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Lost wedding ring in Sandy Hook NJ Found by Matt St.Germain

from Seaside Heights (New Jersey, United States)
Contact: 1-732-581-0285

7/12/20 I received a call from Emily.
While at Sandy Hook beach with her husband and family she had removed her wedding rings and put them into her wallet. At some point she grabbed her wallet out of her bag to go up to the food truck. At some point during her walk her wedding band had fallen out of her wallet. It wasn’t until they were on their way home and she went to put them back on that she realized one was missing. They drove back to the beach and started searching the sand where they were sitting for at least an hour but were unable to locate it. I made arrangements to meet them out there once she was able to get permission from the federal park police (Metal detecting Sandy Hook is strictly prohibited) She was able to get permission so off i went. They showed me where they were sitting so i began my search there. Nothing… I then began a 10ft wide search towards the beach walkway little by little which is about a 100ft away from where they sat. Once i got within about 10ft of the beach walkway doing a another 10ft block of sand i finally got the kind of signal/number i was looking for about 5 ft from the walkway. As i shook the sand from my scoop i could hear the familiar clunking sound of a ring, Her ring! I yelled and held it up in the air and they came running over. They were all so happy and relieved! Another happy ending! 

Palladium wedding band found in Glen Arbor, Michigan

from Traverse City (Michigan, United States)
Contact: 1-231-499-7526

I got a call from Rocky needing help finding his Palladium wedding ring. He was in shoulder deep water in Lake Michigan and felt his ring slip off his finger. We agreed to meet Friday morning at 9:00am.

I asked the normal questions when we first met. We marked off an area 50 feet wide by 70 feet long in the water. Rocky is 6 foot 5 I’m 5 foot 8. I searched out as deep as I could go then handed Rocky my Excalibur II. Rocky searched the deeper area I could not reach. We had no luck in finding the ring, so I started searching shallower all the way to the shoreline. I could tell Rocky was getting discouraged so I had him go search the condo to keep his mind busy. Ended up grid searching the 50 by 70 foot area twice from two different directions and did not find the ring. This took 5 1/2 hours to grid search the area twice.

After the 5 1/2 hours in the water I was whooped and ready to call it a day. Rocky just happened to walk back down to the beach. I had already had a couple conversations with him about what had happened. He stated his ring has never fallen off before and was not loose. I told him again something physical happened to cause the ring to slip off. He was still sticking to the story of having the feeling of his ring coming off his finger. I told him if he wanted his ring back he needed to trust me 100 percent. I told him that people are stressed when they find out there ring is gone and that moment is burned into there brain that is where the ring is at. I told him your mind plays games with you and we need to turn this into process of elimination. That something physical happened to cause the ring to come off. He thought about it for a couple minutes then said I trust you. Then I asked him what else has happened the last couple days.

He said well, I fell out of a Kayak a couple day ago up the river. He said he did not tell me about it because there is no way he went 1 1/2 days without his ring and not notice it missing. I told him we need to go to the spot he fell in asap. We paddled up to the spot then I fell out of the kayak in the same spot. When I stood up I saw a shinny round looking object on the bottom. I turned on the Excalibur II to make sure it was metal. I got a really loud nice signal. Bent down picked it up and handed him his ring. His reaction was about 8 NOWAY!’s On the paddle back down river I heard him ask himself how he went 1 1/2 days without noticing his ring missing.

Metal detecting Miami

from Miami (Florida, United States)
Contact: 1-305-608-1870

If you lost a ring or other type of jewelry in the Miami area, you came to the right site.  I offer a metal detecting service to help find your lost jewelry.  Please call me at 305-608-1870.  You can  Text or leave a message and I will get right back to you.  Please see my other blogs and post for other recoveries and testimonials.  Below are some of my recent recoveries at the beach.

Lost class ring?

from Miami (Florida, United States)
Contact: 1-305-608-1870

If you lost a class ring or any other type of jewelry call me. 305-608-1870.  I provide a metal detecting service in the Miami area.  Please see my other blogs and posts of some of my successful recoveries.  

9/5/19 Lost Wedding band in Lbi NJ Found by Matt St.Germain

from Seaside Heights (New Jersey, United States)
Contact: 1-732-581-0285

One day ago I received a message late at night from Megan. While She and her husband Mike and their children were visiting Lbi and spending a day at the beach, Her husbands wedding ring slipped off his finger into the surf while he was swimming during high tide. Based on photos of where they were set up on the beach I went out there during low tide and I started gidding an area on the slope thinking it may have wound up there. After a few hours my hunch was right, I heard a nice tone loud and clear then bam! Sure enough it’s his ring! She was very happy when she saw the photo I sent. I will be meeting her husband on Saturday to return it. Another great ending!

Lost wedding ring in South Seaside Park NJ Found by Matt St.Germain

from Seaside Heights (New Jersey, United States)
Contact: 1-732-581-0285

My third successful recovery in less than 12hrs. A new personal best! While i was at the beach doing my second recovery, Chris called me and left me a message. While him and his wife were at the beach, Around 8:30pm he decided to go for a dip. As soon as he entered the water he felt his wedding ring slip off into the surf. He found me on the Ring Finders website. I called him back and made arrangements to meet him on the beach at 3am. He was in the water about 3-1/2hrs after peak low tide which is helpful. I met him and he showed me the area where they sat. I started my search towards the bottom of the slope as i felt it would be in that area and within 5mins Chris had his ring back! He was shocked and extremely happy and relieved. You see, His wife is pregnant and a week late with their first child!. At least now he had one less thing to worry about! Congratulations and best of luck to you both! Another wonderful ending!

Lost wedding ring in Lbi NJ found by Matt St.Germain

from Seaside Heights (New Jersey, United States)
Contact: 1-732-581-0285

A few hours ago i was contacted by Kara. While at the beach with her husband and children her husband Pat lost his wedding band in the sand. After about an hour of combing through the sand they were unable to find it. I drove out to their location within an hour and in about a minute i had the ring in my scoop! Another great ending!

 

Ring Lost for 7 Months Found!

from Leesburg (Virginia, United States)
Contact: 1-571-258-7217

This was a referral from another theRingfinders member; I received a call from a lady in Front Royal, Virginia about a lost ring. After talking to her for a while I found out the ring has been missing for about 7 months and even after a few other detectorists tried to locate it they were not able to recover the ring. I made the 50 mile journey to her home and upon arrival she showed me where she believed the ring was lost. Her husband had been doing yard work and was throwing leaves into the woods next to their property and shortly afterwards realized his ring was missing. After doing a quick view of the property and asking a few more questions I went to work. Within 30 minutes I had located the ring buried under some leaves, but also in between several rocks which may be why others had missed it. The owners wife was ecstatic to have her husbands ring back! This was November 2019 and she didn’t plan on giving him his ring back….at least not until Christmas, wrapped under the tree!! So happy to help Brandy.

Ring Lost for 7 Months Found!

gold ring lost at Lauderdale by the sea , Florida… found and returned to the owner

from North Miami Beach (Florida, United States)
Contact: 1-754-707-1233

East Hampton Mans Bracelet Loss and Found

from Suffolk County (New York, United States)
Contact: 1-516-526-4888

Receive a call from a man who lost a bracelet in his yard. They said the dog took it and they need help finding it. I told them I would be out the next mourning.I searched the main grass area with no results.  I than started in the bushes and after a short time I found it in the grass behind the bush.  The man now had the second matching bracelet.