Jeremy & Crystal contacted us after Crystal’s diamond ring flew off her hand into the yard while playing volleyball in their outdoor pool.
Prior to contacting us, Jeremy had borrowed a metal detector from a friend to search for the lost ring on his own–with no success.
After coordinating our schedules, my wife and I arrived at their Saint James City home to begin the search.
Just before sunset, my CTX 3030 detected a possible target. My wife began spreading apart the grass under the coil and there–lodged in the thick grass roots–lay the missing 18k white gold diamond ring.
A surprised couple were happily reunited with the ring.
We are glad this hunt ended with another successful recovery.
While enjoying a beautiful sunny day and the warm gulf waters with friends at Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park, Jessica Affleck saw her beautiful diamond ring fall into the ocean water right in front of her.
Immediately Jessica and her friends started looking for the ring with underwater masks, but had no success. Knowing how fast the ring disappeared, Jessica started losing hope fearing that the ring would be lost forever.
After looking on the Internet and researching what to do next, the ring finder website popped up. That’s when I received a call asking for help.
Jessica obtained permission to hunt the park and marked the area on the beach where she was at the time the ring slipped off her finger.
We arrived well after dark and with the park entrance closed, we had a long walk ahead of us. After finding the location of the lost ring, we immediately started searching as we could see lightning in the distance. Not too long into the search, a good signal was detected. The ring was in the scoop and recovered about 4″ below the sand!
An amazed Jessica was reunited with her beautiful white gold and diamond ring!