Talk about your LUCK!
Kalel Langford was in southern Arkansas for a baseball tournament recently when he decided to visit the Crater of Diamonds State Park.
30 minutes later he spotted a shiny, dark brown jewel. Turns out it was a 7.44-carat diamond. Park officials said the gem is the 7th-largest diamond found in the park since 1972.
Kalel says he plans to keep it as a souvenir, and not sell it. Of course no one has placed a value on the diamond yet, that may change his mind. He also gave it a name "Superman’s Diamond" because his name is similar to the superhero’s birth name (Kal-El).
Would YOU keep it, or sell it?