Russian cryogenics firm wants to send frozen dead bodies into SPACE so it can one day bring them back to life
Bizarre plans announced by a Russian cyrogenics firm will see the dead blasted into space after their bodies have been frozen.
The unusual funerals are being offered to people who believe there may be a hope of bringing them back to life one day.
With space a premium here on Earth, experts at KrioRus see outer space as a 'land of opportunity' for future burials.
The cost of preserving a body to stay in space has been slated to start at around £240,000 ($250,000).
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