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USTreasure hunting diver finds missing GoPro capturing the final moments of man who drowned at Tennessee waterfall two years ago

03:10  19 august  2019
03:10  19 august  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Video of the final moments of a man who drowned at a waterfall have been discovered two years later - by a diver who spotted his GoPro deep underwater. Richard Ragland got into difficult and drowned at Foster Falls State Park in Tennessee in 2017 just a few days before his 23rd birthday

Richard Ragland drowned at Foster Falls State Park in Tennessee in 2017 just a few days before his 23rd birthday, and since then his parents They have their answer: YouTuber Rich Aloha found Ragland’s GoPro while diving at the state park, intact with a working memory card filled with videos.

Treasure hunting diver finds missing GoPro capturing the final moments of man who drowned at Tennessee waterfall two years ago
Treasure hunting diver finds missing GoPro capturing the final moments of man who drowned at Tennessee waterfall two years ago
Treasure hunting diver finds missing GoPro capturing the final moments of man who drowned at Tennessee waterfall two years ago
Treasure hunting diver finds missing GoPro capturing the final moments of man who drowned at Tennessee waterfall two years ago
A treasure hunter diving in Tennessee found a missing GoPro camera containing the final moments of a man who drowned at a waterfall two years ago.

YouTube vlogger Rich Aloha was diving at Forest Falls Recreation Area in Marion County, Tennessee when he discovered a GoPro lodged in mud beneath the water.

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Treasure hunter Rich was diving in the area to see what he could find , and had been told by park While it might be a while before they're able to watch the last moments filmed before Richard died, in Jess is a journalist at LADbible who graduated from Manchester University with a degree in Film

that recorded the final moments of the life of a 22- year -old man who drowned at a Tennessee waterfall in Rich Aloha said he found the camera while scuba diving at the waterfall and called Richard Read: Treasure hunter finds memory card from GoPro containing man 's last moments

The mysterious GoPro belonged to 22-year-old Richard Ragland, a Georgia man who tragically drowned at the waterfall two years earlier while spending time with friends.

At the time, his parents Robin and Gary McCrear hoped footage taken by one of Ragland's friends while he was alive in the water would bring them closure.

Unfortunately, an envelope sent from park rangers supposed to hold a thumb drive with footage of Ragland having fun with his friends arrived to the family empty and prompted them to believe someone stole the video.

They didn't expect Aloha to find their son's GoPro and Robin told WSB-TV, 'He actually found Richard's GoPro camera.'

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24- year old Anneka Bading was having fun swimming at MacKenzie Falls in the Grampians National She was with her two friends and was filming herself using her GoPro when something tragic Bading was swimming near the Taiwanese man and his friends, who were sitting on a rock near the waterfall .

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Aloha told WSB-TV, 'I strongly believe that God led me to this GoPro because the only thing I saw was the end tip of the thumb screw and everything else was just covered in muck.'

Aloha believed the GoPro might belong to Ragland after park rangers told him about the 2017 drowning.

Miraculously, the SD card was still inside the camera and functional.

Aloha said, 'I was going through the footage and I said, 'Oh my God, this is the guy.'

The search for Ragland's family began, with Aloha going through several Google searches and making phone calls to possible family members.

'I'm glad I found it, personally,' he said, 'because I try to do the right thing and get the item back to the rightful owner.'

Then, Aloha found the McCrears.

Robin said: 'For him to go through his efforts to do his research, make numerous phone calls, he didn't give up until he got in touch with us and that means the world to us.'

The McCrears say that eventually they'll try to watch the Ragland's final recorded moments to get answers to their son's death, but right now they're thankful for Aloha and the film.

Robin said: 'What we've seen so far is Rich being Rich, living life to the fullest.'

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For two years, Robin McCrear wondered what happened to the last video footage her son recorded before he died. Her son, Richard Lee Ragland III, 22, drowned in June 2017 near a waterfall in Foster Falls State Park in Tennessee, she said. It was a devastating loss for Ms. McCrear, 51, who described her son as charismatic, popular and driven. “We just miss him so much,” she said. “The joy, the energy.” She knew that Mr. Ragland had been recording his travels with a GoPro camera, which he had carried with him into the water. But the little machine had never been found. So Ms.

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