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When Monique Martinot died of ovarian cancer in 1984, her husband, hoping to achieve immortality for his wife through cryonics, placed her body in an industrial size freezer in his chateau in the town of Neuil–sur–Layon, France. When the husband, Raymond Martinot, realized, years later at the age of eighty, that his own death was imminent, he conveyed to his son that he would like to be frozen alongside his wife until such time that their bodies could be revived. French courts objected to this method of body disposal and demanded that both bodies be removed from the freezer and disposed of in a method consistent with national law—the bodies must be buried, cremated, or donated to science.
Robison-Green, Rachel. "Decisions for the Dead: The Moral Dimensions of Body Disposal". The Prindle Post. https://www.prindlepost.org/2018/10/decisions-for-the-dead-the-moral-dimensions-of-body-disposal/