Ring woman lost in US in 1973 turns up buried in Finnish forest

If rings could talk...

19.2.2020

If rings could talk...

Debra McKenna was stunned to discover that her late husband Shawn's ring, which she lost in 1973, had turned up in a remote Scandinavian forest

A ring lost by a woman in the US in 1973 has reappeared buried in a Finnish forest.It belonged to her then boyfriend Shawn, who Debra married in 1977, with the couple living happily together until Shawn died of cancer in 2017.The ring, discovered by Saarinen while out with his metal detector, was engraved with the words ‘Morse High School,’ the year ‘1973’ and the initials ‘SM.’

Saarinen found a Morse High School Class of 1973 Facebook page, where he posted the details of his discovery.‘And didn’t really believe that it would be his. I needed to see it.

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Woman’s ring lost 47 years ago in US is discovered in a forest in Finland'There was a lot of weeping when I learned that someone found it and made the effort to reach out and find me' That's unbelievable return it to the right owner I remember I lost a tiny garnet ring at a train station in Edinburgh when I was about 6 years old. It was Victorian and I didn't ever get it back. I cried all the way to Newcastle (our destination on the train). I sometimes look for it to see if it comes up for sale. Even the most stupid detective should be able to work this out by the title alone....its insulting.

Woman's ring lost 47 years ago in US is unearthed in a forest in FinlandDebra McKenna, who misplaced the ring in Maine in 1973, received it in the post after it was dug up by a metal detectorist Quantum entanglement How the heck dud thst happen...sounds like the ring in the coconut. Where is the woman?

Woman's ring lost 47 years ago in US is unearthed in a forest in FinlandDebra McKenna, who misplaced the ring in Maine in 1973, received it in the post after it was dug up by a metal detectorist Quantum entanglement How the heck dud thst happen...sounds like the ring in the coconut. Where is the woman?

Woman’s ring lost 47 years ago in US is discovered in a forest in Finland'There was a lot of weeping when I learned that someone found it and made the effort to reach out and find me' That's unbelievable return it to the right owner I remember I lost a tiny garnet ring at a train station in Edinburgh when I was about 6 years old. It was Victorian and I didn't ever get it back. I cried all the way to Newcastle (our destination on the train). I sometimes look for it to see if it comes up for sale. Even the most stupid detective should be able to work this out by the title alone....its insulting.

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