This is a CNN news report on the incredible journey.
Debra McKenna, took off her ring when she was washing her hands at the top of Maine, in 1973. She walked away without it, but quickly realized the mistake. When she returned, the ring was gone.
"It had just been run for a few minutes, but it was gone," says He to the in WISCONSIN.
the influence of the nature of the relationship, which is soon to be converted into a marriage that lasted over 40 years, and her husband Over and He died of cancer the year 2017.
Debra He had assumed that she would never see the ring again. However, in mid-January of this year, was found in a forest in the Karin in Finland, of all places, it is 20 cm below the face of the earth.
That was when the 38-year-old Marko Saarinen, was looking at one of their regular tours with his metal detector gave a ruling. He picked up the ring, and quickly realized that it outlasted the most common findings in the old coins and bottle caps.< https://twitter.com/Region8News/status/1229201302749696001?s=20
and , ”1973”, and ”S. M.”, the Saarinen clues as to where it came from. When he put up a picture of the ring on a Facebook page belonging to the 1973 year-class from Morse High School in San Diego, it didn't take long before the ”S. M” can be deciphered as a Whole, McKenna, Debras boyfriend and later husband.
Saarinen, and sent the ring to its rightful owner, mrs McKenna, who received it in the last week.
the ring has been able to cross the Atlantic ocean, from the outset, to know whether Marko Saarinen, or is Debra McKenna. For the latter, it doesn't matter that much.
" I've been feeling a little bit lost for a while, and now it feels like he is letting me know that the situation is under control and I am taking the right decision and he supports me. As he has done in my life, " she tells CNN.
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