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Help find my Diamond Ring at 3rd Beach…Leaving tomorrow!

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

A couple of years ago during the summer months I got a call from a man who said that his wife lost her diamond ring at the beach. He said they had spent hours searching for it and someone told them to get a flyer at the lifeguard tower for this finder guy who will come out and help them…

Would you be the finder guy he said in an English accent on the phone… I replied yes that would be me. He told me about the lost ring and gave me the location, I grabbed my detector and headed to the beach.

When I arrived at the location I saw people kicking the sand and looking around, I was greeted by a man and woman who were very happy to see me. They told me they were from London, and they were leaving tomorrow to go home.

They were a very nice couple and had made friends very quickly with the people on the beach as most of them were busy searching for the ring. I listened to the story about how the ring was lost and where, she had taken the ring off and put it on the blanket so not to lose it when she went in for a swim.

Before they were leaving she picked up the blanket to shake off the sand… Ring goes flying! OK I have the idea now where the ring can be, I start my grid search of the area and find the usual garbage, pull – tabs, bottle caps, some change.

Every signal I get, gives the lady hope then she gets depressed when I show her a pull tab. I heard people on the beach telling her… he’ll find it don’t worry!

After extending my search further out and across I received a good signal, I bent down and scoop up the sand and at the bottom of my scoop this time is the glimmer of diamonds, as I pulled out the ring she gave a little scream and the people on the beach started cheering. That was a first for me!

They were very happy and I could tell how relieved she was to have the ring back on her finger, It took 10 minutes to find, for her it felt like a lifetime.

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Shaughnessy Vancouver, Midnight Diamond Ring Discovery

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

I get call a few years back when I was at work, this young lady tells me that she just lost her diamond ring while wiping the snow off the car window.

She goes on to say that it was a three Layer White gold wedding band with 30 small diamonds, ten in each band.

Unfortunately I wouldn’t be able to get out to her place to search for it until I was finished work, and that would be late as I work in the film industry and our hours are long.

She decides to search for it herself and call me back if she doesn’t find it. She and her neighbors search for hours in the snow between the road and sidewalk where her car was parked.

Later in the day with no luck she called around and found a metal detector to rent. After hours of searching and no luck she called me back later that day.

I told her that I would get there as soon as I could after I got off work, and that I had to go home first to get my metal detector .

I arrived at her place shortly after midnight, she showed me the area that she had searched and it was pretty easy to tell as the snow was packed down from everyone walking on it and searching for the ring.

After listening to where she believed the ring had flown off her finger and landed, that’s where I began my search. I think she was so frustrated from searching all day that she started to believe that the ring wasn’t there. It took me appoxatmently 3 minutes to find her ring, she was ecstatic!

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White Rock Beach in February…

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

Here’s a beach I searched just for fun the other day, no rings but keys and lots of change. Last year around this time I found a beautiful diamond ring for a lady that lost it off the pier into the water below.

This is a beach that our parents took us to every weekend in the summer time, when we were kids. What makes this beach so difficult to search is that it’s such a big beach and the tide goes out a very long way… Making it hard to concentrate on a specific area where lots of people gather.

Searching the area around the pier is where you will have a chance to find rings & coins. That being said get ready to dig many pennies as I believe people make a wish and toss it into the water.

As I was searching the beach on Feb.4th near the end of the day, I was blessed with this amazing sun set! I love the search for hidden & buried treasure and I treasure this world we live in…

Diamond in the snow…New Westminster

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

Jan 21/09

Today I found a diamond egagement ring for a young lady who lost it on Dec.31/08

This took me over 5 hours and four visits till the ring showed up in a pile of snow on the side of a road.

After grid searching and cutting back the pile of snow I knew I’d have to come back when the snow had melted.

Today was the day as I searched an area on the side of the road where the snow was piled up and got a good signal… and there was the ring!

I drove to where the lady worked and walked into the store to give her the ring, she was very excited and very thankful. I love this job as it makes people feel good and me as well…

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Lost my rings in the snow! Surrey BC

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

The picture above is of a lady who lost both of her rings… diamond engagement ring and diamond wedding band, while shoveling snow off her mothers driveway in late December.

After 5 minutes or so of shoveling the driveway this young lady took off her gloves because they were soaked, 20 minutes later she looked down and noticed both rings were gone.

It became dark and cold, with her car lights aiming at the piles of snow, she spent the next few hours that evening searching for her beloved wedding rings.
She didn’t want to go home and tell her husband that she lost her rings.

Soaking wet and cold she finally pack it in and later that night when she got home she broke the sad news to her husband…
The next day they would search together for the rings, after digging and searching in the cold snow without any luck they gave up the search.

The evening before, her sister had heard of the lost rings and researched the internet for someone that could help.
She typed in the words… ”lost my ring in the snow” and found the number for a treasure hunter in Vancouver who has a service called… ”Finders”
I received the call and was on my way to help find the rings, when I got there I listened to her story and I was very confident that I would recover them for her.
It wasn’t a hard search as it only took me 5 minutes or so to find the diamond engagement ring.

This was the big diamond ring and they were very happy that was found first! It was the wedding band that would be the tough one to find.

After a search of the area the first ring was found in, it took almost 1 hour to find the wedding band, I found it close to my truck on the side of the road.

It was a good thing she called as that ring would have been found by someone after the snow melted or it could have been caught in someone’s car or truck tire and driven away.
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Large White Gold Ring…Lost in Snow/Cypress Mountain

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

We just had a big dump of snow in mid December and the first call I get was from a young man who lost his big 8 mm white gold ring up at Cypress mountain.

He tells me that his call car got stuck in the snow and he got out and started to dig out his front tire.

All of a sudden he looked down to see his ring was no longer on his finger… Panic sets in as he spends the next couple of hours searching for his lost ring.

Cold and dark now he decides to go home and look to find a metal detector to rent. The next morning he drives back up the mountain with his rented metal detector to search the area.

As he arrives he notices that the side of the road where his car was stuck in the snow has now been plowed and the snow pushed up and over. This changes everything! He spends 3 hours searching but has to call it quits… No ring.

That day when he gets back home he gets on the computer and starts searching for a way to find his ring. Something he types in takes him to Finders and he reads the website and sends an S.O.S

I reply to his distress call…email… and we set up a time to meet and search for the ring the next morning.

I met up with the man and we take my truck to search for his ring. On the way up he tells me how sad he is as his wife is out of town and they were only married for 8 months and now he lost the ring.

I could tell how much the ring meant to him and how bad he wanted it back. I assured him that I’d do my best and if it was there, I’d find it.

We get to the spot and he shows me where his car got stuck, but now it’s been plowed and that changes everything.

I tell him to wait in the truck and stay warm as it was very cold out. I started my grid search and within 5 minutes I got a great signal about 30 feet from where he was parked. I start to dig and out pops a big white gold ring… I hold it up and he comes running and screaming…No way! You found it!

Every ring has a story attached to it and it has an amazing meaning for the person who lost it. I help continue that story by finding it for them…

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African Gold & Silver Ring Lost In Vancouver Ocean

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

A few years back I received a call from a man who was very upset about losing his wedding band that was made for him while he and his wife to be were in Africa. He’d never be able to replace it as he couldn’t just fly to Africa…

It was a gold and silver ring and it meant the world to him, he told me the story on how they got engaged in Africa and how they wanted the rings to be from there. He told me that he had lost it at a beach in Vancouver called Spanish Banks, he was enjoying a hot summers day in the water when he felt the ring come off his finger.

Instead of panicking he make a mental note of the location , this would give me a good chance to find the ring when the tide was out the next day. I checked the low tidechart and it was a very early 5am low tide.

The young man wasn’t able to meet me that morning as he had to work, but I felt good because he gave me a very detailed description of the area he felt the ring was in. As I started my grid search and within 5 minutes I received a good signal, only an inch or so down was his ring!

I think you can tell how happy he was by the picture above when I delivered his ring to him that day…

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Gold Celtic Ring…Found in a strawberry patch in Poco

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

I received a call from a gentleman early last year in regards to a lost ring, he goes on to tell me that as he was walking up the steps of his friends place when the lady in front of him trips and falls backwards, he quickly throws his arms around her and they both fall to the ground.

He saves the lady but by doing so he brakes a few ribs and as he threw his arms around her, his ring goes flying off his finger into a strawberry patch. The next day in pain he rents a metal detector and searches for his custom white & yellow gold Celtic ring .

He tells me that he spent close to 6 hours searching for it with the metal detector, and he was on his hands and knees searching the dirt but gave up when he just couldn’t find it.

That night he went on the computer to find a treasure hunter, someone that could help him find his ring. He came across my service ”Finders” and called for help, I listened to his story and we met the next morning to search for his ring.

When I arrive at the location I see the area of the strawberry patch is very small, I think to myself this shouldn’t take long. I turn on my metal detector and begin my search, within seconds I receive a good signal, I bend down and move the dirt and out pops his ring… He was so happy!

He told me how frustrated he was after searching the day before and not finding it. He started to think that maybe it wasn’t lost there, how did you find it so fast he asked?

I told him that I’ve been doing this for years and that I have the best equipment for the search, also the metal detectors that people rent are not the greatest and if you’ve never used a metal detector before and if you don’t perform a grid search, it could be difficult to find.

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Roadside Wedding Ring/South Surrey

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)
Roadside ringRoadside ring

Roadside ring found… I get a call at around noon time today Feb 22nd and a man asked me if I could help him find his white gold wedding band that he lost after throwing an apple core out of his truck window.

He told me that he had a good idea where the area of the ring was, I agreed to meet him and drove out to Surrey close to Langley. I wasn’t feeling all that great as I was fighting a head cold but I love the challenge of finding his ring.

When we met we talked about the area it could be lost in he told me that he’d searched for close to 6 hours in total and even rented a metal detector, but didn’t find the ring. I did a lose grid search of the area but found nothing.

I gave him an old ring that I use for testing with a string attached to it, I asked him to drive up the road and toss it out in the area he believed it was in so I could see where the ring lands. The string that is tied to the ring gives me a chance to see and follow the movement of the ring when its in mid-air.

The first time the ring hit the side of the road and made it close to the ditch, so I knew that I might have to put my dry suit on as parts of the ditch was close to 3 feet deep. Before I’d do that I asked him to do it one more time, this time throw it up in the air I told him so it would hit the road and bounce and slide as he was moving some what fast.

This time the ring stopped close to the side of the road just in the grassy part, I started to search that area and maybe 3 yards away I found his ring…

He was very happy and told me that he was only married a year but the ring was very special to him.

This one took me 30 minutes to find…

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Gold Nugget in the dugout… Burnaby

  • from Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)
Dugout Nugget
Dugout Nugget

A few years ago I was at my mechanics getting my truck fixed, as I was sitting and reading a treasure magazine Dale came into the room and asked me about the ”Finders” rack card he saw in cab of my truck.

Dale owns the shop and has been friends with my wife since they were kids and fixing her car for many years.

I told him that I treasure hunt and that I started a service to help people find their lost jewellery at beaches, parks, lakes, yard & ski resorts.

He seemed very interested and I could tell that he wanted to ask me a question so I asked if he had lost something.

He laughed and said that he’d lost his refined gold nugget that was made from all of his old gold. I asked where, he said at a baseball diamond in Burnaby.

I told him that I’d take a look for it, he said that it had been lost for over two years and that he saw people metal detecting in that park and that it would be a waste of my time.

I told him that you never know unless you check it out and I’d be happy to do so. He gave me the name of the park and he told me that he put the nugget in his bag before the game and left it on the bleachers.

Later in the game he went to get a shirt from out of his bag, and that’s where he thought the nugget fell out. He also descried the nugget and then drew it on paper and gave it to me.

After I got my truck fixed I drove out to the park to take a look and see if I could find it for him. I found the bleachers and they were metal and light, so I moved them over about ten feet in order to search the area.

After grid searching the area I found a bit of change and bottle caps and pull tabs but no gold… I sat there for a second thinking about where else I should search and just for the heck of it I searched the dugout and within seconds I had the nugget.

It had been in the dugout for two years and no one found it… Talk about luck! I called Dale to tell him the good news and told him where I found it, he remembered at the end of the game putting his bag in the dugout and getting his keys.

I looked at the picture he drew and it matched perfectly! The nugget fit in the picture he drew exactly as if it was traced… I think he missed it…

I received some free work on my truck the next time I took it in…

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