The magazine's report, appearing in the issue that hits the newsstands Wednesday, is based on internal documents, e-mails, photographs and tape recordings supplied by an anonymous employee of the Elcor Life Extension Foundation.
After Michael Jackson's second autopsy, his body will be taken by private jet to the company in Phoenix, Ariz. There, Michaels' body will be separated from his head in a procedure called neuroseparation, according to Cryonics Today.
The operation will be completed and Michaels' head and body are being preserved separately. The head is stored in a steel can filled only with liquid nitrogen. It has been shaved, drilled with holes, the magazine said. Jackson's' body will be preserved standing upright in a 10-foot tall cylindrical steel tank, also filled with liquid nitrogen.
The procedure, approved by several of the Jackson family, carries a $336,000 bill. Elcor claims it is operates with the highest standards.
Although Janet and friend of the family, Jesse Jackson did not want this to be done, they were over-ruled by the other members of the family and finally gave in after seeing Michael's signature on a permission document that they recognized as his.
"It's just to creepy to me", Janet reportedly stated and was overheard by the Cryonics Center's employee.