University Students Discover Decades-Old Time Capsule Filled with Hilarious Secret Treasures

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Too Much Information

While many think time capsules are useful pieces of history, one historian, William E. Jarvis, believes that typically, things found inside the hidden capsules don’t actually carry much information about the person who buried it. Luckily, that wasn’t the case for Shenandoah University students…

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Waiting it Out

The one thing in particular that Jarvis isn’t a fan of, is the predetermined date for when future explorers should open the time capsules they find. While many have waited to until the date specified, to him, there’s no reason…

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