A Few Signs That Prove Paul Mccartney Died In 1966 and Replaced By Look-Alike

The most infamous conspiracy theories of the 1960s are right here again. And it keeps boggling everyone of us the more we get into it.

The long and unending conspiracy theories regarding Paul McCartney the ‘real’ one having died back in 1966 and being swapped by his mirror image have yet again turned everyone’s attention.  Ahh well, all thanks to the Ringo Starr ‘interview’!

There were numbers of websites which claimed quite recently that Ringo had very recently given an interview where he had positively stated that in 1966 Macca had died in a car accident. And Billy Shears was there to replace him immediately.

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All fans of Beatles, please relax! Macca is here to stay and very much alive, you need worry much. However, things could change a bit, in case something new cropped up about the case.

Here are a few signs to prove that he died back in 1966

Crossed Abbey Road without any shoes

There is no doubt that The Abbey Road album strikes across tons of conspiracy theories. However, we notice that Paul was noticed without any shoes. It relates to the fact that Macca was dead already at that time (in 1969) when Abbey Road was released.

A Few Signs That Prove Paul Mccartney Died In 1966 and Replaced By Look-Alike

The Bass guitar garland noticed on Sgt Pepper’s

When you notice the album cover of Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, you will notice that there is a wreath in the shape of a guitar. The fact that Paul McCartney did play a bass guitar does make quite strong evidence that he was definitely replaced by his look-alike.

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“I buried Paul”

In Strawberry Fields Forever’s outro, one can clearly hear John Lennon stating, while the recording was on, something such as “I buried Paul”.

While later we have Paul McCartney come over and say that John was saying “cranberry sauce”, there are a few, who believe that he was saying something like, “I’m very bored”.

Well there is no doubt about this The Beatles were completely aware about the Paul McCartney death hoax. And there is a possibility that one of them was trying to tick us all trying to fill in a bit of a humor!

 
 
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