Filming with Channel 7 - Reporter Loses Her Ring!

Filming with Channel 7 - Reporter Loses Her Ring!

We recently filmed a TV spot with Channel 7 – they were very interested in what I do and how I return valuable lost items to people. One case they were particularly focused on was when I returned Adlyn’s uninsured $20,000 engagement ring back to her.

The news crew decided to give me a test – the reporter wanted to hide her engagement ring somewhere in the grass while I wasn’t looking and then they would time me to see how long it took me to find it again. Ironically once she had hidden it she actually couldn’t find it again! She was panicking. Watch below to see the event and some more filming on that day.

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Metal-Detector-Treasure-Queensland

Metal-Detector-Treasure-Queensland

The crew wanted to film some of the many different items I have found over the years, including around 200 rings!

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Metal-Detector-Treasure-Queensland
The 2 brand new salt water aquariums were purchased because I found Adlyn’s ring (rather than having to spend it on a replacement!)



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