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« Thread started on: May 3rd, 2011, 4:17pm »

Just began watching "Paul McCartney really is dead" the narrated voice to me like Dave mentioned does not sound authentic British accent. Anyone else have any thoughts? The clues all seem to make sense, but I just don't know quite yet.
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« Reply #1 on: Jun 18th, 2011, 7:05pm »

It definitely doesn't sound like George Harrison. George also would have known that Rubber Soul and Revolver were recorded before Paul's supposed death on November 9, 1966. That means that even if anything did happen, there would be no clues on those albums.

Paul McCartney is, of course, alive. I believe it was R. Gary Patterson who theorized that the whole thing stemmed from an accident on the M1 Motorway in December 1966/January 1967. The weather was very bad and Paul had loaned his car to a friend who wrecked it. Fans passing by saw McCartney's distinctive car wrecked and began calling the record label (and each other) asking if Paul was hurt or dead. The label finally called Paul at his St. John's Wood home and, upon finding out he hadn't left home all day, asked him what they should tell the fans and press who kept calling. Paul's response is said to have been not to tell them anything, that it sounded like "good publicity." The next album produced and released was the clue-laden "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band."

One theory as to why the band members have never revealed the game centers around the Manson family case and the Tate/LaBianca murders. Manson claimed The Beatles were sending him messages that were hidden in their music and that it was these messages that caused him to plan the murders in an attempt to start a race war. Manson's defense team wanted to call John Lennon and Paul McCartney to testify, but apparently they changed their minds. Revealing that there were in fact hidden clues in the music might open Paul and John's and George's estates up for civil lawsuits by the remaining family members of the victims. Not sure about the legal ramifications as I'm not a lawyer, but that's part of the theory.
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« Reply #2 on: Feb 20th, 2012, 6:32pm »

I just watched this the other day. There is quite the laundry list of things wrong with it, bad George Harrison impression notwithstanding. It was kind of cool in that it collected all of the actual well-known clues in one place, but also added some that were clearly a huge stretch of the imagination, didn't make sense as far as the actual feelings of the band members or were flat out fabricated. For instance, some of the downright terrible photoshop jobs done on Paul's face in photos on jacket sleeves of albums would be laughable if they weren't so so misleading to those unfamiliar with the actual photos. That part kind of annoyed me, because I was hoping there weren't die-hard fans that would see this, believe it and then run off to buy the album to see it, only to realize that there was actually nothing wrong with the photo at all.
Bottom line, this movie is super-fake, but it was engaging enough to keep me entertained, whether I was scoffing in disbelief at the inaccuracies or seeing clues that made me think "huh, never heard of that one before."
I've been pretty much obsessed with the Beatles since I was around 13. Personally, I always found the 'Paul is dead' theory interesting and sometimes downright creepy, but I never really believed it. I would buy that they deliberately placed clues, because John was kind of twisted like that (in the most awesome way, lol), but I never actually believed that he died and was replaced with an impostor.
But then again, this page has given me pause: http://digilander.libero.it/jamespaul/fc1.html
Fun stuff. wink
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