WALT DISNEY

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On December 15, 1966, the legend of the animation,  Walt Disney , died of complications of lung cancer, for which he had undergone surgery just one month before. A private funeral was held the next day, and on December 17, his body was cremated and buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California. But while, undoubtedly, Disney lives through the legacy of the beloved feature films and theme parks that comprise much of his life’s work, shortly after his death, a rumor began circulating that he might also be living in a more literal sense, with his body suspended in a frozen state and buried deep beneath the  Pirates of the Caribbean at Disneyland in Anaheim, California, waiting for the day when medical technology advanced enough to resuscitate the animator. 

Rumors about its cryopreservation

It is rumored that the animation legend was frozen after death so that it could be revived in the future, and in a 1972 biography of his father, Disney’s daughter, Diane, wrote that he doubted he had heard of crionics

His fascination with the future stoked the rumors.

Over the years, the defenders of this seemingly absurd rumor have cited the secret surrounding the death and burial of Disney as evidence of its veracity.

The daughter of Disney has denied that it is frozen cryogenically.

The exact origins of the rumor are uncertain , but first appeared in print in 1969 in an article in which a Disney executive attributed it to a group of disgruntled animators who wanted to laugh at him.

The rumor has been repeatedly denied by several sources since that time, including Disney’s daughter, Diane, who in a 1972 biography wrote that she doubted that her father had heard of cryonics. It has been further discredited by those who point to the existence of signed legal documents indicating that Disney was cremated and that his remains are buried in a marked plot (for which his estate paid $ 40,000) in Forest Lawn, whose exact location is One issue of public record. In addition, for all accounts, it was known that Disney was a very private man in life, so the silent circumstances of his cremation and burial are far from suspicious.

The science behind cryonics is still developing.

However, despite the apparent lack of credible evidence to support a connection between this and Walt Disney, the existence of icyonics is a reality.

Since 1964, when Robert Ettinger published a paper on the plausibility of freezing humans for the purpose of bringing them back to life, a major cryonics industry has developed in the United States. Today, with rates ranging from $ 28,000 to $ 200,000, companies such as Suspended Animation Inc., Cryonics Institute, iCryonics and Alcor Life Extension Foundation offer their clients the opportunity to place their bodies in a large metal tank in a state of freezing known as Cryostasis, with the purpose of being restored to life and completing physical and mental health at a theoretical point in the future, when medical science is sufficiently advanced to do so. According to reports, there are hundreds of people who are in cryostatically conditions in facilities throughout the country, and thousands more who have already made arrangements for their own conservation.

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After his death in 2004, baseball legend Ted Williams became the most high profile person to date to be placed in cryostasis, but has also been linked to cricketers with celebrities as diverse as Muhammad Ali, Paris Hilton and Larry King .

The Cryonics is not without its detractors, however. Their science has largely been dismissed as fantastic, and the people who work in the industry made fun of nothing more than swindlers and profiteers. Still, it’s the futuristic science fiction stuff that maybe even Walt Disney himself would have appreciated.

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