Cryonics is the practice or technique of deep-freezing the bodies of people who have just died, in the hope that scientific advances may allow them to be revived in the future.

Anita Riskin is one of hundreds of people who believes in life after death. She loves life but is dying from cancer.

Her husband Michael decides to get frozen & hopes to reunite with his lover someday.

Anita decides to film her final days & freezing processĀ for TV to ‘spread the good word‘.

Alcor Life Extension Foundation in Scottsdale, Arizona is the facility where they give you the options to freeze your whole body for $160,000 USD or just your head for $80,000 USD.

Clients who choose to have the “only head ” option are hoping that they will come back to life in a new, younger body instead of their 90-year-old body.

After Anita died, they flushed out her blood & replaced with a biological antifreeze, drills a hole in her skull, probes inserted in her brain and her body temperature reduces.

Next, her corpse was zipped into a sleeping bag and lowered headfirst into a 9ft communal thermos tank of liquid nitrogen, alongside a couple of other bodies, several dismembered heads and a pet or two.

After her death, Anita Riskin clearly labelled with a shiny tag that reads, ‘First Life Cycle 22 April 1945 to 02 February, 2006‘ she lies head down in her stainless-steel coffin, waiting for her second life to begin.

So far, they have 74 bodies in tanks, even encouraging family and friends to visit and hug a corner of the tank where their loved or only his / her dismembered head is stored.

Imagine preserving your head at 80 years old with hopes that you will be brought back to life with a 20-year-old body!!

80-year-old face & 20-year-old body, what age group are you hoping to attract? LOL