Hawaiian king's time capsule found, but will stay buriedBreaking News
Historians knew the capsule contained priceless pieces of the islands' history, including photos of royal families dating back to Kamehameha the Great and a constitution of the Hawaiian Kingdom. But until now the capsule's exact location was unknown.
"We found it within the first 10 minutes we were here," said Larry Conyers, a University of Denver professor who used ground penetrating radar to find the hollow spot in the northeast corner of the Aliiolani Hale building.
"It never happens like this," he said.
The capsule was left undisturbed. Digging it up would destroy the building above, which is also a historic treasure, experts said.
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