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Lost Wedding Ring Willowbrook Park! St Albert Alberta

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)


I was contacted yesterday requesting my service to find a gold wedding band which had been lost in early March in a wooded park.  I agreed to meet  that evening and was shown the approximate area that the ring had been lost.  I searched for a few hours with no luck so I agreed to return first thing morning to continue my search.

This morning I was back in the park and within 10 minutes I found the wedding ring neatly tucked in the under brush!

Another happy client.




Lost Car Key @ Victoria Park, Edmonton Alberta

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)

Shad called me this afternoon requesting my assistance to help him find his only key to his car which he lost the other day while waking in the park.

I meet Shad at the park and he showed me the area where his key could possibly be! Within three minutes I had the key back in is hand. Shad told me he spent hours on his hands and knees looking for it the other day with no luck.

Another happy client! Thank you Shad for entrusting me to locate your key.

Missing Ring & Earring! Parkland County, Alberta, Canada.

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)



The Culprit

Question is: Did Laser eat my Earring and Ring?


Jesse called me on Thursday requesting my service to locate a missing ring and earring.  Jesse said the ring went missing about one month ago, and the earring went missing two weeks ago from his bedroom dresser table.  The only possible culprit was his six month old dog Laser!

After asking Jesse several questions like; how was Laser feeling, did he have any signs of discomfort, and was he his normal self Jesse replied that he was fine so my next question was; is Laser a free roamer on the acreage?  Jesse replied no, that he is always let out into his dog run which is huge,  about 80’ x 80’ and that his daily deposits were still frozen on the ground.  I thought to myself, “hmmm interesting”, wonder which pile the ring could be in and also the earring!

I agreed to meet up with him Saturday morning.  When I arrived at the acreage I met Jesse and Andria.  They showed me the dog run where I met Laser. Andria told me about Laser, how he is obsessive with his toys and rocks, and eats anything that a six month old dog would do. When wearing her rings he would lick her hands.  Andria was positive that he ate the ring and also her earring, as two weeks ago she had found her jewellery box on the floor in her bedroom and one of her earrings was missing.

After searching about one hour the ring was found in a nice pile in the corner of the yard.  My next question was where is the earring?  I told Jesse that I needed the other earring so that I could tune my detector to it.

I carefully searched for the earring where the ring was found but had no luck. I decided to search the other corner of the yard and knowing how hard earrings are to find I began very slowly and low scan search each inch and finally I heard a faint tone! I called Jesse over and told him “there IT IS”!   He looked but could not see because the earring was inside this pile! LOL, and again I said “this is it”!  He could not believe his eyes when we took the pile in to be washed out and there was Andria’s beautiful diamond earring!

Jesse and Andria was over the moon that her ring and earring was back where they belonged!

Another very happy client!  Thank you, Jesse and Andria, for entrusting me to find your missing jewellery in a very unusual location. Yes, Laser was definitely the culprit!

Lost Keys Parking Lot In The Oliver Neighborhood Edmonton Alberta

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)


Today I received an e-mail from Rachael asking if I would be able to find her keys.  I agreed to meet up with her at her apartment parking lot where she thought they could be.  After asking a few questions I began to search around her car and then the immediate area from the back entrance of the building.  I found them buried in about two inches of snow.   Rachael was very happy to have her keys back as we all know how expensive it is to replace security chip keys.

Thank you Rachael for entrusting me to find your lost keys.

Grandfather’s Ring Returned From The Ashes! Parkland County, Alberta Canada

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)

Vieri called me a week ago asking if I could locate his grandfathers ring which he lost on the farm, the ring is very sentimental and it was imperative that the ring was back on his finger.

We agreed to meet today! Vieri told me there could be two possible area which the ring could be he told me he had walked down to the pond and put the boat in the water, I did a complete search of the area No ring! then Vieri said the other place was where he was burning brush in the firepit which he had lots of brush to burn he also mentioned he had no gloves on while he was throwing the brush into the firepit I searched the area where the pile of brush was No ring then I checked the firepit then out of the ashes pops out his grandfathers ring.  I told Vieri to take it to a professional Jeweler their specialized equipment and products will be able to safely and effectively restore the ring to original condition! (fingers crossed).

Vieri was so grateful that the ring was found.

Another happy client!

Lost 14kt gold Wedding Ring, Sturgeon County, Alberta Canada

  • from Edmonton (Alberta, Canada)


Kevin called me yesterday afternoon requesting my assistance to locate his wedding ring which he had lost two weeks ago while gardening in his back yard.  After asking Kevin a few questions I agreed to meet with him in an hour.  His yard is huge! After a three hour search I called it quits for the evening but I assured Kevin if the ring was in the area I would find it for him! I told him that I would return the next day to continue the search and in the mean time to relax. I knew that was a hard thing for him to do as so far 2020 had been a disappointing year for him.

When I met up with Kevin the following afternoon I told him I was armed and had my “top guns” with me! I assured him that I was going to find his ring.  I retraced my steps once again where I thought the most likely place the ring could be but unfortunately I had no luck.  I kept looking in his compost pile as something told me it might be there but had no luck.  I kept asking Kevin questions trying to jog his memory.

My questions did trigger Kevin’s memory!  He had brought his wheel barrow and dumped his rose bush and other garden material in a pile at another location.   I searched the area and Bingo,  I heard  a very sweet tone and knew that was his ring!  I told Kevin that it was his lucky day.   At the bottom of the pile was his lost ring!  Kevin could not believe his eyes when I showed him his ring and was so happy to have his ring back.  It pays to keep  asking questions all the time even if  you have asked before. You keep asking as sometimes it jogs a distant memory,  just keep asking!

Another Very Happy Client! Thank you Kevin and the best of luck to you and your family in the future.