Six classmates were able to reunite them after many years to extract a “time capsule” buried in their teens 22 years ago; they did not believe how to predict their future lives. Gemma Lynch, Emma Page, Sean McGreary, Gemma Albiston, Gemma Roesidge and Katie Wayne were only 15 when they buried their souvenirs in 1997. They lost contact with each other after high school, but Emma decided it was time to extract the past -Connect with her friends.
The women, now 37 years old, with shovels and metal detectors returned to Halesby Hill in Cheshire this summer in search of their old memories. They found teenage pictures and some incredibly accurate predictions of themselves in the future.
A collection of memorabilia appeared on posters and copies of popular films. The girls also buried handwritten articles and notes, anticipating their future lives, such as their careers, and the kind of men they would share their lives with. Incredibly, students at the Hillsby High School previously discovered that they were able to predict four future careers with great precision.
Emma, an elementary school teacher in Kilsal, said it was a "very exciting" moment when she saw the capsule, which was buried in her teens. "It's good to create a time capsule to save our memories as friends."
"We buried her where we usually meet on Friday," she said. "Everything is on social media now. No one is writing messages now. People are not printing photos as much."