Court Gives Custody of Grandmother's Frozen Head to Cryonics Company

A Colorado probate judge has ruled that custody of a deceased grandmother's head will go to an Arizona-based cryonics company, not her family. The legal battle over Mary Robbins' head has been building since her death on Feb. 9 from cancer. Her children, led by her daughter, Darlene Robbins, lost their argument today that their mother's contract with the non-profit Alcor Life Extension Foundation was voided in the days before her death. Mary Robbins signed a contract with Alcor in 2006, giving...Full Story
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