May 7, 2015 5:43 PM
CONCORD - Half a century after it was buried, historians are looking forward to opening a time capsule that was unearthed early because of the expansion project in downtown Concord.
The contents of the 1965 capsule are mostly a mystery. Rumor has it there are city documents, but other items will be a surprise to most who attend the official opening at the Concord City Auditorium Sunday June 7.
Longtime resident Kerry Eisenhaur attended an event Thursday where the bulletproof capsule was removed from it's wooden box. His father was in charge of the capsule and he says he knows more than most, but also knows his late father left him a few surprises that he's been anticipating since he was eight years old.
The Concord Historical Society will continue the tradition by burying another time capsule in November. Historians are actively seeking suggestions for what should be included.
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