NEDERLAND, Colo. (CBS4) – More than 25,000 people packed into Nederland for what might be the last Frozen Dead Guy Days. It was the largest crowd ever, even with chilly weather.

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The event celebrates Nederland’s most famous resident, a man named Bredo. His body is preserved on dry ice in a shed.

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After 10  years at the helm, Amanda MacDonald told CBS4 she’s calling it quits.

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“It’s a lot to take on, you know, and the risk of it all… all of the financial responsibilities… it’s just a little too much,” MacDonald said.

She hopes to form a nonprofit with members of the community who can keep the festival going.

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PHOTO GALLERY: Frozen Dead Guy Days 2019