Nederland's Frozen Dead Guy Days, a tribute to the corpse of a dry-ice packed grandpa stored in a Tuff Shed, has become a weird staple of the local festival scene over the past ten years. But now, the town's chamber of commerce would like somebody else to take over because, board president Blue Hessner tells the Boulder Daily Camera, "It's just exhausting." It's also entertaining, as shown in photos on the Frozen Dead Guy Days Facebook page, as well as a Daily Camera video on view below.
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