3 Arizonans in the News this Month

Madison RutherfordFebruary 27, 2020
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Paul Clyde Hudson
The Buckeye man was one of three American firefighters who perished in a plane crash while battling wildfires in southeastern Australia in January. Hudson, 42, and two other men were in a C-130 Hercules aerial water tanker. The cause of the crash is unknown.

Alison MacKenzie
MacKenzie recently made headlines for vanishing while on vacation in Belize. The 43-year-old Prescott resident was last seen on a catamaran tour to Rendezvous Caye, a small island off the coast of the Central American country.

Laurence Pilgeram
After Pilgeram died in 2015, his head was frozen and his body was cremated by Alcor, a nonprofit cryogenics company in Scottsdale. The problem? Before his death, he had requested that his whole body be preserved. Now his son, Kurt (pictured), is suing Alcor for $1 million, claiming the company mishandled Pilgeram’s remains. Oh, and he wants his father’s head back, too.

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