Origins: When the "frozen Disney" rumor was started, and by whom, is unknown. The privacy Disney maintained concerning his personal life extended to his death, and the lack of details available about his funeral and burial arrangements
|History of 'frozen Disney' rumor|
|Location of Walt Disney's burial site|
|Walt Disney's burial marker|
|Walt Disney's death certificate|
|Walt Disney's will|
Last updated: 24 August 2007
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