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"mildred harris" Discussed on American Innovations
"Rolling terry and dennis harris hold each other and later the harris brothers learn that their mother's body is not among the human remains found inside. Nelson's vault the manager of oakwood cemetery says a pickup truck arrived one day and removed several bodies from the vault then disappeared nelson insists that he has no knowledge. This what happened to the body of mildred harris remains a mystery. In june of nineteen eighty-one a california civil court finds nelson guilty of fraud and intentional. Infliction of emotional distress is ordered to pay eight hundred thousand dollars in damages to the families of the loved ones who were supposedly under his care. Half the money is paid for through. Clock gathers considerable malpractice insurance through a series of appeals settlements. Nelson doesn't have to pay a dime all but one of nelson's frozen customers was left to rot the only exception was nelson's very first client james bedford. Whose body was stored elsewhere and not left. Nelson's care among cryonics enthusiast nelson's spectacular failure became known as the chatsworth disaster. It's sullied the reputation of the cryonics movement for years but cryonics would be back in particular one company would pick up where nelson left off advancing the field of cryonics through state of the art surgical procedures temperature control methods cryobiology research suspension techniques and more. It's called the alcoa life extension foundation one day in two thousand and four nelson is invited to visit their headquarters in scottsdale arizona. It's very nice to meet you mr nelson. Can i show you around. I'd be an honor now. Sixty seven years old nelson has been out of the chronics business for over twenty five years despite his tarnished legacy the al course staff given a warm welcome. Nelson is dazzled by the high tech facilities especially the room called the patient care bay which is lined with ten foot tall shiny metal containers course frozen heroes. These are doers where the patients are kept little more sophisticated than what you had in your day. I'm guessing how the sharar. If i had capsules like these might still be in business. The tour ends with a visit to a special friend. Thirty seven years ago nelson made history when he froze the first man james bedford after a circuitous journey. Bedford's frozen body landed at al core in the early nineteen eighties and has been here. Ever since the al gore staffer leads nelson to his capsule. This is dr bedford's permanent home and he's still very well preserved from what i hear. Nelson taps capsule gives it a little salute. Glad you're well old friend. We'll see you in the next life with that bob nelson steps out of the room. A smile on his face proud that his place in triax history is secure almost sixty years. After robert edger bob nelson sparked the crown extrapolation not much as changed reviving. The frozen dead is still the stuff of sci fi movies and even if we could reanimate the dead hundreds of years from now should we. What happens to human identity after decades or centuries in suspended animation. Would we be the same people when we wake up. Many of also asked if cryonics comes to close to playing god people die so that future generations can take their place. What happens if we interrupt that natural process. It's one thing to extend human life by curing diseases and improving standards of living but for many the very concept of cryonics crosses an ethical line that conventional medicine does not as for this idealistic early pioneers. They've since moved on. Bob nelson died in two thousand eighteen. The age of eighty-one his body is suspended at the crown x. institute in michigan founded by his mentor. Robert pittenger ettinger passed away. Two thousand eleven at the age of ninety two. He is chronically preserved at the same facility along with his mother and first and second wives in two thousand ten interview if both my wives.
"mildred harris" Discussed on American Innovations
"As nelson flies to boston. To visit his ailing mother. He's leaving behind a business in shambles. It's not just that. He's entrusted him operation to a cemetery groundskeeper for one hundred bucks even before that he had problems. His first kreil capsule failed entirely. That was the one to achieve crammed the bodies of marie sweet talent klein russ stanley and lewis. Their bodies are still inside the capsule but now they're thawed and decomposing the bodies of mildred harris and genevieve poetry or in a new capsule. The one he asked. Joe mendoza to babysit lately. It's been malfunctioning. But his liquid nitrogen supplier just installed a new complex which seemed to fix the problem. Now all nelson can do is hope that the new pump keeps working while he's away days later nelson's in boston at his brother's house when he gets a phone call. Hello mr nelson. This is joe to cemetery hijo everything. Okay there was a problem. The pump stopped working. But it's fixed. Now it's fixed you sure. Yes mr nelson fix. All good now nelson hangs up the phone unsettled. He tosses and turns that night unable to sleep it feels overwhelmed by the responsibility of caring for his patients. His marriage is suffered. he's in debt. And it's all on him. Nelson's mother undergoes a successful surgery and three days later. He's back in los angeles. He spends a few hours in the morning with his family and heads over to the cemetery to check on his vault. As nelson drives through the cemetery gates the smell of fresh cut grass in warm sunshine slashing his face film with a sense of optimism but when he parks near the vault and turns the car off nelson feels uneasy. It's quiet too quiet. Oh now that's when it hits him the noise he should be hearing the reassuring sound of the vacuum pump isn't there. Oh god oh god. Nelson's sprints to the sides open the trap door and climbs down the ladder to examine the capsule. He takes a deep breath and tries to summon up the courage to touch the ventilation pipe. As long as it's cold then everything's okay. But if the pipe is warm to the touch it means the bodies have been exposed to higher temperatures as cryonics patients. they would be beyond saving. Please god please let it be cold. But when nelson touches event it's not just warm. It's actually hot. Realization is like a dagger through his heart. The vacuum pump has failed the liquid nitrogen vaporized and the bodies are irretrievably damaged the thought of little genevieve decaying inside the capsule is too much for nelson bear. He sinks to his knees sobbing like a baby. Soon he's up on his feet. Despair replaced by rage. That groundskeeper mendoza. How could he have let this happen. Nelson jumps back in his car. Careening around the winding roads of the cemetery till he spots. Joe fixing sprinkling on a grassy hillside nelson jumps out of the car. Joe what in hell happened. Sorry mr nelson. After i call you the pump. It stopped again. So i called the number you gave me. I tell them three times to calm. They never come. I don't know what to do. What joe why didn't you call me. Nelson realizes the joe tried to call someone at gilmore liquid air the company from which it gets this liquid nitrogen but for whatever reason they never called him back and never showed in a rage. Nelson calls gilmore liquid air demanding to know why they didn't respond to mendoza's calls. They patiently explained that they didn't understand what mendoza was trying to tell them. It was all a series of miss communications but in the end nelson knows that the blame lies with him. He rolled the dice on the welfare of his clients and in the end he solely responsible for their deaths. That might sound strange to say since the bodies were of course already dead but for nelson it was like watching them. Die a second time. He had not only failed them. He had failed their family members. People who put their trust in him and he had failed the entire cryonics community burnt out and defeated nelson decides to throw in the towel he locks vault and simply walks away leaving the bodies inside to thaw and decompose the twenty four hundred gallon tank that nelson bought six years earlier remains empty. In the cemetery's equipment yard never used on october eleventh. Nineteen seventy-four nelson resides is president of the crown ex society of california. He goes back to repairing. Tv sets his wife. Elaine has had enough of her husband's failures she divorces him and takes the kids nelson thinks he's done with cryonics for good but the family members of his former clients aren't done with him in nineteen seventy nine nine years after the death of their mother. Terry and dennis harris stand outside bob. Nelson's locked underground vault chatsworth cemetery. The vault shines of obvious neglect overgrown grass sprouts around the door and the chain that holds it shut is covered in rust with the brothers are an attorney and a local. Tv news team of reporters stands beside terry holding a microphone. I'm here with terry harris outside. Bob nelson's abandoned vault in chatsworth terry. Tell us why we're here today. Our mother was cryogenically preserved nine years ago and her body was stored in this vault. We wanna know if she's actually here and if she's still frozen. Dennis looking sombre leans into the reporters microphone. Were very worried for our mother now. The brothers watch is their attorney steps forward with a pair of bolt cutters to remove the lock and chain from the steel enforced door. The attorney cuts to lock and chain than slides. The door back. The brothers gingerly stepped down the ladder to the bottom of the vault. There's one capsule inside the vault. Its top has been sought open. Terry takes a few steps toward it then. Backs away revolted by the smell. God one look at his brothers face and dennis backs away as well. The brothers hastily put down flowers to pay brought. Then go back up the ladder for the tv crews waiting terry. Tell us what you found. Did you see your mother is unbearable. it's just unbearable. there on the cemetery lawn with the cameras..
"mildred harris" Discussed on American Innovations
"A heartbeat months later nelson gets a new client. A french canadian by the name of gay de la poterie wants to freeze his daughter. Genevieve after she dies she's terminally ill with the rare kidney cancer and wants her to have every chance at a future life. What makes this situation uniquely. Tragic is genevieve is just seven years old. Giza news story on tv about cryonics and realized it might be his only chance to prolong his daughter's life. It's july nineteen seventy-one in montreal. Canada nelson and clock are in a bistro with g. He's handsome and well dressed but looks haggard from lack of sleep. He's just finished telling them genevieve story and now he's on the verge of tears her doctors have given up or simply waiting for her to die. Nelson's heartbreaks for this man of all the sad stories. He's heard in the crown business. This is the saddest mr la poultry. I'm so sorry. What do i have to do. We want to help you but you need to understand the financial end the price for the profusion freezing his ten thousand dollars that doesn't include the capsule monthly maintenance and liquid nitrogen replacement feeds key rubs his eyes and slumps his shoulders. His voice drops to a near whisper. I don't have that kind of money. Nelson clock gather exchange. A glance nelson had made a promise to himself. No more free rides and yet he finds himself drawn to geeze plate. So he's relieved. What geese has next. But i will find it. I'll call my parents and my wife's relatives. I can get you the initial ten grand. Thank you i promise. You won't regret it. We'll take great care of her key stairs. Have his half eaten lunch and takes a sip of coffee. His mind seems to be million miles away. Let me tell you about my genevieve. She can't sit still for one minute. Always going in ten directions at once and she likes to tell funny stories. She makes us smile every day. He pauses his voice catching in his throat. That all changed when she got sick. she never complains. I don't know how she does it. She's been so brave sober nelson places a reassuring hand on the shoulder. I have two young daughters and a son. I can't imagine what you're going through that night alone. In his hotel room nelson thinks about genevieve as tragic as their situation is nelson finds silver lining unlike his elderly clients. Genevieve where she ever to be. Reanimated could live a full life. Nelson envisions her graduating high school and college. Having a career getting married having children he has to find a way to help her. Canada doesn't accommodate crown extreme in its hospitals so gear ranges to have genevieve transferred to the children's hospital in los angeles hospital assures nelson. You can have whatever he needs. Meanwhile nelson helps genevieve's parents grant her one last dying wish it. September nineteen seventy-one a nelson watches. Genevieve's brown eyes sparkle with excitement as he pushes her wheelchair through the entrance gates of the happiest place on earth. Disney way with them as genevieve's mother gazes lovingly at her daughter and quietly wipes away a tear. That's the first time she smiled since she got sick. I've arranged something else. That will really make her smile. It's a surprise when you ready. Of course okay. Meet me at the king arthur carrousel in twenty minutes nelson hustle. Saw genevieve's mother stares after allowing herself a tiny smile twenty minutes later but the visited meeting. Point nelson's surprise comes bounding up to park. Actors dressed up in mickey mouse and donald duck costume genevieve. Shrieks with excitement is mickey meals down to embrace her. In that moment watching genevieve's adult joy nelson's heartbreaks. He cannot let this child or her family down on january twenty fifth nineteen seventy-two genevieve passes away in her hospital bed wrapped in her father's arms. She's transferred straight to the mortuary or she becomes the first child ever to be frozen since key has not come up with the money. He'd hoped nelson has to place genevieve into temporary storage container filled with dry ice just like mildred harris. While still strapped for funds nelson is optimistic again. He sure that freezing the first child will be a publicity boon for cryonics. All has to do is keep educating the world. it's the least he can do to honor genevieve. it's the fall of nineteen seventy-two the oakwood cemetery in chatsworth. Santa anna winds have made it a hotter day than usual. Nelson's been asked to fulfil an unusual request. The first of its kind brothers. Dennis and terry harris have flown in from des moines. The whole to our memorial service and viewing of their mother mildred. Who's been frozen for two years to ensure that mildred body remains at low temperature during the service nelson and clock gather have designed a special casket with a thermostat in a liquid nitrogen spray vow. The brothers are in high spirits. Terry shows up dressed in all white then as an all black ten other guests relatives. Mildred also attend mildred sporting false eyelashes and a black wig and wearing an embroidered white gown. Looks like sleeping beauty. Once every fifteen minutes nelson opens the casket so guests can marvel now well preserved looks after two years in suspension. She's pretty as a picture terry. Dennis your mother was always such a stylish woman you boys done. Your momma proud nelson hangs in the back gratified. He could make this day happen. Another relative seeks out nelson to shake his hand. I remember you from iowa. This is some amazing technology. You got here. Mildred looks like she closed her eyes forever. just an hour ago Thank you thank you. It was it was a lot of hard work when the services over. Dennis and terry both go to congratulate. Nelson a grateful. Dennis wraps nelson in an appreciative hug. Thank you this. Memorial was worth every penny. The brothers being nelson is overcome with a sense of joy and relief. It's these kinds of affirmations that make the risky undertakings of his business worthwhile. Little by little. He feels like he's proving that crown ex works and any day. Now he knows you'll make it work as a business too on our show. We explore innovations that have transformed the world. We live in sometimes on a massive scale. But something doesn't have to change the whole world to change your world. And while producing american innovations we found monday dot com or co s a customizable platform. That is made an incredible difference in the way the we work with monday. Dot com or co s teams can create a workflow to manage anything they need projects processes leads. Client requests or whatever. 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Seventy four at the memorial cemetery in chatsworth nelson is down in his vault with one of the cemetery's groundskeepers. A man named joe mendoza showing him the cry capsule that contains all his clients. He speaks hurriedly like he can't get out of the vault fast enough so the frozen bodies inside. This capsule are being cooled with liquid nitrogen. It's very very important. That the bodies stay.
"mildred harris" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People
"Listen to the stories of men and women who transformed their lives using pure passion and cheer hard will to become the pioneers in their field and change the course of history. This is whiz rouge biography. Podcast the podcast. That helps you learn the real truth about successful. Personalities subscribe now to get access to future episodes. Charlie chaplin was born in london on sixteen april eighteen eighty nine to hannah. Chaplin and charles chaplin senior. His birth name was charles spencer chaplin his parents both music hall entertainers separated when he was two years old after that his mother struggled financially to raise her two sons without any support from her husband at the age of seven. Charlie chaplin was forced to earn money while studying at the school for pauper's to add to his problems. His mother developed a psychological condition due to malnutrition so she was admitted to a mental asylum. And charlie and his brother were sent to live with their father after they returned their mothers condition worsened. Day by day so young. Charlie had to sleep hungry on many days when he could not earn anything. It is during this time that charlie began performing on stage by chance. He became interested in stage performances. To take his mind away from his unfortunate life and his mother's condition he soon became a member of the clog dancing troupe. Which toured the holes of england to perform. He worked very hard to gain popularity among the masses. By this time. Charlie had abandoned his education and had become a time entertainer. Charlie then acted in the sherlock holmes. Show in front of live audiences in nationwide tours. Charlie's half brother was working fulltime in comedy sketches. By this time. Since charlie wanted to act in comedy shows he helped charlie getting some prominent comedy roles after a series of successful comedy shows on stage. Charlie entered the movie industry in nineteen fourteen and signed a deal with keystone studio. Few years later he formed his own distribution company. United artists in partnership with three other artists before the company was founded. Charlie married an actress named mildred harris. However charlie ended the marriage a few years later citing irreconcilable differences deriving from this traumatic experience in his own childhood memories. Charlie started filming for the kid which was a big hit after a string of successful films under his own banner. Charlie decided that his next film should be epic. He started filming the gold rush. It went on to become one of the highest grossing films of its time while shooting for this film. Charlie married for the second time however it turned out to be an unhappy marriage to which led to a bitter divorce while dealing with the divorce. Charlie was filming for the circus. He called the film a reminder of his troubled times after the circuses was released. The film industry saw the introduction of sound in movies. However charlie found the new technology absurd and continued to take silent films. City lights his next movie which was released in nineteen thirty one reached new heights of financial success and became one of his personal favorites in the nineteen forties. Charlie started voicing his political opinions in his films. He condemned the capitalist for war by selling weapons of mass destruction. Moreover during world war two he had the kated. The idea of the us soviet partnership so his image in the usa was tarnished blaming him for being a communist. Charlie was slapped with a paternity suit and nineteen forty-three after he refused to acknowledge the pregnancy of a budding actress. Name joan berry. Many charges were slapped against charlie by the fbi who wanted to damage charlie's image after learning about his political ideologies. Just two weeks. After the suit was filed news came. In that charlie had secretly married his trainee who know neil who know neal was charlie's fourth wife and remained with him until his death. They had eight children together. Charlie described this marriages the happiest years of his life. His next film was an auto biographical film called limelight. Many of his family members worked in this film. Since the theme was set in london. Charlie decided to hold the premiere of this film there so he left los angeles but once he left a usa his permit to reenter. The usa was revoked due to his political and moral behavior after being banned from the usa. Charlie chaplin and his family settled in switzerland. He spent the rest of his life even though he did take some films. He spent most of the last two decades of his life preparing his old movies for rerelease. Charlie suffered a minor stroke in the nineteen sixties and was confined to a wheelchair by the mid nineteen seventies an october nineteen seventy seven. Charlie suffered a stroke in his sleep and died at the age of eighty. Eight years if you want to listen to the biography of charlie chaplin in detail listened to episode. Two of our podcast. We thank all our patrons without whom this podcast wouldn't have been possible if you liked this episode and learn something from it. Please subscribe to our podcast and give us a five star rating in your favorite podcast app. It will cost nothing for you but help us a lot. Motivating us to continue making awesome episodes. If you have a suggestion for us please send us a tweet. You will find our twitter link in the episode description..
"mildred harris" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People
"Though Charlie was getting a lot of good work and musicals he wanted to get into comedy. His First Comedy Act was in the show Jim directed by Harry Saints. Bury the show was not very successful but Charlie was praised by many for his distinguished performance. By this time Charlie had abandoned his education and had become a full-time entertainer. Charlie. Then acted in the Sherlock Holmes show in front of live audiences in nationwide tours. He performed his role. So brilliantly that he was called to London to perform the same role alongside William Gillette, the original Sherlock Holmes Sydney Charlie's half brother was also working fulltime and comedy sketches by the time he helped Charlie and getting some prominent comedy roles. Reviewers called Charlie. One of the greatest pantomime artists they had ever seen after a series of successful comedy shows on Stage Charlie entered the movie industry in Nineteen Fourteen and signed a deal with keystone studio. He worked with several big film studios throughout his career. Charlie always wanted to have full control and freedom over his films in their distribution. He was also concerned about the quality the big studios we're lacking. So he formed his own distribution company in partnership with three other artists. This distribution company was called United Artists? First marriage. Before the company was founded Charlie married an actress named Mildred Harris who claimed she was pregnant with his child. So they got married very quietly and the pregnancy turned out to be fake Charlie had married mildred only because he thought she was pregnant when he found out, she wasn't actually pregnant. He became quite unhappy with the marriage. He actually became a father on seventh July nineteen nineteen but his son was born deformed and died three days later finally, Charlie ended the marriage in the year nineteen twenty citing irreconcilable differences. The Kid. Deriving from this traumatic experience and his own childhood. Memories Charlie filmed his new movie this movie The kid in which he played the role of a foster father of an abandoned young boy became a hit immediately it was one of the first films that combined the nuances of comedy and drama. There are many instances when the movie touches, Your Heart for instance, Charlie doesn't have a job. So to make the money needed for survival, the boy breaks, window glasses of strangers. Then Charlie who casually comes along repairs, these glasses and charges money for it. This scene makes you cry by displaying how cruel poverty can be at the same time. It makes you laugh because of the comedy that comes along with it. Several similar scenes throughout the movie make you laugh and cry at the same time the movie Charlie wanted to be remembered for. After a string of successful films under his own Banner Charlie. Decided that his next film should be epic. He started writing the gold rush which was inspired by the Donner Party. It was an elaborate film and the production cost was about one million dollars at that time. The gold rush was filmed for about fifteen months. It went on to become one of the highest grossing films of its time at the time of its Release Charlie? Chaplin. said that it was the film he wanted to be remembered for..
"mildred harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That theme today's program mistakes were made Sanchez story about Bob Nelson continues Bob has just discovered that his second freezing capitalist failed liquid nitrogen is leaked out and it has a first person anyone to tell was the little girl Jon via UPS father so I'm here he met me at the airport in a little snack shop coffee shop he was right in my face instantly what happened and I tried to tell him as gently as I could then when he pressed me how many how many days how long I don't know three four five I don't know and what he said just book totally blew me away he said well I guess we'll just have to start it up again continue one and I said okay okay I think I should have fought it out with him right there but I didn't I turned around and walked away well currently I think he was sure he left and I can see his face was red he was sat next Bob says he flew to see Terry Harris whose mother Mildred Harris was in the second capsule with John and his father **** was also in the fall and he had me at the airport introduced me to his wife tell them what happened and he just said all well then you fill it up again I said yes so hiss senseless said the same thing that case said did he understand what it meant it's almost like he didn't care you know I mean what I take that back not that he didn't care no it was more like well far enough into the future they'll be able to fix that too a few days after Bob told me a story I talked on the phone with John gives father he he was polite and I must say very patient with my questions but he didn't want to be interviewed on the radio the memory of John the of staff and suspension was just too painful he said a little ruefully that the whole idea of crown X. might be a moot point anyway given the state of the world the way things were going even if the science panned out there might not be a future to return to and then he told me something else that meeting at the airport Bob remember so vividly he said it never happened so next I contacted Terry Harris and I told him Bob's version of what transpired you know as you know Bob tells this very detailed story about coming to tell you that the capsule a Terry says Bob never told him about the failure of the capsule he had to hear about it from an article in the California newspaper that is on sentiment to morning as they said in the article that the machinery had in a broken down and I I just as it was just incredulous I I just couldn't believe it so I called Bob and he assured me that everything was fine and then there is the paper was just trying to generate sensational readership you know and so and I never saw him I just talked him on the phone at that point in right so there is never a time when Bob flew out and and met with you at the airport no that would that would have been in order to write an honorable thing to do and I wish it had occurred but it's just not not accurate Terry Harris is in his early twenties when he met Bob Nelson he lost both his parents in a span of three months and chronic seem like this great thing he could give them in return the sometimes imagine what it would be like when they were all reunited as a family in some distant dream like future they give them hope and then everything is gone so wrong so I called Bob and I told him about my conversations with key in Terry he was shocked and he stuck to his story later that day he sent me along paint email calling the situation a heart wrenching predicament he called Terry Harris a liar Iggy was another matter Bob said he was devastated the key didn't remember their talk in the Montreal airport he.
"mildred harris" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Vault up and then filled anybody that with putting liquid nitrogen there probably could have gone on today. You know, but. It's some point I had to settle back into reality. Bob says a lot depends on your perspective. If the signs of crown expands out. It'll be possible to look at John and Mildred Harris and Helen Klein casualties of progress. Or as Bob calls frozen heroes. Bob's rich guy but he's managed to save twenty eight thousand dollars to pay for his own freezing at the crown institute in Michigan. He thinks his odds of reanimation are pretty good. And in the end, that's the thing that sustains him the hope that some day in fifty years or a hundred or thousand he'll wake up in the world. He barely recognizes a world where Chatsworth wasn't a disaster. But the first imperfect battle in the war that saved us all. Sam shaw. His regular job. He writes television Nelson published a memoir about his years in cryonics. It's called freezing. People is not easy today. Show is rerun actually from two thousand eight and years after we first round this episode Bob tied that was in June twenty eighteen and as your body. It took some time, but his family raised the money to honor his wishes. Bob is waiting reanimation decree on institute and Quinton township Michigan alongside is here. Bob friend, and co-defendant, the mortician Johncock gather oversaw suspension. So. Back to you're willing to sacrifice our love. So whenever producers, Sean.
"mildred harris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Vault up and then filled anybody that with stop putting liquid nitrogen? They're probably could've gone today. You know, but. It's important, I had to settle back into reality. Bob says a lot depends on your perspective. If the signs of crown expands out, it'll be possible to look at John Vive in Mildred Harris and Helen Klein casualties of progress, or as Bob calls frozen heroes. Bob's rich guy but he's managed to save twenty eight thousand dollars to pay for his own freezing at the crown institute in Michigan. He thinks his odds of reanimation are pretty good. And in the end, that's the thing that sustains him the hope that some day in fifty years or a hundred or thousand he'll wake up in a world. He barely recognizes a world where Chatsworth wasn't a disaster. But the first imperfect battle in the war that saved us all. Sam shaw. His regular job. He writes television Nelson published a memoir about his years in cryonics. It's called freezing. People is not easy today. Show is rerun actually from two thousand eight and years after we first round this episode. Bob tied that was in June twenty eight team, and as your body, it took some time, but his family raised the money to honor his wishes. Bob is waiting reanimation at the cryonics institute in Clinton township Michigan alongside his hero, Bobby injure friend, and co-defendant, the mortician Johncock, gather oversize benching. So. To you're willing to sacrifice our love. So one of our producers,.