It may be the place where dreams come true, but one family's journey to the magic kingdom came straight out of a nightmare.
A family-run funeral home in Colorado has received a lot of flak from the media when word got out that the owners were taking parts of bodies that were supposed to be cremated or buried and salvaging parts before selling them off.
The Sunset Mesa Funeral Home is owned by Megan Hess, and is strangely located next to Donor Services and a crematory, also owned by Hess.
Now, one former employee has accused the family of unsavory practices, after she discovered that Shirley Koch (the owner's mother) was apparently removing gold teeth from bodies and selling them for a profit.
According to the source, the selling of body parts had become so profitable for the family, that Koch was able to take her family to Disney World solely from the profits of dismembered bodies.
What is most shocking about these revelations, is that they may not be breaking any laws...
The FBI have opened an investigation into the funeral home, but according to the general counsel of the International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association, the business is working towards "a new frontier."
There is currently no federal law against the the practice of buying and selling body parts for educational purposes or research, and in most states it is perfectly legal for funeral homes to sell recovered items from bodies in their care.
It is also not illegal to run a body broker business alongside a funeral home or crematory.
Other funeral directors, such as Steve Palmer in Arizona, feel that this is overstepping boundaries.
"The conflict of interest of having a side business in body parts just leads to problems," he says. "There are no ethics there when you do that."
The source also mentioned that no one is made aware of the fact that their loved one may become a donor when put into the care of Sunset Mesa Funeral Home.