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    myth/legend is walt cryogenically frozen in disneyland

    I dont know if this was already a thread but do you think Walt is ashes or cryogenically frozen. If he was awakend what do you think would happen assuming he came out in good health?

    Im bored, lets go to Disneyland.

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    Re: myth/legend is walt cryogenically frozen in disneyland

    Ashes. Forest Lawn in Glendale. There's a thread around here somewhere where someone posted a photo of the grave site (well, the plaque on it)

    When all else fails, consult snopes.com

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    Re: myth/legend is walt cryogenically frozen in disneyland

    Yah I just read Paying My Respects to Walt by monorail 1 and thought of this. I know if it was possible to awake someone esspecially Walt Id definitly wanna meet him.

    Im bored, lets go to Disneyland.

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    Re: myth/legend is walt cryogenically frozen in disneyland

    Anybody care for a Waltcicle??

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    Re: myth/legend is walt cryogenically frozen in disneyland

    A Walt popsicle, yummy!

    I've read several stories about this. Some say he is frozen and some say he is buried. However I have also read that when they freeze you they normally just freeze the head and not the body so if this is the case then Walt could be frozen and still have a grave site.

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    Re: myth/legend is walt cryogenically frozen in disneyland

    Oh man... wouldn't that be interesting!

    Here's an issue though: ownership. When a person dies, their posessions go to their heirs. What happens if they come back to life? Do they own anything? How does the world deal with their identity ("Gee Mr. Disney, this licence says you're over 100years old, but you don't look a day over 70...")

    But all that aside... I don't know. I would *love* to meet Walt. But I'm not sure I'd be too happy about him seeing the current state of things. Then again maybe I'd be wrong and he'd love it?

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    Re: myth/legend is walt cryogenically frozen in disneyland

    Anybody care for a Waltcicle??
    lol

    But seriously, if they froze the head how the heck are you gonna connect that back.

    Im bored, lets go to Disneyland.

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    Re: myth/legend is walt cryogenically frozen in disneyland

    Walt is creamated. It said so in the "Walt: The Man Behind the Myth" DVD that his family created.

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    Re: myth/legend is walt cryogenically frozen in disneyland

    Quote Originally Posted by Olympicnut
    Anybody care for a Waltcicle??
    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Mirror
    A Walt popsicle, yummy!
    Sorry, I aint licking THAT

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    Re: myth/legend is walt cryogenically frozen in disneyland

    That would be odd.... Ice-Creams shaped like Walt's head.... Maby at the "100 years of Magic" thing at MGM?
    Go Bengals.


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    Re: myth/legend is walt cryogenically frozen in disneyland

    Quote Originally Posted by Hidden Goofy
    That would be odd.... Ice-Creams shaped like Walt's head.... Maby at the "100 years of Magic" thing at MGM?

    Can ya imagine the conversation though?

    "What kind of popcicle are ya sucking on?"

    "Walts head"

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    Re: myth/legend is walt cryogenically frozen in disneyland

    ^^^We need a smiley that has a ten-foot pole because I am not touching that one



    Back to your regularly scheduled post....

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    Re: myth/legend is walt cryogenically frozen in disneyland

    Quote Originally Posted by Hidden Goofy
    That would be odd.... Ice-Creams shaped like Walt's head.... Maby at the "100 years of Magic" thing at MGM?

    Now that I have stopped laughing ...

    I have a hard enough time eating the waffles in shape of Mickey's Head at the Plaza Inn, I really don't think I could eat Walt.

    Okay giggle fits have started again.

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    Re: myth/legend is walt cryogenically frozen in disneyland

    I'v visited his grave
    If you ask where it is to a employee, they won't tell you though

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