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Finding a Lost Ring In the Snow in Calgary….After it melts

  • from Cochrane (Alberta, Canada)

Blaine called me on Christmas Eve’s eve. She had lost her ring while brushing the snow off her car in a heavy snowfall.  The next morning we met but alas the parking lot had been plowed. The good news, they piled the snow in one location. The bad news, they piled the snow in one location. After an initial check, I realized I would have to try again once the snow went down somewhat. Ninety days later, I checked a third time. This time the snow had melted enough that there was a chance. Sure enough, it was just on the surface. Watch the video for the results.

Lost Ring Found in Calgary’s Kananaskis Playground

  • from Cochrane (Alberta, Canada)

Sam called me up. Her husband and her went camping in Kananaskis country. A hot day and lead to a dip in the cold creek.  When it was over, his ring was gone.  They spent two days looking for it without any luck and potential cases of hypothermia. When I arrived, we chatted a little and then I got to work. Fifteen minutes later, the ring was back in her hands. Another happy ending.  Watch the video for the full story.

From Sam

“Working with Evan to find our wedding ring was incredible. He’s professional, kind, tenacious, and joyful. His reassurance and skills made our stress flow away and he found it so quickly! Highly recommended!”

Film Maker’s Wedding Ring Found By Calgary Ringfinder. JC Effect Crosses the Mountains.

  • from Cochrane (Alberta, Canada)

Al called me.  He was up at Fortress Mountain filming a commercial. The Vancouver film maker had wrapped up the filming and was packing up. About halfway back to the highway he realized his ring was missing. They went back and with the help of four others, searched for the ring to no avail. That night while talking with his wife, she mentioned that she had seen a piece on TV about a professional ring finder finding the actor Jon Cryer’s lost ring. With that information, he was able to find me on the internet.  We chatted at length and arranged for me to get access to the ski hill (it is closed to the public) the next day. It had to be the next day because the forecast was for snow….lots of it.  While Al was heading for the airport, I was up at the hill searching for his ring. With the great details Al provided, we began our hunt. A few minutes in, I heard the beautiful tone of a surface target. Moments later, the ring was revealed under a light dusting of snow.

Once back in cell coverage I sent a picture of the ring to Al.  His words…”Woohoo. That is amazing. I am so thrilled.” It will soon be in his hands.