Trish Johnson is the self-described "keeper of the crypt." She is the daughter of Harold Davisson who, in 1974, built the then-Guinness world-record-setting world's largest time capsule. It is filled with all the crazy, ephemeral and profound stuff of the 1970s, including a polyester leisure suit, a Chevy Vega, and memories of the town of Seward Nebraska. This interview was shot for the documentary "Fire, Ice and Sky" (formerly titled "Looking for Time") to be released in 2013. Unfortunately, the scene could not fit into the final cut of the film but is worth watching on its own. The family plans to open the time capsule on July 4, 2025 and then refill it with another load of material memories. There is a great article on the time capsule in: roadsideamerica.com/story/15985

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