Woman's ring lost 47 years ago in US is unearthed in a forest in Finland

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Debra McKenna, who misplaced the ring in Maine in 1973, received it in the post after it was dug up by a metal detectorist An American woman’s high school class ring that was lost in Maine in 1973 has been found in a forest in Finland. Debra McKenna, 63, lost the ring in Portland when she was a student at Morse high school,the Bangor Daily News reported . She said the ring was largely forgotten until a metal detectorist found it buried under 20cm (8in) of soil in a forested Finnish park 47 years later. Continue reading...
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