Another example of a lost-and-found type of Alternate Reality TWIDDER centers on a piece of jewelry:
Six years ago Pam of Bloomington, Illinois was getting ready for a holiday party. She was cleaning her wedding rings at the kitchen sink when her engagement ring slipped out of her finger.
She searched for an intense fifteen minutes everywhere in the kitchen; sink, counter, floor. The search continued after their party. For forty-five minutes Pam cleared everything from the kitchen counters searching for the engagement ring; using a flashlight she peered down the disposal, finally feeling around in it with no luck.
Pam took apart the oven, opened drawers and cabinets, got down on her hands and knees and inspected every square inch of the floor. She searched the curtain hanging over the sink, and the faucet. To no avail.
Her husband took apart the pipes under the sink and minutely examined them. No ring. He went over all of the ground searched by his wife, with the same results; nothing.
Finally, he re-installed the plumbing, and asked Pam to turn on the water. THERE WAS HER RING, sitting on the flat bottom of the sink! It was bone dry—no water or pipe “gook” on it. Pam says, “The only way I can describe it is that it came from nowhere!”
To this day, the couple get the chills whenever they think about the missing engagement ring.