team effort and hopefully by the end of the process we will have found your rings or at the very least have some strong confidence where it isn’t.

Sylvia’s three diamond rings were last seen on on her night stand on Thursday and it came to their attention two days later on Saturday they they were gone no where to be found. After a frantic few days of searching their home they contacted me on Wednesday the 2nd asking for help.

Callan explained his wife had just lost three separate gold wedding rings totaling several carrots in diamonds. I learned Sylvia is in the habit of taking her rings off each night and placing them in a dish on her night stand. When she went to collect her rings a few days later all three rings were missing and no where to be found. I inquired if any external people had access to her apartment. They explained their four year old daughter was at the home when the rings went missing. They had asked her and got mixed answers. It was also told to me that Sylvia had found her rings on the bed before because the young girl had previously played with them. There was no other persons in the apartment. They have a dog that doesn’t get on to things and a cat that may have jumped on to the night stand. We all had our suspicions that the young daughter might have migrated the rings to different places in the home that they had not looked yet. Prior to calling me they went through every inch of her things with not even a single ring found. I said that is odd that you lost all three and have’t even found one yet. I was told before she started lookin for her rings they had been cleaning the house all day. The whole time the daughter was happily at play.

I threw out a lot of typical suggestions to check clothing. They informed me they had already looked over their washer and close dryer. I also inquired about all the house hold garbage. Callan said he had gone through all of it. I pressed him a bit and asked how thorough of an inspection he had made. I was reassured with his military experience and deep drive to find his wife’s expensive wedding ring set he searched every scrap. A short time later in the conversation they had a memory that it might have been possible the kitchen trash was the only bag that was taken outside to the dumpster. They said that was about a week ago and believed it could have already been collected. I tried to reassure them that we needed to remain positive and not think the worst. They still had a lot of area to search within their home and soon there after I would drop by to do an in home inspection. We had schedule the home inspection for the 10th. In the mean time I left them with plenty of tips on how to continue searching and stressed that they had to remain very detailed and concise with their efforts. I left them with the following statement, “I pray God’s hand of protection are upon your rings, that they are still in the home and that we recover all three of them shortly!”

The next morning June 3rd at 8:45 AM I find the following photos on my text message from Callan. 

               

   

Callan writes, “Found them in our trash bag at the bottom of our apartment dumpster.”

As soon as I noticed the text message I made a call to get the details. Callan told me that night in his sleep he recalled vacuuming his master bedroom while helping with the house cleaning effort. He remembered hearing three distinct noises being vacuumed up but thought nothing of it at the time and carried on. After the vacuuming the canister vacuum was emptied onto the kitchen trash and then that trash was taken out to the dumpster! When he woke up he went straight outside to to find a completely full trash dumpster He said he trashed a pair of pants and shoes as he made his way to very bottom of the dumpster where he located his kitchen trash bag. He noticed the pet hair and initial located two of the rings fairly quickly, got a bit stressed but found the third after a little more digging through the pet hair. They suspected Sylvia may have been hurried when she placed her rings on the corner of the night sand and possibly not into the dish. There was also some possibility their cat could have jumped onto the night stand as some point batting the rings off the table onto the floor below. As we were speaking on the phone wrapping up our conversation he stopped me to let me know the trash truck had just arrived to empty the dumpster! 

Thank God for answering our prayers and prompting Callan in the middle of the night. We were all so very thankful for the outcome and once again shocked to learn of another set of wedding rings, this time not just one ring but three all being saved within moments of being hauled to the landfill never to have been seen again.

If you lost an item of value reach out to me directly with a phone call for a quick chat so we can work together to formulate a recovery plan for you!

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Lost Tungsten Wedding Ring in Back Yard Everret WA

  • from Mercer Island (Washington, United States)

   

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Watch this video of Tim’s launched wedding ring in the back yard recovered in Everett, WA.

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This adventure started back in February of 2021.  At that time I had helped our local KIRO morning news talk show anchor locate her lost wedding rings. Out of this exciting recovery effort a radio interview was published showcasing the amazing services of TheRingFinders.com

KIRO News Story:

https://omny.fm/shows/seattles-morning-news-with-dave-ross/meet-the-ring-finders-a-group-reuniting-married-co

This piece aired around Valentine’s Day 2021 and grabbed the attention of many people in need of lost item recovery support. One of those that reached out to me was a mother named Janice. She told me that her daughter had been tossing snow balls in their back yard, had lost her wedding ring and they were franticly searching all over when she heard the radio interview. In our initial correspondence I instructed her family to carefully check all gloves and clothing and the surrounding area but to be reassured I was on my way to do a search. My schedule was set to come out quickly there after however before I showed up I got the good news. Janice reported that her daughter had located her wedding ring inside one of the glove’s fingers. I was happy to hear the good news, shared some smiles over the phone and in closing reminded them to keep me in mind anyone else ever needs some lost item recovery help to reach out to me.

Fast forward to May 2021, I received a phone call from Janice again. As the call came across my phone I scratched my head as her name seemed very familiar. She quickly explained her daughters past situation then proceeded to tell me her son just had a recent incident in their same back yard. She told me that he had a bit of a stressful moment and threw an item across the back yard. In doing so his large chunky wedding band launched off his finger at the same time.  They had searched all over with no success and asked if I could pay a visit to look for his ring. Of course I was happy to take the call and meet up with them soon after. 

When I arrived her son, Tim, explained he had tossed a bottle across the yard and his ring flew off. I reassured them that we all have our moments but not to worry that his ring was some place in the yard and being that this was a recent incident we had a great opportunity in finding his ring. He describe his ring as a chunky black wedding band with flat sides like a hex nut. 

After searching the yard with my medal detectors and visually searching several hiding places with a bright flashlight in hand I eventually made my way back to my starting point. This is where I located his ring no more than maybe a few feet from where he had made his initial toss. His big chunky tungsten carbide wedding band was found laying obscured by some thick grass just waiting to be discovered by my medal detector.

Tim and his family were happy to see the ring recovered and back on his finger. All was well once again with smiles and appreciation for Tim’s recovered wedding ring.

Watch my video to see first hand the recovery of Tim’s launched wedding ring as I go full circle throughout the yard to find it back where I started the search.

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If you lost an item of value reach out to me directly for a quick chat so I can formulate a recovery plan for you!

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Seattle Ring Hunter Recovers Cell Phone from Hicks Lake Lacey WA

  • from Mercer Island (Washington, United States)

      

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Watch this video of Shannon’s dropped cell phone recovered from Hicks Lake in Lacey, WA.

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Shannon called me sharing that she had just dropped her cell phone in to Hicks Lake. She was with her friend Karen enjoying a day of paddle boarding when this incident took place. Shannon fell off her paddle board into the lake. Karen’s dog then jumped from one paddle board to the the other to help Shannon. Karen then also fell of her board and her dog then jumped back to Karen’s board. In all the commotion Shannon’s iPhone 11 fell off her board into the lake and down it went! 

Shannon told me a few key points of information during our pone interview. Her iPhone 11 was not backed up so it was important to recover it. The phone was inside one of those clear PVC plastic phone bags with a clip on the top and a neck lanyard. She could not see the bottom of the lake where the phone dropped however they were relatively close to shore. Fortunately the drop zone took place next to a residential buoys so there was a solid land mark to work from. She told me there was about three white jug buoys. However the one they were closest to had a big handle and no label or printing any longer on the container.

After hearing all this I asked a slew of inquisitive questions to aid in the efficiency of my search. I said if the buoy is the center of the clock and shore is at 6 o’clock what bearing would you say the drop zone is from the buoy.  She thought about it and told me 11 o’clock seemed to be most accurate.

Due Shannon’s work schedules she sent her friend Karen to meet me on site who also witnessed this whole event take place. I asked the same clock bearing question to her without any prompting and after a bit of though she also confidently stated 11 o’clock. This was reassuring to me as viable intel to work.

Having my dive scooter greatly improve my efficiencies on this dive to motor over to the buoys to start my dive search. When I arrived at the first buoy I could not see any of the others from my low position in the water. I noticed a white jug with a handle and no printing on the side so I felt confident I was at the “drop zone” and proceeded with my first dive. I worked the area with a max operating depth of 15’.  After a bit of time using visual inspection, medal detection and a bit of scooter searching I was perplexed after 40 minutes of work. I surfaced to clear my mind for a quick reset when it occurred to me I had possibly been searching the wrong buoy. I then inspected the buoy I just dove and the back side of the container still had a label on it. At this point I also remembered her telling me her buoy was fairly close to shore.

I scootered a short distance and could just make out the second white jug buoy. When I got up to the container and fully inspected it more carefully this time I confirmed this one was correct as it was completely free of all writing and labels. This buoy as also much closer to the shore as described during our phone interview. The placement of these buoys were not visible from my shore entry point and guarded by private property. Because of this I was not able to have anyone directly point the buoy out to me from shore. At this point my confidence level was boosted as I ascended down on my second dive effort to search for her phone.

This time on my second dive with a MOD of 13’ I was efficiently rewarded with the phone recovery via a simple visual search. It paid to ask what orientation from the buoy they remembered. Based on this I was able to make a simple swim out towards the 11 o’clock bearing and quickly located her lost phone at 11 feet concluding this dive within 5 minutes. 

Remember the value of any recovery effort is not in how long a search takes if only a few minutes or a few revisits to the site. The value is in finding a recovery specialist that can provide a portfolio of proven skills for the requirement of your search needs. The time spent interviewing properly, travel, gear setup and tear down, arriving with the proper gear for the job and having a proper experience mindset for a detail relentless search effort is what you are lookin for in a recovery specialist. Fortunately you have options and no better place to review your opportunities than TheRingFinders.com. This amazing directly listing allows experienced recovery specialist across the country to showcase their unique skill sets and how they can be of service to you.

When I located her phone on the lake floor it was still sealed inside the dry bag and still look dry. There was no way at the surface of the water at my dive float was I willing to even sneak a peak at the phone so I left the bag sealed up until I reached the shore.

The good news was after five days as a shallow eleven feet the new phone bag she had just purchased did its job in keeping her phone dry!

Lessons Learned… 

Continue to ask a lot of detailed investigative questions and take good notes, they often pay great dividends in the outcome of any search. What I will try to do moving forward especially when the search is a day or more past the initial interview is to reread carefully through my notes before the search effort so the details are fresh in my mind.  Another take way for all of us when things are not adding up, stop beating up the same areas already searched. Take a moment to pause and reconsider the information provided and new information gained by what search efforts you have made to this point. Fortunately my assessment that I had been diving the wrong zone came to me and I was able to adjust my search effort for the successful recovery of the lost phone. I also had a great appreciation for having the appropriate gear for the job. Even though they said it was a short swim to the buoy it would have been much more taxing on my energy level if I had to free swim the whole operation towing my dive float and search gear along. With the aid of my dive scooter I was able to conserve my energy to maintain a safe dive profile and effectively operate with many details on my mind throughout the whole operation. 

 

Watch my video to see first hand the recovery of this dropped phone in the lake even after a slight misdirection on my part we still found success before the end of the day.

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If you lost an item of value reach out to me directly for a quick chat so I can formulate a recovery plan for you!

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Engagement Wedding Rings Lost at Horseshoe Lake Woodland WA

  • from Mercer Island (Washington, United States)

   

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Watch this video of Sarah’s engagement wedding rings being recovered from Horseshoe Lake.

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Sarah lost three silver rings in Horseshoe Lake during a kayaking adventure and small swim. She was devastated over the loss of her rings and shared this situation with one of her good friends. All though they were not expensive they represented a wedding engagement ring set and had high sentimental value and meant the world to her. Her friend reassured her and told her about my services as I had done a search in the same lake previously for her last summer.

Based on her friends recommendation Sarah called me and shared her story asking if I thought there was any chance or possibility I could help. I reassured her that I could perform a search and based on the specifics she provided we had a pretty good shot. She understood there was no guarantees but was excited to have found someone that actually had experience doing lost ring recovery work in a lake. So many people tell us they didn’t even know a service like ours existed. Our standard response is yes we are a passionate group about lost item recovery and ask that you share TheRingFinders.com on your social media outlets so we can reach out and help find more smiles.

About two weeks after the loss of her rings we met up on a perfect sunny day. We came prepared with our kayaks because the route to the suspected drop zone was about one mile from the launch and inaccessible by foot. Full of optimism, gear, experience and ambition we took off in our boats on an adventure to find a little cove she stopped at to take a small cool off swim on the day of the loss. The rings had been tucked into her top and as she adjusted her clothing the rings fell into the lake unnoticed. She went on a small swim out and back then kayaked back to the launch site. Just before they got out of the lake it became apparent what had happened. Her rings were missing! They raced back to the cove, looked through the water but to no avail could not find any of the rings due the silty lake bottom. In the process of searching that day her cell phone fell into the lake but she was able to reach down and easily retrieve her phone.

Watch the video to see how this lost ring story finds its resolution after quite a bit of focused effort.

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If you lost an item of value reach out to me directly for a quick chat so I can formulate a recovery plan for you!

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Heirloom Gold Diamond Wedding Ring Lost on Valentines Day 2021

  • from Mercer Island (Washington, United States)

   

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Watch this recovery video of Ally’s third generation wedding ring lost on Valentines Day 2021.

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Alley contacted me asking for some assistance in locating her third generation heirloom gold diamond wedding ring lost on Valentines Day 2021. She told me that she had a dinner date with her husband that evening at a Mexican restaurant. She remembered having her ring on her hand before leaving the house. Before they left the house she went out to her third story balcony and quickly brushed the snow off a potted plant. At first this sounded like the action that took her ring off her finger.

However as I continued asking questions she provided additional details worth considering. I asked her if she had used any hand sanitizer on her hands after dinner at the Mexican restaurant. She told me she did use a lot of sanitizer but didn’t remember taking her ring off. In fact she thought she still had her ring on her finger at this point in the story. 

After they made it back home she remembers taking a heavy knit sweater off and placing it in her laundry area. She said she also had concerns for her close dryer as it was making some clinking noises she was not used to having heard before.

With all this information I was prepared to check multiple places. Being at their apartment I started with the laundry system searching for diligently for their third generation family heirloom wedding ring that was missing in action. Be sure to watch, like, share and subscribe to the video to find out the exciting conclusion of this lost rings recovery. 

If you lost an item of value reach out to me directly for a quick chat so I can formulate a recovery plan for you!

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Family Crest White Gold Signet Ring Lost In Snow University of WA Seattle 2021

  • from Mercer Island (Washington, United States)

   

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Watch this recovery video of Jorge’s lost family crest signet ring during our recent snow event.

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Jorge contacted me asking for some assistance in locating his lost white gold family crest signet ring. He had been playing tossing some snowballs when his family ring got lost. He also told me he was located at the University of WA district. After learning this I knew I had to head over without delay. In high traffic areas like this it often does’t take long before passing eyeballs pickup lost rings. Once I arrived Jorge had a very clear report of where he had been throwing snowballs. After we identified a grassy strip between the the sorority and fraternity housing I quickly got setup. The grass strip between two roads was about twenty-five feet wide. I easily laid out four one hundred foot tape measures making a total of five lanes five foot wide each. Jorge even asked the reason for laying out the grid lines. I explained to him that this gives us absolute certainty that no area was missed in our search. He quickly understood the reasoning of how this makes the process much more efficient in the long run. I got started in my first lane and before I even got five feet into my search Jorge called me over. He had been standing in the middle of the grass and had been visually searching the ground between the gridlines when he eyeballed his own ring! We were both very happy that he found it. I have said so many times I don’t have to be the hero that finds the ring just as long as it gets recovered. Jorge did say the gridlines must have helped as we both searched for the ring. I could not have been more pleased with the outcome. We both understood that even if he had not eyeballed the ring I would have easily detected it as it was in the middle of my search area. Jorge’s huge chunky white gold family crest signet ring was quickly brushed off and and back on his finger with big smiles. It was a pleasure helping out knowing how quickly these items can get nabbed in these highly populated areas.

If you lost an item of value reach out to me directly for a quick chat so I can formulate a recovery plan for you!

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Heirloom Woodgrain Gold Wedding Band Lost in Seattle Snow 2021

  • from Mercer Island (Washington, United States)

   

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Watch this recovery video of Brandon’s lost gold wedding band in the snow.

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Brandon contacted me during our Seattle 2021 snow event about his 14k gold wedding band that got lost in his neighborhood. When I arrived he showed me a residential street that had a really good angle to it where they have been snow sledding two days prior. By this time most of the snow had melted away and the road was down to bare asphalt. I knew I had to act quickly if the ring was to be found before all the snow milted away. In high traffic areas there is always a high potential for some one to eyeball the item making the recovery process that more uncertain and added steps to take. 

After he described what took place and pointing out the key areas he went back to his home to tend to his work. I quickly got my gear and got to the mission at hand. As I have done so many times in the past I quickly divided the area up in to priorities and the roadway was my prime focus. Active traffic, and only a few small bits of snow quickly milting away I knew I had to clear this section without delay.

As I got just past half way down the hill in the middle of the street I made a statement of how amazing it would be to find his ring in one of the snow drifts. As I was detecting a very thin patch of snow in the middle of the road I let out a prayer that God’s hand of protection would be upon his ring and that it would be recovered and before I could get the words out of my mouth completely God answered my prayer! My detector rang out a strong solid signal, a quick swipe of my pin pointer and I had his ring in my hand! Thank you Jesus his ring was recovered less than an inch away from a tire tread that went straight through this very patch of snow of where the ring was recovered. God certainly did protect his ring as there was not even a scratch on it. Beautiful, clean and pristine 14k yellow gold with a wood grain pattern carved into this piece constructed of heirloom gold from his father’s wedding ring made this a very special recovery.

We are so happy for Brandon’s wedding ring recovery.  We trust in God that my prayer will continue on for the protection of this ring as its story continues on with Brandon’s life long adventures.

If you lost an item of value reach out to me directly for a quick chat so I can formulate a recovery plan for you!

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SeattleRingHunter Reunites Professional Soccer Player Ally Watt with her Aggie Diamond Ring Wrap

  • from Mercer Island (Washington, United States)

    

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Watch this recovery video of Professional Soccer Player Ally Watt’s Texas A&M Aggie Diamond Ring Wrap!

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Professional Soccer Player Ally Watt connected during our 2021 snow event asking for some help. Sadly she told me she had just lost a gold diamond ring throwing a snow ball for a photo. I asked her if this was a wedding ring and she no and did not offer any further details of the ring. She had learned of my services from my local metal detection shop when calling to rent a machine. The weather was quite crazy as we don’t typically get that much snow so it generally catches us off guard in the Seattle area. Ally had been out near Point Defiance when she lost her ring. Due to the snow and all the was taking place I was not able to meet her that same day. However she lives very close to the area she lost her ring so I did all I could to help her over the phone until I could make the trip. She came out the next days and searched for her ring. At first she didn’t realize she had been over a parking lot of snow. A few days past her loss she had received a cheap metal detector purchased on line and it basically did not perform all that well for her only turning up a simple coin. She tried to detect her friends ring in the snow and said the machine didn’t even respond. Admittedly having no experience with the cheap metal detector it was no surprise she did not locate her ring with the detector. By the time I was able to meet her in the parking lot a few days after the loss I learned more of the story. This is when I learned it was a Texas A&M class ring and that she had just found the ring the day prior visually searching the slushy snow! She also informed me that there was still a missing God Diamond Ring Wrap that she could not find! By they time I arrived the parking lot pavement had been plowed clear of all snow. Having been in the snow the past few days recovering other rings I knew this snow to be soft and light when it first fell. With what she told me I suspected when the ring flew off her finger the ring and diamond wrap separated. The chunky gold Aggie ring sank in the snow as where the Diamond Ring Wrap quite a bit lighter in mass stayed up a little hither in the layers of snow. When the snow plow came thought the parking lot I was hoping the Diamond Ring Wrap got pushed to the edge of the parking lot in the piles of snow. She was very fortunate to have eyeballed her Aggie class ring and to have found it undamaged.

I had a decision to make as we often do, either go right or left. I chose the right side of the parking lot first as the snow bank was not a hight as the other side. Always do the easy low hanging fruit first! No ring wrap, so off to the left side and still no ring wrap. Determined I continued to work up the parking lot when I finally got my first real solid target. I was not sure but had a pretty good anticipation this was it. After a few quick swipes of my detector and pin pointer I had a snow ball in my hand and pulled her Gold Diamond Ring Wrap completely undamaged from its snow packed hiding place! Thank you Lord for protecting this precious diamond ring wrap. She was quite concerned that it could have gotten run over by a car but fortunately we are thankful to report it was recovered undamaged. She was extremely pleased with the results of our efforts. With big proud smiles she put her ring back on her finger ready to live through the next adventure life brings her way.

If you lost an item of value reach out to me directly for a quick chat so I can formulate a recovery plan for you!

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