Men’s Gold Pinky Ring Lost in the Front Yard…FOUND Harvest, Alabama!
Christina McCree – Ring Finder for North Alabama and surrounding areas…call or text ASAP, anytime 24/7…610-504-6135
On Sunday afternoon (December 5th, 2021), I received a call from a distraught Kathy regarding her son, Cain’s, lost gold ring. The 14K yellow gold pinky ring was a cherished, early Christmas gift for Cain. He was only wearing it for about 3-4 hours before it was lost. Cain had stepped outside into the front yard and saw the ring on his finger. It was loose fitting, so he thought that he should take it off until it could be resized. Cain forgot about it and tossed 2 items in the yard, went inside the house, came back outside, and noticed that the ring was gone! The family went out and bought a metal detector, but was unable to find the ring. They came across The Ring Finders website while searching online for a detector. They decided that contacting a Ring Finder would be their best option to find Cain’s missing gold ring.
This was actually my closest ring search. They literally live less than 10 minutes from me. I was onsite within 30 minutes from my call with Kathy. I met with Cain, and he showed me the area he was standing and the motion he used to throw the 2 items. The first toss was underhand, towards the street. The second toss was sideways at Cain’s right side. He was wearing the ring on his right pinky finger. Cain didn’t see or feel the ring come off, but he thought it would’ve fallen off on the first toss towards the street.
I started my grid search in the direction of Cain’s first toss. I then searched the direction of Cain’s second toss. Next, I expanded my search across the street in the neighbor’s yard. Then I searched the left side of the yard. I was coming up empty handed and was very perplexed. I had expanded my grid search 360 degrees and didn’t find Cain’s ring. I even searched the yard a second time using a cross-grid just to be sure. I was discussing all the possibilities with Cain and asking more questions to see if he had any other ideas of where his ring could have ended up. Cain mentioned a signal he had on the metal detector he bought, but was never able to find out what it was. It was over near a cane palm tree. We went over and checked it out, but it turned out to be a false signal.
I then remembered the way Cain reenacted the second toss. It was to his right side, but there was a slight chance that his ring went behind him and to the corner. I did check the grass by the house in that direction, but I didn’t check the flower bed/shrub area. It seemed very unlikely that his ring went that far and in that direction, but I’ve been doing this long enough to know that rings sometimes end up where they shouldn’t be. I went over and started searching the flower bed. Sure enough, I get a shallow gold tone. I bend down to check the signal and there’s Cain’s gold ring! It was lying next to a hose, just slightly covered up. Cain was behind me and didn’t realize that I found his ring. I called him over in a normal voice and asked, “hey, what’s this?” Cain looks down to investigate and quickly realized that it was his ring! Such a joyful moment and the exact reason why I do this!
I give so much praise and glory to God for this ring recovery! This search had the potential to be a no find. I’m so thankful that we searched that last possibility, even though his ring shouldn’t have been there. It must’ve taken the perfect path or bounce through the shrub to land at that spot. Another great reminder to check every spot possible no matter the odds.
I’m so happy that Cain has his treasured gold pinky ring back! I’m very blessed to be a member of The Ring Finders! I await my next mission…
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