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Let's make up "Paul Is Dead" clues...
20 November 2012
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I had some fun with this on another thread. I am in no way promoting the actual conspiracy theory... ahdn_paul_01

 

Did you know that the real Paul McCartney actually died in 1959, before the Hamburg Days, and the "Paul McCartney" we all know and love was the true impostor? The "Paul Is Dead" hoax was fabricated to hide the real truth. The clues are in the album covers from the very beginning...

 

Please Please Me

- The Beatles sneer down at us, mocking us for falling for the deception

- Faul lurks behind the other three

- John, George and Ringo are all showing us their hands, representing how they've "cleaned" them of Paul's blood

 

Live At The BBC

- Faul is out of step with the others

- Even though he is talking, the other three refuse to look at the impostor

- On "Beatle Greetings", the impostor struggles to remember which instrument he plays

 

A Hard Day's Night (U.K.)

- In the middle column: John urges us to look closer at the impostor, George "looks the other way", and Ringo angrily glares at us for buying into the deceit, while Faul sneers at us

- The central Faul is sandwiched between two other Fauls who nervously stare at him, wondering if people will really fall for it


Something New

- The title refers to Faul himself

- The cover photograph depicts Faul being "presented" to the fans

 

Beatles '65

- Despite being the tallest Beatle, Faul is seated higher than the other three, representing the lie hanging over their heads (What else are the umbrellas for?)

 

Beatles VI

- Ever wonder what they're sticking that knife into? paul-mccartney

 

Help!

- Notice how Faul is the only one without some sort of hat? A dead man doesn't need to worry about cold ears.

- During Faul's introduction in the film, he is playing a Church organ and "rising" from the ground

 

Any others, brave truth-seekers?

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20 November 2012
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RunForYourLife said

The "Paul Is Dead" hoax was fabricated to hide the real truth! The clues are in the album covers from the very beginning...
 

And the Ram cover clearly shows the false Paul is a Satanist, having sex with a goat.

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20 November 2012
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Yes, clearly Sir "Faul" was driven to madness attempting to live up to the McCartney name (Note the Napoleon pose on "London Town"), and desperately tried to make his fans aware of the terrible truth.

20 November 2012
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Let's not forget the Paul corpse made to look alive with glass eyes, and a rose in its mouth (Red Rose Speedway...)

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20 November 2012
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The very band name "Wings" was a subtle indicator that Paul was now among the angels. This was reinforced with the extraterrestrial and metaphysical album titles such as Wild Life, Venus & Mars, At The Speed of Sound, and Wings Over America.

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20 November 2012
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And Tug of War was so named as a hint to the incident in the late 70s where the true Paul battled to regain his soul from Faul in outrage at his imposter venturing into disco territory.

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20 November 2012
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A clue I made up a while is somewhere in these forums. I don't remember where though so I'll post it again.

 

For all the albums before Nov. 1966, George is next to/under/closer to John. Albums after Nov 1966, he is next to/under/closer to Paul.

 

Woah! O.O

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20 November 2012
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Flowers in the Dirt signifies the grave Paul was thrown in and those who know the truth paying homage in secret. This album title prompts true fans to examine the songs on the album, 'This One' being the sign to the fans that this is the true story of what happened and fans have been blinded by the previous conspiracy and clues. This is further confirmed by Figure of Eight and Distractions (fans going round in circles disracted and searching in the wrong place) .

 

That Day Is Done, which features those exact words, is the obvious place to start for further clues as it has the album title in its lyrics. The lryics then become perfectly clear in their meaning for example

You Know Where I've Gone I Won't Be Coming Back.

I Made No Sign, I Made No Sound I Know I Must Stay Underground.

I Know I Won't Arrive On Time

She Walks Away From My Resting Place.

 

Dont Be Careless Love reveals the circumstances of how (remember Hamburg was a very violent place in '59):

"Saw your face in the morning paper
Saw your body rolled up in a rug
Chopped up into little pieces
By some thug"
 
How Many People cries out to people to see the truth "how many people will it take.. for goodness sake".
 
Motor of Love - "Heavenly Father come down from above" pleads for salvation and rescuing from the grave. 
 
The album cover features no picture of paul on the cover but flowers are there.
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20 November 2012
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Also, according to the authoritative sources of late night talk show hosts Craig Kilborn, then later Craig Ferguson (a conspiracy of "Craigs"), at some point in the late 1990s, Paul's lookalike was replaced by Angela Lansbury.

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25 November 2012
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On the cover of "Beatles For Sale", George's head looks like an onion, representing the many complex layers of the conspiracy.

27 November 2012
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The number of hairs in George's turnip on Beatles for Sale cover are the number of stitches that Paul's body needed in his autopsy blue-meanie

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RunForYourLife said
On the cover of "Beatles For Sale", George's head looks like an onion, representing the many complex layers of the conspiracy.

Maybe that could tie in with Glass Onion! O.O

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30 November 2012
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'Nuff said.

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30 November 2012
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bikelock28 said
 

'Nuff said.

He really did die!! Think they got the year wrong tho.

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If Paul indeed had died in 1965, who met Cynthia in 1968? Julian has often quoted Paul spent more time with him back then. Why would Faul take the trouble? Cynthia sure would have seen through a Faul. I think a happier version that Paul did not die, but staged his disappearance makes better sense, with this angle. Of course late 1960s Paul is definitely not the early 1960s Paul, no doubts there. 

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allie said
If Paul indeed had died in 1965, who met Cynthia in 1968? Julian has often quoted Paul spent more time with him back then. Why would Faul take the trouble? Cynthia sure would have seen through a Faul. I think a happier version that Paul did not die, but staged his disappearance makes better sense, with this angle. Of course late 1960s Paul is definitely not the early 1960s Paul, no doubts there. 

Fearing that he would crack under the pressure, Faul was assassinated during a scooter ride in 1966. He was then replaced by FauxFaul, who was not a man, but actually constructed out of hair trimmings and industrial slurry, ground into a fine paste and slow-cooked at 425 degrees. Unfortunately, they ran out of material just before they finished, and were unable to complete his front teeth, hence FauxFaul's appearance in the Paperback Writer/Rain videos.

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RunForYourLife said

allie said
If Paul indeed had died in 1965, who met Cynthia in 1968? Julian has often quoted Paul spent more time with him back then. Why would Faul take the trouble? Cynthia sure would have seen through a Faul. I think a happier version that Paul did not die, but staged his disappearance makes better sense, with this angle. Of course late 1960s Paul is definitely not the early 1960s Paul, no doubts there. 

Fearing that he would crack under the pressure, Faul was assassinated during a scooter ride in 1966. He was then replaced by FauxFaul, who was not a man, but actually constructed out of hair trimmings and industrial slurry, ground into a fine paste and slow-cooked at 425 degrees. Unfortunately, they ran out of material just before they finished, and were unable to complete his front teeth, hence FauxFaul's appearance in the Paperback Writer/Rain videos.

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Maybe Cynth was part of the cover up. Maybe Faul and Cynthia had an affair (at the same time he was romping with Yoko) resulting in his split with Jane and pushing John and Yoko closer, ending the John-Faul-Yoko love triange at the same time leading to the Beatles split as the ramifications were too severe to mend. We all know the real Paul was a randy bugger so its only right the substitute Faul would have the same wild insatiable sex drive.

We have a good US soap storyline here.

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If there are clues from the very beginning, Paul... Or should I say Faul was on the bottom of Vee Jay's Introducing the Beatles!

(Hold on... If it was Faul from the beginning then isn't it just Paul?)

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Faul is Paul's identical twin brother that was born still born so from then on Paul will always honer his dead brother Faul by making up that he is real and he is he

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