TED WILLIAMS - it ain't over till it's over - yogi berra on ted williams & Alcor

TED WILLIAMS - it ain't over till it's over - yogi berra on ted williams & Alcor

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November 20th, 2012, 11:51 pm #1

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November 20th, 2012, 11:55 pm #2

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November 21st, 2012, 12:03 am #3

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November 21st, 2012, 12:07 am #4

quote..by tw
I find it interesting that the only retraction LJ seems to have made was that he admitted he wasn't there at the time of the TW preservation and could have been wrong. Does that mean the rest was accurate?

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November 23rd, 2012, 2:47 pm #5

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....eldest daughter takes to the courts to fight to have his body returned

Legendary Red Sox Hitter Ted Williams

Next week, on Nov. 1, The Will: Family Secrets Revealed will feature the estate of Ted Williams. According to Investigation Discovery:

In July 2002, legendary Red Sox hitter Ted Williams dies at the age of 83. Without informing his half-sister, Williams youngest children whisk away his body to be cryogenically preserved. But Williams official will requested cremation, and his eldest daughter takes to the courts to fight to have his body returned, dividing the family with allegations of manipulation, estrangement, and frauduntil a former employee at the cryonics company reports that Ted Williamss body has met a horrifying fate.


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November 23rd, 2012, 2:50 pm #6

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Ritchie Valens featured on The Will, career cut short 'the day the ...
HULIQ - Oct 26, 2012
1, The Will: Family Secrets Revealed will feature the estate of Ted Williams. According to Investigation Discovery: In July 2002, legendary Red ...

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November 23rd, 2012, 2:58 pm #7

....eldest daughter takes to the courts to fight to have his body returned

Legendary Red Sox Hitter Ted Williams

Next week, on Nov. 1, The Will: Family Secrets Revealed will feature the estate of Ted Williams. According to Investigation Discovery:

In July 2002, legendary Red Sox hitter Ted Williams dies at the age of 83. Without informing his half-sister, Williams youngest children whisk away his body to be cryogenically preserved. But Williams official will requested cremation, and his eldest daughter takes to the courts to fight to have his body returned, dividing the family with allegations of manipulation, estrangement, and frauduntil a former employee at the cryonics company reports that Ted Williamss body has met a horrifying fate.


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Ted Williams' Daughter on Auctioning Her Father's Legacy, Cryonics ...
abcnews.go.com/US/ted-williams-daughter-auctioning-fathers.../story?id...
Apr 10, 2012 ... "I know this might sound biased -- I am his daughter and he was my dad -- but he was an amazing man, amazing," says Claudia Williams, 40, ...

claudia williams cryonics

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OLD NEWS
John Henry Williams News - The New York Times
topics.nytimes.com/topics/reference/.../w/...williams/index.html - Cached - Similar
Ted Williams's body will stay frozen indefinitely in a cryonics chamber in Arizona ... the lawyer for Williams's younger children, John-Henry and Claudia Williams.


http://topics.nytimes.com/topics/refere ... index.html


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November 23rd, 2012, 3:06 pm #8

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ted williams jewish

Museum Unveils Wall of Tribute to Jewish Major Leaguers
www.tedwilliamsmuseum.com/events/docs/j ... ation.html - Cached
The Ted Williams Museum unveiled a tribute to Jewish Major Leaguers at the annual Induction Dinner, held on Saturday, February 13th, at Tropicana Field.



http://www.tedwilliamsmuseum.com/events ... ation.html





The Wall lists all the names of American Jews who have played America's game. The Wall contains four life-size photos of Sandy Koufax, Hank Greenberg, Ron Blomberg, and Gabe Kapler.

http://www.tedwilliamsmuseum.com/

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November 23rd, 2012, 3:13 pm #9

I thought jews were just one of all of us Americans... yet tw museum wants to ignore the melting pot and make a distinctive WALL at the museum for JEWS. ??? How does being jew make you different in baseball?
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November 23rd, 2012, 3:16 pm #10

Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story.

great addition to my baseball DVD collection is Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story.



The 91-minute presentation narrated by Academy Award winning actor Dustin Hoffman, features numerous interviews with former Jewish players including Sandy Koufax, who rarely dies this sort of thing.



Also included are interviews with people no longer with us such as Hank Greenberg. The interviews and recollections include excellent newsreel footage. I consider myself a historian and own over a hundred hours of old newsreel and other footage on DVDs but this included some I had never seen before.

http://www.jewishpress.com/tag/ted-williams/
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