But not everyone agress with Geller.
"We've always treated the dead with a certain element of respect, of dignity, " Rabbi Louis Feldstein said. "And then all of a sudden, we're putting them on display."
Rabbi Feldstein says he was stunned when a bodies exhibit opened in his hometown of Atlanta, Ga.
"It's against repsect for the life that was lived," he told ABC News. "It's against respect for the gift of the body that we have." (ABC News)