Engagement Ring Found in 50 Tons of Corn

  • from Reading (Pennsylvania, United States)

It wasn’t a needle in a haystack, but a ring in a corn “play box”.  I was contacted by Sarah who said she lost her engagement ring while playing in a large “play box” of corn at Lakeland Orchard and entertainment area. We had to wait a couple of weeks  until I became available to look for it and we were worried because this is public recreation area. When I arrived, I was amazed at the size of this paly area. Sarah was unable to meet me so she sent her mom to show me the area she thought she lost it. I arrived before the mom but the owner of the center had already showed me the general area. As I began to search, I had a great signal in about 2 min. The corn was about 18 inches deep and kept moving like quicksand as I used my pin pointer. I used my beach sand scoop and after a few scoops I found the ring.

I sent a photo of the ring to Sarah and she was amazed I found it so fast. When her mom arrived, I handed her the ring and she just began screaming with joy. I just love returning jewelry and seeing the smiles on the owners faces.

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  1. Jim Wren says:

    Tracy, this has got to be one of the best stories I’ve read on the ring Finders. Truly amazing!

    TRF North Myrtle Beach SC

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