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Metal Detecting Lost Wedding Band in Ocean City, Maryland…Found in Sand!

  • from Washington (District of Columbia, United States)

Abdul’s Wedding Band Happily Found in the Sand on the Beach in Ocean City, Maryland!

Abdul and His Newlywed Bride Sarah Celebrating the Return of Abdul’s Very Special Wedding Keepsake!

BRIAN RUDOLPH, LOST ITEM RECOVERY SPECIALIST (LAND, WATER, SAND, SNOW, LEAVES, HOUSES & VEHICLES) WILL FIND YOUR LOST KEEPSAKE! CALL ASAP (301) 466-8644!

On one particular beautiful summer sunny day, I was metal detecting along the surf in Ocean City, Maryland when I was contacted by a young lady named Sarah. Her newlywed husband of less than a year, named Abdul, lost his 14 karat white gold wedding band somewhere in the sand near their beach things. The man saw the ring fly off his finger when he was clapping his hands together out of excitement for something fun that was being shared between he and his wife on the beach.

Coincidentally, I was less than a block away from where the couple frantically looked for their missing ring.  Out of a hundred and fifty Ocean City beach blocks, I happened to be on the same block, on the sand, no more than 100 feet away from them! It was meant to be that I was supposed to help this lovely couple out!

As I looked around I could see a young lady approach me and introduced herself as Sarah. She was so happy that I was close by and still on the beach because I was about to leave just a few minutes later.

Sarah then took me over to where all of their belongings were and I had the privilege of meeting Abdul. They were just the nicest couple ever, so full of much happiness and life!

I asked all of the necessary questions as to how the ring came off of Abdul’s finger and the approximate area where he was sitting at the time that the wedding band disappeared. Once I got the clear picture of what happened and what type of precious metal that we were looking for, I grabbed my metal detector and began the search.

The recovery of Abdul’s most treasured ring took all of 60 seconds! As soon as I came across the first target that could be heard on my detector, I knelt down in the hot dry sand and took out my handheld metal detector to locate the exact location of the target. I then placed my fingers in the sand until I felt a halo-type shaped object. I knew at that moment that I had found what Abdul and Sarah had been searching for for the longest time!

The couple was so happy that they called upon me to find Abdul’s missing ring! Everyone nearby celebrated with the newlyweds knowing that their very special “love story” (which was represented by this ring) was safely back in their possession once again!

Abdul and Sarah could not stop thanking me, and likewise, I couldn’t stop thanking them for giving me the opportunity and privilege to help out such a very special newlywed couple!

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Tiny Gold Band Recovery – East Bay Regional Park

  • from San Francisco (California, United States)

15 months after losing her partner’s wedding band on a camping trip, I returned with Kathy to search their last campsite in the East Bay hills. I was skeptical of our chances of locating her ring in a public place after more than a year. But Kathy was not giving up on locating her lost, late wife’s, wedding band.

Kathy had heard about The Ring Finders from her son, who read about our work in a recent article in Atlantic Magazine. With hope and optimism, she decided to give us a try.

She took me to a beautiful redwood grove and showed me where they had made a fire, and where they pitched their tents.  I set up shop by the fire ring and began a slow outward spiral grid search from the pit. On my 5th rotation, about 20 feet from the fire pit, underneath the deep redwood pine straw, under an inch of dirt, was her tiny gold band.

Kathy with her recovered wedding band.

Astonishing simple and beautiful design, detecting it, and first seeing it in the dirt, was a magical experience.

15 months later.  A priceless keepsake returned.  Never give up.

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SF Bay Area RingFinders Contact: Marshall Smith – Text or call: 415-895-0334

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

 

 

Lost Platinum Wedding Band .. In Sand .. San Clemente Beach, CA.

  • from Newport Beach (California, United States)

Saturday 8-8-15

I was checking my emails early Saturday morning when I found that Louis had sent me an email at 11:30pm Friday night. He had lost a ring at the beach and wanted to know if I could help him find it.
I immediately sent him a reply asking him to call me as soon as possible, it was going to be a big day for beach goers. I still had no idea of what beach or when and how it was lost. I waited for his call curious about which beach the lost ring could be. If I could get on the road before 9am., I could get to most the beaches before people started laying out their beach towels and umbrellas.
Just about 8am Louis called giving me the information I needed to get on the road. He had been at San Clemente beach pier surfing with some friends Friday about 7pm. He had wrapped his wedding band in his shirt leaving it on the beach with his towel.. When they came in his friend picked up the shirt and the ring disappeared in the sand. Louis verbally gave me the location so I took off to claim the search area.
Louis was across town on the west side of Los Angeles. He said he would be driving to meet me but it was maybe an hour and a half drive. I arrived San Clemente Pier and started gridding in front of the landmarks that Louis gave me. It wasn’t long before the ring showed up in my sand scoop. I took a picture of it sending it to Louis in a text message.
When Louis showed up he praised me telling me that I may have save his marriage. I know he was joking but I’m sure it makes life better not to have to tell your spouse that your ring is lost forever. It was another good day for all. “TheRingFinders Rule”.

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