An Indiana mental hospital that has sat unused for over two decades is being demolished to make way for residential and business space. But a recent discovery by construction crews is taking people back in time to the late 1950s. A time capsule from 1958 containing video from the Central State Hospital was found in the cornerstone of the Bahr Treatment Center, according to the Indianapolis Star. The video gave some insight into where psychiatric care was at the time. “Today marks the cornerstone ceremony of the Bahr Treatment Center,” Central State Hospital Superintendent Clifford Williams said sitting on the left in the video shot on July 22, 1958.