Conspiracy Theories: The Beatles

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Conspiracy theories: The Beatles How did this theory come to be? How did this theory get so famous? Why are people so fascinated by this theory? There are conspiracy theories that surrounded the band, The Beatles, and whether these theories are true or a way to publicize the band, is being questioned to this day.
Things all around us can be a lie. According to some people, The Beatles were a lie, they apparently never existed. The Beatles were clones or body doubles, as some people like to call them. They can tell because of small differences like the ears being detached one picture and being attached the other (Frost). These very small differences led them to believe that the Beatles we could say figurative of our imagination, but really
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So the Beatles have four members Paul, Ringo, George, and John. Well George and John are no longer with us they sadly past away but what if one other member was actually dead but you thought was alive and well. Well in 1966 Paul McCartney got in a fatal car crash and passed away but to all of us he was still alive because he was replaced by a really good lookalike and soundalike (Time).Paul was the lead singer and bass player that latter on became a solo artist but was that really him that sang those songs or was it someone else. The rest of the band after the “car accident” became really guilty and started to put small hits about his death in songs like “In the song "Taxman," George Harrison gave his "advice for those who die," meaning Paul. The entire Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album was awash with Paul-is-dead clues: the Beatles had formed a "new" band featuring a fictional member named Billy Shears — supposedly the name of Paul's replacement. The album contained John Lennon's "A Day in the Life," which had the lyrics "He blew his mind out in a car" and the recorded phrase "Paul is dead, miss him, miss him," which becomes evident only when the song is played backward. Lennon also mumbled, "I buried Paul" at the end of "Strawberry Fields Forever" (in interviews, Lennon said the phrase was actually "cranberry sauce" and denied the existence of any backward messages)” (Time). Not that many people noticed that Paul got switched out only the really dedicated ones saw the differences between the real and

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