A lawsuit was filed in Manhattan Supreme Court to stop the book that claims Ted Williams' cryogenically frozen head was used for batting practice (well, an employee swung a monkey wrench at it to dislodge a tuna can stuck to it). The book's author, former Alcor COO Larry Johnson, says he never told Williams' family or authorities because he "was too scared for my life to say anything to anyone publicly until I was out of there." Alcor denies all of Johnson's claims.