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Defying a Disney Demolition

Some people believe Walt Disney has been cryogenically frozen, awaiting future technology to thaw his genius, even though there is substantial evidence indicating that he was cremated two days after his lung cancer related death, and a small metal wall plaque marks the remains of one "Walter Elias Disney" in a garden at the Forest Lawn Memorial Park. There are numerous reasons to preserve the history, if not the physical remains, of the most powerful figure in entertainment history.
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