As a couple arrived for a dinner party, they had no idea they were about to experience the terrible feeling of losing a sentimental possession that was handed down from mother to daughter. There is good news, though. Stepping out of the car and hearing the “ping, ping” of the earring bouncing off the car door told us that the earring is in the general location of the car door. Once I finally arrived, the couple showed me the approximate location of the area that was under the car door when the earring fell. After only minutes of searching the couple was reunited with their earring!
Just in case you are wondering, yes, my earlier statement was “finally arrived.” There was a delay in my arrival to find the earring, but you will have to read the NewYorker.com article to know why there was a delay and how I managed to complete the trip! Follow this link http://www.newyorker.com/business/currency/the-lost-jewelry-hunters
Finding an earring is no easy task, but this particular earring was a larger one, and the grass was well manicured, both of which are to my advantage. Most earrings are small and challenging for the average metal detector to sense. If you don’t have the extremely sensitive equipment necessary to find small valuables, don’t waste your time renting a metal detector that may not get the job done. Give me a call or send me a message and I’ll help you get the job done. (252) 775-1307