While exploring the fields at Crater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro, Arkansas, Susie Clark had found a 3.69- carat white diamond. On April 23, the prayers of Arkansas woman were heard.
While exploring the fields at Crater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro, Arkansas, Susie Clark had found a 3.69-carat white diamond.
On April 23, the prayers of Arkansas woman were heard. On the enter to the park Susie Clark asked the security to bless her and let to find a diamond that day and succeeded as long as later she saw that sparkling teardrop-shaped nature gift lying on the ground. She plans to keep it and even gave the stone a name “Hallelujah Diamond”, like the symbol of realization of her dream.
The Hallelujah Diamond is the biggest among the founded this year. Waymon Cox, a park interpreter, said that it is about the size of a pinto bean and also claimed that Susie’s stone is the largest one found since April 16, 2014, when someone was lucky to find a 6.19 white diamond and named it the Limitless.
This year at the Crater of Diamonds State Park the 122 gems were discovered.
The park is named for an ancient eruption that covered the area with gems and this 37.5-acre area is the only public place in the world, where visitors for the small fee can find a diamonds and keep them.
The worth of the finding is unclear, because the park officials aren’t skilled to value their price, but a 3-85-carat Oklahoman Tara Clymer’s diamond, founded last year, was sold for $20 000.
The park area is regularly plowed to bring the new diamonds to the surface and attract more visitors.