Here’s Another Clue For You All- The Paul is Dead Rumours- The White Album.
- You have the above picture with Paul in the bathtub. Is this what he looked like after the crash?
- After “I’m So Tired” and right before “Blackbird” you can hear what sounds like “Paul is dead , miss him, miss him.”
- In John’s lyrics for “Glass Onion”- “Here’s another clue for you all- the Walrus was Paul”- again as we have learned the Walrus a sign of death in Scandinavia.
- Ringo sings in “Don’t Pass Me By”- “You were in a car crash and you lost your hair.’
- During the fade out to “My Guitar Gently Weeps” it sounds as if George is saying “Paul, Paul.”
- The song Blackbird- blackbird symbolic for death.
- In the photos on the poster inside- there is a picture of Paul with skeletal hands reaching out for him.
- On Revolution #9 if played backwards “Number nine” sounds like “turn me on dead man.”
- The White Album poster- look below- far bottom left hand side- you see a small photo with Paul wearing glasses. Are The Beatles sneaking a photo in of William Shears Campbell- the new Paul? Billy Shears– Billy’S Hear?
- On the cover of Yellow Submarine- you have the hand over Paul’s head- symbolizing death.
- Also on the cover- the Yellow Submarine is underground- Paul’s coffin?
- On “Hey Bulldog” the line “You think you know me but you haven’t got a clue.”
- On George’s “Only A Northern Song “when you listening late at night you may think the band is not quite right.” “You may think the band’s a little dark and out of key, you’re correct there’s nobody there.”
On the single Lady Madonna “Wednesday’s papers didn’t come”- the news of Paul’s death they decided to not release the news and cover up his death- he had been killed early in the morning on a Wednesday.