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In Las Vegas, a Special Tiffany Diamond Earring was recovered

  • from Las Vegas (Nevada, United States)
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Received a very upset caller about a lost earring at an orchard north of Las Vegas. She and her husband had searched for hours. Her husband even purchased a metal detector prior to calling me. I told her I will bring two detectors, and will set it up, ¬†so he can help find the earring. It was a special earring. It was given to her as her first Mothers Day gift. So there was a lot of ¬†emotion connected to it. She had called another ringfinder prior to calling me, and he was not very encouraging about finding it. So out of frustration, her husband purchased a detector and was going to look himself. She had fallen, and that was where they thought it might have been lost. It was rocky soil next to the entrance to the parking lot for the orchard. I took my XP Deus 1 with HF coil, Bumped it up to 74 kHz since it was small. Hit it in about 15 minutes. It was not visible since it had been covered up with dirt. Interesting that it didn’t come in loud or consistent in lower frequencies. 74 kHz was the killer. Couldn’t use the Goldfield program because of all the other signals. was able to notch out a lot of trash.

Diamond Ring lost in Elgin, Illinois recovered

  • from Las Vegas (Nevada, United States)
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Received a call from Elgin, Illinois to look for a diamond ring in the backyard.They were no sure thats where it was lost, but it was worth a try. A newly engaged person was visiting to attend a graduation party. Among other things, a balloon throwing battle ensued. The guests had scoured the backyard to no avail.I laid out a gridline to insure that I covered the area. It worked! The guest was so distraught, she went out so she would not hear from me that I couldn’t find it. Guess what….I found it!

Ring toss recovery

  • from Las Vegas (Nevada, United States)
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Received a call to look for a ring in the back yard. Person had purchased a metal detector but was unable to locate the ring. I got there and most of the back yard had pavers, so I knew it couldn’t be there. I searched all the grass in his yard, nothing! I was informed that he heard it hit something. The neighbors garage was also close, so I checked the neighbors yard. No Luck. I had previously asked him to check the roof of his garage, so I knew it wasn’t there. I went back to the yard and very carefully LOOKED at the crevice between the sidewalk and the grass. BINGO! As a note, I have had several other hunts where the ring was in a crevice next to a sidewalk and always as a last spot to concentrate on is that space.