I received a text late last night from Yvette who told me about how she lost her Blessed Mother medallion while on the beach in Avalon, NJ the day before. The medallion belonged to Yvette’s grandmother and had been blessed by the Pope. I met Yvette and her friends on the beach to get the details and began my search. The beautiful medallion was found a few minutes later. Yvette was very happy to have it back and able to wear it again with great joy.
I got a call about a lost platinum ring with a large diamond. It was lost at night close to high tide in the water. I knew low tide was coming up and it would probably be dry in that area when I arrived. My friend Gene was already down there and he helped me search for the ring. After 2 hours I got a hit in the range I thought it would be. BAM! The video will be on Gigmaster on youtube!
I received a Facebook message from Lexi yesterday who asked if I could find her iPhone that was lost on the beach in Sea Isle City, NJ. I met with Lexi and Lucy yesterday afternoon and got the details. Lucy used the find my phone app to help find the approximate location. A group of beachgoers graciously moved so I could expand the search out by 10 ft. The phone was found buried a few inches under the sand.
Melanie called me on Saturday afternoon after she lost her gold Christian Dior ring in Sea Isle City, NJ. The ring flew off her hand while playing volleyball on the beach. After a very quick search, the ring was back on her finger.
I was tagged in a Facebook post on Friday evening about a class ring that was lost in the ocean in Sea Isle City, NJ. Alisa called me and explained how her daughter Rachel lost her class ring while surfing on Friday. The initial attempt on Saturday morning was limited due to high tide, so we met again later in the afternoon to go out farther. After a through grid search from the water’s edge to chest deep water, the Sacred Heart Academy class ring was found and returned!
Roseanne lost her gold necklace with a flip flop gold charm yesterday on the beach in Ocean City, NJ. After meeting up and a grid search, the necklace was found. The necklace was given to Roseanne 20 years ago by her mother and was very sentimental to her. She was thrilled to have it back.
I received a call from Brian saying that his sister Samantha lost her engagement ring on the beach in Ventnor NJ. Samantha had explained to me that they had searched for the ring with no luck. When I arrived after a quick search the engagement was found!
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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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