Girl Frozen Alive

A popular publicity stunt for selling cars during the 1960s.

Philadelphia Inquirer - July 10, 1968



Louisville Courier-Journal - Nov 12, 1965



Marion Star - June 17, 1965



Lebanon Daily News - Oct 7, 1968



Cincinnati Enquirer - May 7, 1969

     Posted By: Alex - Wed Sep 19, 2018
     Category: Death | Publicity Stunts | 1960s





Comments
Of course she is surrounded by blocks of ice. A rectangular igloo and nowhere near airtight. Did you notice they starts at 6 or 7 PM?
Posted by eddi on 09/19/18 at 07:17 PM
Right, and I highly doubt there was 24-hour surveillance. Plenty of time to slip out for a midnight snack (and to relieve herself). Even without that, there was plenty of water available -- in solid form.
Posted by ges on 09/19/18 at 11:15 PM
When the ice turns yellow, it's time to let the lady go.
Posted by Yudith on 09/20/18 at 06:20 AM
Let her go? She already went!
Posted by ges on 09/20/18 at 09:18 AM
[rimshot!]
Posted by eddi on 09/20/18 at 08:40 PM









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