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Lost Keys found in Golf Course Pond

  • from Cochrane (Alberta, Canada)

While making his next shot, his golf bag decided to take advantage of gravity and do some exploring. When finished his shot, his buddies were laughing and pointing at his golf bag as it rolled down the hill and into the pond. Everything was recovered except for his work keys. The ones with the safety deposit box key, the building keys, the security fob and several others.  He made several attempts  before deciding to give me a call. Watch the video for the final results.

Lost Keys Big Bear Park! Edmonton, Alberta

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)
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Levi called me last week regarding his lost Key fob, which had been lost three days prior in a ravine! Levi searched for them but with no luck, and knowing how expensive it is to replace these key fobs he turned to the internet and found me on the Ringfinders web site.

When I met Levi at the park he showed me the location and said he had been throwing a ball for his dog down the ravine. When he went down to get the ball he slipped where there was tall grass and he thought his keys might be there but that was not the case! After searching for about one hour and asking questions I decide to look around above the ravine where Levi had parked his car. He showed me the direction he had walked to his car and said it was also how he walked back. I found his key fob forty feet in the other direction! Thank you Levi, for entrusting me to locate your lost key fob.

Lost Key Fob Found! Swedesboro NJ

  • from North Wildwood (New Jersey, United States)

Don’t wait to call! 215-850-0188

I received a email through my website Ring Finders South Jersey about a lost key fob while landscaping the yard.

Shortly after speaking with Eddie and a quick search the key fob was found.

 

 

Lost Keys Found – Nantucket – Beach Recovery – Call 508-788-4553

  • from Nantucket (Massachusetts, United States)

I was contacted regarding some lost car keys. The keys had been lost during a sunset picnic on one of Nantucket’s sandy beaches.  I was told two steaks had been placed to mark the area where the keys had been lost. Thanks to these two wooden steaks, strategically placed in the sand marking the approximate vicinity I was able to make a swift recovery and return them in no time! It is always a good day when one is fortunate enough to be able to put a smile on someone’s face by finding their lost item! 

a successful recovery and a big smile!

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For help locating anything made of metal:

Call or text: 508-788-455

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Unique Brass Pendant Recovered on Pacifica Bike Trail, Pacific, CA

  • from San Francisco (California, United States)

View from the hills above Linda Mar Beach

Linda Bar Beach, CA

High above Linda Mar, Tyler was riding hard down one of the steepest trails in the hills.

There was a huge jump coming up. Tyler wondered if he had enough speed to make it?!?

Nope. Instead of making a cool landing, he plowed his front wheel into the ground,

(breaking his front forks) and was pitched, head first into a small tree,

this tree:

Shaken, bruised and seeing stars, he slowly collected himself and drug his wounded self down the mountain.

Only when he got home hours later did he miss his pendant!

Tyler took me back to the scene of the crash, and with the help of a machete and

an axe we were able to clear the brush under the tree and recover his pendant!

Mountain biker, Tyler Gale, with his recovered brass pendant!

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SF Bay Area RingFinders Contact: Marshall Smith – Text or call: 310-968-4860

Metal Detectorist serving the Greater San Francisco Bay Area from sunny San Mateo, CA

GIA Graduate Gemologist

Lost Key Found! Canmore, AB

  • from Invermere (British Columbia, Canada)

Feb 23/19 – I received an urgent call from someone who lost a very important key.  A quick search located the key in the parking lot.

FOUND!

Lost Keys Found! Lake Louise, AB

  • from Invermere (British Columbia, Canada)

April 12/19 – We received an email from Eric who had lost his keys around a firepit (he thought). We met up with Eric’s friend – Iyad – who was able to direct us to the firepit area. The snow around the firepit was packed down but everywhere else, the snow was 2 feet deep! The keys were found on the side of the pathway to the firepit.

Very important keys found!

Lost Keys Found! Banff, AB

  • from Invermere (British Columbia, Canada)

Dec 21/19 – received a call from a young lady in Banff, AB. She’d lost her keys in her driveway and couldn’t find them in the deep snow. They were recovered in a snowbank on the side of the driveway.

Success!

Car Keys Lost in the Snow in Davenport, IA…Found

  • from Bettendorf (Iowa, United States)

It has been snowing on and off in Iowa for the past several weeks and the temperatures have been subzero for most of this time.  The snow has been piling up and even my yard has large piles of snow from the repeated clearing of my driveway.   The same is true for a new friend named Jake.  Jake was clearing his driveway with his girlfriend when he realized that his ring of car keys was no longer in his jacket pocket.  Jake and his girlfriend searched for a while, but they were unable to locate the keys.  Jake searched the Internet for ways to find lost keys in the snow and one of his search results said to contact “The Ring Finders”.

I received a call from Jake yesterday morning and I told him that I would head straight over to his house.  I met Jake in the driveway a few minutes later and I was provided with some great details of approximately where he lost his keys and the steps he did to try to find them.  I started my search with a comparison of the driveway cement’s rebar tones and a ring of old keys that I tossed in the snow for a reference.  I searched the outer banks of snow lining the driveway to eliminate the possibility of the keys dropping on the edges of the shoveled snow.   I then began a search over the tops of the snow bank and quickly located a good signal matching my test keys.  I pinpointed the location and Jake used my spade to uncover his lost keys about 4″ beneath the surface of the snow.  Jake was very thankful to have his keys back in his hands within an hour of calling me out for this search.  You’re welcome, Jake.  I’m glad I was able to help.

Two Sets of Lost Keys in One Day in Calgary

  • from Cochrane (Alberta, Canada)

February 15, 2021

I received two calls today. The first call came from Natasha. She was late for her massage appointment. She put her keys in her pocket and ran the three blocks. Since I was not busy and lived only minutes away and I told her I would take a look.  I searched the route she took and checked the soft snow along the sides. My gut instinct was that they were most likely picked up.  The more I thought about it, the more likely it was that they were close to home. We headed back and I searched where I thought they would most likely be. While there, the front door of the nearest home opened. A gentleman asked what we were looking for.  Natasha described her keys to him, after which he turned to go back inside and returned with her keys!!! Success sometimes doesn’t come with the detector.

The second call came around 3:30 pm. Ali had lost his keys while sledding down a hill on Friday. It was Monday.  After chatting with him, he had done everything right. From immediately searching, to checking places where someone may have placed them if they were picked up. From what he described and what he did it seemed very likely they were there. We just had to find them. Ali described three places where he wiped out on the sled. Both of us searched the hill in detail. Ali remembered that his brother had videoed some of the runs, including two where he went off to the side and bailed. We watched and were able to narrow down the search areas. After two very loud beer cans, we searched the second crash site.  I mentioned that very often, after searching and checking a variety of signals, I would hear “the” signal. When that happens I stop and stand up.  Moments   later I got another signal. I let Ali dig it.  Sure enough, there they were. Ali was ecstatic.  He stopped and said, “Funny, you just stopped and stood up” .