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[–] LordHuggington 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Want to believe, source?

[–] IIJOSEPHXII 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

There are no real sources for this. Everything that people investigate gets lost in the "Paul is dead" (PID) conspiracy theory subculture - which is full of shills and censorship.

I have only known about PID since the beginning of the year, when I was investigating the death of Heather O'Rourke which took me to this message board

I quickly realised that the man calling himself Sir Paul McCartney was operating before the 1966 date when he was supposed to have replaced the real Paul.

I then set about trying to find the earliest time he posed as Paul and the last time Paul was seen. As I watched a lot of media I noticed differences in the other Beatles, so I just tried to observe which ones were which. I noticed that both groups did shows at the same concert venue and clips of both groups were edited into a seamless whole.

One of the best pieces of evidence, which I have shown to family members - and convinced them - is a couple of videos from the 1964 and 1965 NME awards shows. Here are the two videos. When "Can't Buy Me Love" finishes on the first video, (64) immediately swith to the second video

Please not that clips of the replacements are edited into the first video, but that one contains the real Beatles. The second video are all imposters.

There is a lot more to this event and I think Ian Fleming was also killed around the same time so his James Bond novels could be used for psychological operations. The next Bond movie after The Beatles were killed was Thunderball which has an identity replacement scene in it.

Not only that, so much of our popular culture tells us about this event but paints it as something else - Bowie's song Ziggy Stardust is about the Beatles being replaced and then broken up "srewed up eyes and screwed down hairdo" is a reference to both Pauls having crowns that part the opposite way and what the controllers had to do to make them look the same.