[SCA-AE] Lost and Found items in Barony of Endless Hills
Dawn de La Lune
bitchy_sweet1227 at yahoo.com
Fri Oct 20 18:07:09 EDT 2006
Just goes to show that what is meant to be with ya will eventually return.
From: sca-aethelmearc-bounces at lists.andrew.cmu.edu
[mailto:sca-aethelmearc-bounces at lists.andrew.cmu.edu] On Behalf Of David
Sent: Friday, October 20, 2006 10:13 AM
To: discussion at aethelmearc.org
Subject: RE: [SCA-AE] Lost and Found items in Barony of Endless Hills
> It seems that this is the case all over. It's a shame that people
> loose items or leave them behind and don't claim them right away. I
> know that when I lost a ring last September, I combed the site myself
> and then asked around to see it if was found. Turned out it fell off
> my finger in my own car. I found that after 6 months went by, while
> finally cleaning out under the seats, and I had given up hope of finding
There was a similar item in the paper recently. It seems a soldier lost his
West Point ring in 1999. He sold his red sports car. The new owner sold it
again a few years later to a 24 yo woman. The woman owned a ferret. The
ferret got loose from his cage and found the shiny under the seat. The
woman sold it to a pawn shop. The pawn shop owner got suspicious of a 24 yo
woman with a West Point ring dated 1980's and called the police to report
stolen goods. The police were able to find the original owner because they
had the year, initials and SSN on the inside of the ring. The soldier is
currently in Iraq, but they contacted him. He asked his wife to pay the
pawn shop owner and he's delighted to have his West Point ring back after
loosing it half a decade ago!
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