One of the most pervasive rumors regarding cryonics (low temperature preservation of humans an animals) is centered around Walt Disney. Legend has is that Disney, being the lover of technology and great innovator that he was, requested to be cryonically preserved after his death so that he could be revived later. 
While this particular story isn’t true, there are people who have chosen to have their bodies frozen after death, including baseball legend Ted Williams and his son, John Henry Williams. 
The technology to reverse the procedure is currently nonexistent and largely hypothetical. 

One of the most pervasive rumors regarding cryonics (low temperature preservation of humans an animals) is centered around Walt Disney. Legend has is that Disney, being the lover of technology and great innovator that he was, requested to be cryonically preserved after his death so that he could be revived later. 

While this particular story isn’t true, there are people who have chosen to have their bodies frozen after death, including baseball legend Ted Williams and his son, John Henry Williams. 

The technology to reverse the procedure is currently nonexistent and largely hypothetical. 

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