At the Aspen International Design Conference in 1983, Steve Jobs gave a talk predicting future technologies like the iPad, wireless networking, and even the App Store. During the conference he used his Lisa mouse to help navigate through the talk. Afterwards, the device was buried as the "Aspen Time Tube."
Over time the tube became known as the "Steve Jobs Time Capsule," and organizers looked forward to the day they would get to dig it up. On problem troubled them, they could not find the mouse.
The original plan was to excavate it in 2000, but the conference organizers were unable to find it. Fourteen years later, with the help of National Geographic Channel show "Diggers," local crews finally discovered the tube last September. Here is the video showing the mouse finally being excavated: