Former Alcor Employee Makes Harsh Allegations Against Cryonics Foundation

It's a practice that appeals to some people but disturbs many others: freezing the deceased in the hope that science and medicine will progress to the point where it's possible to raise them from the dead. It's called cryonics, and the Alcor Life Extension Foundation is the world leader in the field, according to its Web site. Larry Johnson worked at Alcor for eight months. Afterward, Johnson revealed to the world some rather unsettling news about the late, great U.S. icon Ted Williams,...Full Story
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