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Lost 52 years returned ID bracelet

Mkus

Well-known member
This was a great story of a find I made and was successful at returning to the owner which was on local news and to boot my mother knows his family!
https://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/local/Buried-Treasure-Bracelet-Reunited-With-Owner-52-Years-Later-474347703.html?_osource=mobilesharebar
 

Mkus

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floodplaindetector

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That is an awesome story Mark! great return.

About 15 years ago A guy and I were detecting a city park about 120 miles away in Minnesota. I pulled a 12K gold engraved personalized bracelet. It had a first and last name on it.
I later showed it to my co-worker and he said, I know who that is. He is my Uncle Eddy.
I replied, huh?, is he still alive? My co-worker replied. Sure he is. Uncle Eddy lives in Omaha, NE and is 87 years old.
My brother happens to live close to Omaha so my wife and I arranged a visit with Eddy and his wife when we were visiting my brother. Omaha is well over 400 miles south of our house.
When I handed Eddy the bracelet, he smiled and said, I think some girl I knew that summer of around 1948 or so gave me that necklace. He said he never saw her again after that summer.
Eddy's wife smiled and said. I have never heard that story until now.
We all got a good chuckle and took a few pics. We were glad we looked him up and made the return.

Dave


This was a great story of a find I made and was successful at returning to the owner which was on local news and to boot my mother knows his family!
 

Mkus

Well-known member
That’s cool Dave Turns out this guy his family knew my mom’s family! My mom knew his family well!
 
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