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Let's make up "Paul Is Dead" clues...
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They cut off the ending because he got ran rover

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"I've known the secret for a week or two Nobody knows, just we two" This was written before Ringo joined the band and only John and George knew the secret (They didn't think to tell Pete as they were pretty sure he wouldn't notice).

John wrote Not A Second Time when William Shears was bed ridden with a bad case of the flu and John thought he wouldn't pull through.

In the early days when William Shears felt quite uptight and was struggling to get into character John gave him a pep talk at Kenwood about trying to be more natural. At this moment Julian toddled past and John said "Look at Julian and how natural he is". It was at this point William Shears wrote I'll Follow the Son. (He changed the title on John's suggestion.... immediately grasping the danger that future Beatle fans would put 2 and 2 together.)

 

"Let me take you down cos I'm going to Strawberry Fields." John wrote this about his regular journeys to Strawberry Fields. He would take Paul's ashes down from the attic and leave them with Neil before he left for safe keeping as stipulated by the terms of his home insurance.

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@The Hole Got Fixed said

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ud9zeUOWjeM

No words needed.

@William Shears Campbell, you might like this when you Get Back on here!  

Thank you THGF! I got a good laugh out of this.

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RunForYourLife said
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?  

I honestly find this whole theory a bunch of rubbish.

14 December 2017
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Haha,this looks fun,and as some of you probably know by now, I'm fascinated by the whole PID thing,even though I believe it's all nonsense, and Paul is still with us. Does that make sense? Anyway:

 

On the cover of Revolver ,the drawing of P/Faul has him facing sideways. John is looking at McCartney,which is maybe a clue that something is amiss. Ringo is looking up at something. Could he be looking at the ghost of Paul? ahdn_ringo_09

 

Also,I read that Rubber Soul means coffin, and on the album cover,the 4 Beatles are stood over McCartney's grave. Interesting theory,but a slight problem with that: Paul supposedly died in 1966, and Rubber Soul was released in England in December 1965.....

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Father McKenzie said

Also,I read that Rubber Soul means coffin, and on the album cover,the 4 Beatles are stood over McCartney's grave. Interesting theory,but a slight problem with that: Paul supposedly died in 1966, and Rubber Soul was released in England in December 1965.....  

Also for those who hadn't seen the original photo (mmm's avatar), the angle of the cover looks like the photographer would have had to got into the coffin with the corpse to take the photo! 

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John is on record as saying the original line in She Said She Said was "He said I know what it's like to be dead". This is because of John's little know visit to a medium in 1966 where he was able to make contact with Paul who made this startling pronouncement. Of course he did know what it was like to be dead. "It feels a bit being in Finland" He said.

I rest my case

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Paul didn't die in '66. He died in '69. The Abbey Road cover is actually them walking from the cemetery after having buried him there,hence why George is dressed as the grave digger, and Faul has a cigarette in his right hand (sloppy error)! An ice bucket was waiting out of shot for Faul to put his feet into, and John was heard to mutter "I told you taking your sandals off was a bad idea,but no,you thought you knew best"!

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The infamous "butcher cover" for Yesterday And Today refers to Paul's gruesome murder the previous day (Yesterday ) by the other three Beatles.  Ringo, George, and John took a horrific collective LSD trip and developed paranoid hallucinations over Paul's decision to abstain.  They mistook Paul for Pete Best and stabbed then dismembered him just like they did to those (real) babies on the album cover, as the bandmates were again tripping during the photo shoot (Today).  A lookalike model (Faul) stood in for Paul and thought the ongoings were hilarious, though he worried he too would be slaughtered due to his strong resemblance to Paul.  The choice cuts of meat and entrails shown on the album cover are from Paul McCartney 's fresh corpse.

Shortly after the album was pressed, a camera assistant threatened to squeal to authorities and was paid a hefty sum to stay silent.  The cover was swiftly replaced with the more subtly referential "trunk cover."

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Clues abound in 'Baby You're A Rich Man '

John:

How does it feel to be one of the beautiful people? (wearing makeup applied by an undertaker)
Now that you know who you are. (an angel in Heaven)
What do you want to be? (believe in reincarnation?)
And have you travelled very far? (to another world)
Far as the eyes can see. (up to the sky)

Faul, to the other three:

Baby You're A Rich Man . (Because you are in Paul's will) a-hard-days-night-john-7

Baby You're A Rich Man . (Because you are in Paul's will) ahdn_george_05

Baby You're A Rich Man , too. (Even you, Ringo) a-hard-days-night-ringo-12

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SpecialCup said
The infamous "butcher cover" for Yesterday And Today refers to Paul's gruesome murder the previous day (Yesterday ) by the other three Beatles.  Ringo, George, and John took a horrific collective LSD trip and developed paranoid hallucinations over Paul's decision to abstain.  They mistook Paul for Pete Best and stabbed then dismembered him just like they did to those (real) babies on the album cover, as the bandmates were again tripping during the photo shoot (Today).  A lookalike model (Faul) stood in for Paul and thought the ongoings were hilarious, though he worried he too would be slaughtered due to his strong resemblance to Paul.  The choice cuts of meat and entrails shown on the album cover are from Paul McCartney 's fresh corpse.

Shortly after the album was pressed, a camera assistant threatened to squeal to authorities and was paid a hefty sum to stay silent.  The cover was swiftly replaced with the more subtly referential "trunk cover."  

@Special-Cup: Did you hear the theory  that on the cover,Paul's watch is stopped at the exact time he died in '66?

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^Father Mac, that is the one PID clue that is not real!  The watch is actually still ticking in the pic, and yes, that is Paul's actual wrist and wristwatch!!  How do we know?  Because if you compare the vein patterns on Faul's watch-wearing hand in the picture from the butcher cover with the vein patterns on Paul's same hand from a still of the "I Am The Walrus " video (obviously filmed back in '63), you can see they are an exact match.  Also, with a microfiche reader you can clearly see Paul's well-known microtattoo of Bob Wooler between the 2nd and 3rd knuckles of his index finger on that hand.  Faul did not have this tattoo cause he is allergic.

So we have established it is indeed Paul's hand on the butcher cover of the Yesterday And Today album, but how did it get on Faul's body?  Well, after the Threetles dismembered Paul, they saw his bloody stump of a hand lying around during the photoshoot and as a tripped-out gag shoved it in the sleeve of Faul's coat to snap the picture for the album cover -- another clue to tease their fans about DOP (Death Of Paul™).  If you look closely at the watch face, you can see the reflection of Auntie Gin screaming in horror, as she arrived at the studio too late to save the doomed young Paul.  Faul felt guilty over her reaction and years later wrote "Let 'Em In" as an apology to Paul's family.ahdn_paul_06a-hard-days-night-paul-4a-hard-days-night-paul-7

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