This year’s Frozen Dead Guy Days festival marks the first time it was held in Estes Park. The event featured coffin races, three music stages, brain freeze contests, food trucks and many more activities, which concludes Sunday afternoon. Bredo Morstoel, from Norway, would have been 110-years-old, but died in 1989. After his death his family had him packed in dry ice and moved to a cryonics facility in California were he stayed for almost four years. He was moved to Colorado in 1993 and has been on dry ice in a shed in Nederland Colorado ever since. Morstoel was an avid outdoorsman in Norway and a former parks and recreation director for over 30-years.
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