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Wedding ring found after front yard search in Holden, Louisiana

  • from New Orleans (Louisiana, United States)

Taylor contacted me back in December asking if I could assist in finding her wedding ring that was lost in her front yard after a night with hanging out by the bonfire with friends and family. I was able to make it out to Holden a few weeks later, however, once I finally arrived at her house, the rain began pouring down and the cold weather didn’t make the situation any better. After searching for about 30 minutes, I decided it would be best to return another day when the conditions were better. Almost two months later I finally was able to return. This time the weather was perfect. I used orange marking flags to meticulously mark every couple foot that I searched so that I don’t keep searching the same area. After clearing the entire front yard, I worked my way across the driveway to the side. Within 5 feet I saw her massive rose gold wedding ring still sitting on top the soil. I was thrilled that through perseverance, we were able to reunite Taylor with her lost wedding ring.

Ring lost in a 4-wheeler accident a few hours after getting married in Franklinton, Louisiana

  • from New Orleans (Louisiana, United States)

I was contacted by a women who said her friend got into a 4-wheeler accident in Franklinton, Louisiana at Riverbend Campground, which resulted in him losing his tungsten wedding ring. The man had just got married a few hours earlier at Riverbend Campground and was celebrating with friends and family when he lost it. Now, the couple were on their honeymoon in another state and had tasked their friend with finding the ring at all costs. After searching all day the next day, she gave up looking. She managed to place a chair over the location where she thought the ring likely was.

She went home, did some research and learned about the Ringfinders. When she contacted me, I knew we didn’t have much time to waste considering it was on a beach at a public campground. I was able to make it over there a few hours later. I found the chair she had placed over the target and I immediately searched around the chair. My first target was a solid signal but ended up being a 9mm shell casing. My second target was another great signal, I figured it would be another shell casing but as I stuck the pinpointer into the sand and pushed the sand aside I saw the ring pop out. It was located about 2 feet behind the chair. It took less than 1 minute to make this recovery.