"I thought it was an omen. I thought it was an omen. This is the end of our life. I am not superstitious, but I thought, this is an omen. This is a harboring of things to come. Now she says, 'Don't worry about it. We will get another ring. Nope, I want that ring," Carl Paulnack told WNEP.
But divers from Ledgedale Dive/Rescue Team came in to save the day.
They jumped into the lake and found the ring the next day.
"It seemed like he was down there forever. I guess it wasn't, but still. Then he said 'Is it two rings?' Because yes, the ring came apart. It's a nestle of rings. So when he came up and said, 'I think I found it,' it was a miracle for me," Carl Paulnack told the television station.
Grace Paulnack was grateful to get the ring back.
"I just hugged him even though he was soaking wet and had all that stuff on. I wanted to hug him, but I was afraid I might push him in the water," she said.