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Our Success Stories for the past year...

Lost Wedding Ring found November 2018:

(Lost Item #2746)


I contacted the owner and went out and found it this afternoon.

Definitely a happy couple !!!

Mark Hobson

The Found Ring!

The Found Ring!

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Lost Wedding Ring found October 2018:

(Lost Item #2730)

After receiving a Lost Item Report from Lost My Stuff for Larry and his wife's lost wedding ring, I called him and made plans to meet at his house after work, which made it dark and cool out, around 40 degrees.

The ring had come off Larry's wife's finger while they were trimming brush in their yard. The game plan we came up with was to check in front of the brush pile first, because he and his wife had pulled most of the brush out onto the lawn and searched through it with no luck, and then put it back thinking that the ring may have been moved to the lawn. After that we checked the top and sides of the brush pile in case it was possibly hung up on a branch.

Next I went to the side of the pile where Larry's wife was when she had thrown some brush into the pile and the ring had flown off. I went about 5 steps with no signal until I ran my coil under the overhang of the pile where I got a solid +20 on my Whites DFX and told Larry that this was probably it. (I had told him we would know because of the solid repeatable signal and a almost zero depth).

I moved away the grass and leaves and there was the ring, glaring from the spotlight Larry had plugged in ready to use. I picked it up and said "Here it is" as I handed it to him.

We both were saying we coouldn't believe how easy it was once we checked in the pile. If it had got moved onto the lawn from the previous search and we started in the pile in the first place we would of been there for over an hour going through the briars and branches.

Long story, but quick find. I had called Larry at 6:10 Friday to tell him I was 10 minutes away and I was driving home at 6:45!

Thanks again for having this web site available -- it's as good for people who have lost things as it is for people who find them!

Mike Bailey

Very Happy Wife!

Very Happy Wife!

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Lost Wedding Ring found October 2018:

(Lost Item #2721)


I lost my wedding ring while playing football with my son and nephews. My entire family searched all over the grassy area in my parents back yard with no luck. That night I looked online to see if I could rent a metal detector. I then stumbled onto lostmystuff.net. I submitted a Lost Item Report that night and was contacted by Ray the next morning.

Ray drove from Leavenworth to Olathe to help me and was able to find the ring in no time at all. It was such a relief!

So much thanks to the group and especially to Ray!


The Happy Owner!

The Found Ring!

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Lost Engagement Ring found June 2018:

(Lost Item #2616)

I lost my engagement ring last week but didn't know where I lost it. I thought I had probably left it somewhere in the kitchen area in my house, so my wife & I carefully searched the kitchen area and then the entire house several times, but we still couldn't find it. We even dropped a webcam inside the floor air ducts of every room!

Then, I thought I must have lost it in my back yard lawn area as I was working on removing some wild mushrooms which had grown up in the lawn. After all that searching, I suddenly remembered that John Hawken, who in the past was my supervisor (when he worked the in Johnson County; KS area) telling me that he was the founder of a website called lostmystuff.net which has many volunteers all over who help people like me find their lost rings & such. I contacted John and filed a lost item report on the website and in a matter of a few hours I had received calls from three (3) detectorists!

Since Mr. Robert Davis (Bob) was the first to call us and was only a few miles away, he volunteered to come and help in the evening after work. When he arrived I told him the probable areas where I must have lost the ring and he began detecting, carefully inch-by-inch and digging in the grass wherever he heard interesting sounds.

Bob told me he has been detecting since he was 9 years old. He was a very nice guy and had a lot of knowledge and experience on many different metal detector brands. Eventually, after 30 minutes he heard the right sound and found the ring under some 4 inch thick grass, where we could have never found it with just our eyes! It was in the area of the lawn where the wild mushrooms had grown and I must have dropped it there.

Finding the ring made me so happy, as that ring means a lot to me. My wife and I are really greatful to Bob, John, the volunteers who called us, and the whole lostmystuff team. You guys are awesome and selflessly bring happiness to the world. God bless you all!

Nitin & Deepti

Found & Returned!

Found & Returned!

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