Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Paul McCartney The Great Hoax

Around this same time frame WKNR-FM DJ Russell Gibb received a phone call from students at Eastern Michigan University who claimed that the Fab Four song Revolution 9 contained a backward message confirming the rumor. Gibb played the song backwards on his turntable, and heard "Turn me on, dead man, turn me on, dead man, and turn me on, dead man “Gibb began telling his listeners about what he called” The Great Cover-up".

To add more fuel to the fire, The Beatles never wanted to talk about the Paul is dead rumors and for years just laugh it off as crazy. Which only added to the mystery of what they were up to, had they created a buch of Paul is dead Clues to increase record sales.


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The Back Cover of the Abbey Road Album Clues

The back cover of the Abbey Road LP held interesting clues also: the main “Beatles” has a crack running through it on the “s,” making the name imperfect. The eight dots before the word Beatles when connected form the number three rather than four. When visiting the wall in 1970 there were in fact 13 dots on the wall but the picture purposely included only these eight dots. Passing through this otherwise clear photograph is a girl in a blue dress. What's the reason for this? Hold the album some distance away and observe her elbow, what will appear is the image of Paul McCartney’s profile.
The back cover of Abbey Road held some great clues. Notice the girl walking in the picture in the blue dress, if you hold the album away from you and look at her arm you will see the profile of Paul McCartney.
The Beatles has a crack that is running through the S making the name imperfect. If you connect the 8 dots together before the word Beatles it is the number 3 "The 3 Beatles" instead of 4.
You got to admit Abbey Road was no mistake in placing weird clues for all of us to find. This album cover was staged without a doubt!
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Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Is Paul McCartney Dead?

In the fall of 1969—shortly after the release of the Beatles’ Abbey Road—a rumor swept America concerning the death of Paul McCartney. While this rumor was very popular on college campuses, the widespread acceptance of this rumor reached such proportions that stories of the phenomenon were subjects of news reports and publications no less respect than the New York Times, Time Magazine, and the cover story of Life Magazine. It was the cover of Abbey Road that started it all.

As you look at the four Beatles, you’ll will that Paul is the only one out of step, to draw attention to Paul. Also Paul is the only one barefoot, which allegedly is how people are buried in several countries. The Beatles are shown walking in a specific order. John dressed in white, as a religious person would be. Ringo dressed as an undertaker. Paul, shabby suited and barefoot, resembles a corpse; and finally George, in old jeans, is a gravedigger. The cover of Abbey Road is a funeral procession. A closer look at Paul will reveal something else: he's a holding his cigarette—also known as the coffin nail—in his right hand, and any Beatle maniac knows that Paul is left-handed. This is a most significant clue as who we are seeing on the cover; perhaps not Paul McCartney but in fact a replacement who filled in for Paul after his death.

According to the story that will be pieced together from other albums. Paul was killed in an auto accident in 1966. And a replacement William Campbell had been filling in for him for photographic reasons. Campbell was chosen because he had been a winner of a Paul McCartney look-alike contest a year earlier. William Campbell from Scotland has not been heard from since; in fact could be the person posing as Paul on the cover of Abbey Road.
Join me each week as I share all the clues about this strange story. Next week we will look at the Back Cover of the Abbey Road album and the music on the Abbey Road Album. You may discover things you never knew about the Beatles.
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