Paul is Not Dead, Just Married

Come on, admit it. If you’re a Beatles fan, you’ve looked for all the clues on the album covers and in the song lyrics. It’s one of the rites of passage from being a casual fan to being a true blue blithering Beatlemaniac. If you’re a Beatles fan worth your salt, you can list at least 20 “clues” that “prove” Paul McCartney died sometime in 1966 (“He blew his mind out in a car”) and was replaced by a look-alike named William Campbell…

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is a news junkie, history buff, and music fanatic surfing the End Times wave with bemusement. Come along!

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