Woman Finds Long-Lost Wedding Ring On Growing Carrot

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If you've lost some precious jewelry, you should definitely search between the sofa cushions, behind your dresser, and in any vegetables growing in your back yard. Lena Paahlsson of Sweden lost her wedding ring in 1995 when she took it off in the kitchen, and recently she found it in her garden with a carrot growing through it. She and her husband believe the ring fell into the sink and wound up in some vegetable peelings that were either composted or fed to their sheep.


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Montauk Monster

In 1965, my grandpa lost his college ring while playing football on a beach in Florida. About five years ago, he received it back in the mail - a beachcomber found the ring, contacted the university to get my grandpa's current address, and mailed it back like a champ. That thing was buried in the sand for forty years! So bizarre.