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 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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