beauty10 wrote: He is too frozen!They froze him up and tried to find a cure to what killed him to bring him back to life.My teacher even said it!
That was the guy who created Wendy's or KFC not Walt Disney.They already know what killed him.
Time to clear things up:
Walt Disney is not frozen. It's just a rumor people. There's a few things I noticed in the discussion, first of all. He's not buried, or entombed. His body was cremated then put at Forest Lawn cemetery in Glendale, California. (Not the Haunted Mansion or Pirates of the Caribbean). The rumor also said he was 'frozen' UNDER The Pirates of the Caribbean, not above. (That room has always been above the attraction, but it was always set aside for his family while Walt stayed in an apartment above the fire station on Main Street.) The reason he was apparently 'frozen' under The Pirates of the Caribbean was because that was the last attraction he supervised before he died.
Where you guys got the Tower of Terror or Haunted Mansion as a place for his 'frozen' body is a little strange. It couldn't be the Tower of Terror because it wasn't opened till 1994, long after he had passed, they wouldn't keep a 'frozen' body just chillin (no pun intended) with no official home for 28 years (Walt died in '66). The Haunted Mansion seems a valid place, but the rumor strictly said under The Pirates of the Caribbean.
And for all those teachers and news reporters who said he was 'frozen', teachers especially... what in world are they thinking lol They read this stuff and just believe it. Drives me crazy! Think about it. If Walt actually was actually 'frozen', don't you think they would have brought him back by now? Look at what he did! He accomplished his goal, he wanted a place for moms and dads to bring their children and have a good time. That's what he got. It grew to be the largest known theme park(s) in the entire world!!! They wouldn't let him sit and acquire freezer burn through this. Believe me, he is not frozen.
Please tell your teachers they are crazy and need to do a little more research before they report such rumors back to their students.