At 08:22 PM 7/5/2001 +0100, you wrote:
>The next time I heard about Trygve was 10 years later when he was
>featured in a front page San Jose Mercury News Living section
>article about the 'freezing' of his dead relative (grandfather, I
>think), who, according to the article, was stored in a shed on his
>Nederland, Colorado property.
>He's someone unforgettable, to be sure. It sounds like he has managed
>to channel his energy in more constructive ways. And I hope that his
>relative is stored in a safer place.
I saw a short film about Trygve's frozen-relative-in-shed about a year ago
(sorry, can't remember the title). Alas, it seems his preservation
technique was somewhat lacking, because at one point carrion-eating animals
were showing a great interest in the shed and its contents.
--- Ken Kittlitz VP Development, Javien Canada Inc. http://www.javien.com
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