Friday, February 8, 2019

Photos of the Beatles in Seattle passed off as being from San Francisco

As I discuss in my new book, Plastic Macca: The Secret Death and Replacement of Beatle Paul McCartney, photographs of the Beatles' August 25, 1966 Seattle concert have been passed off as being from Candlestick Park in San Francisco a few days later on August 29, 1966. This is important, because it gives the illusion that Paul was "still with us" when he really was not. 

This article below is very important when it comes to piecing together the time frame of Paul McCartney's disappearance/death. This is fleshed out more in Plastic Macca.

Wallie Funk – Celebrating Seven Decades of Creative Inspiration

AUGUST 16, 2012 / STEVE BERENTSON/ Anacortes magazine

Although live performance photographs were prohibited, photojournalist Wallie Funk managed to take more than 20 shots of The Beatles before security intervened.

On Saturday, August 25, 1966, a community photojournalist packed his camera in his car and headed for the Seattle Center Coliseum. He was bound for a fateful rendezvous with The Beatles, the rock ‘n’ roll band whose music, films and off-stage statements had combined to effect deep-seated changes in youth culture around the world.
At a pivotal time in American history, as most middle-aged men spoke derisively of this rock band’s long hair and silly love songs, 44-year-old Anacortes native Wallie Funk sensed a powerful connection among the four British musicians and their fans.
According to, The Beatles flew out of Hollywood on a chartered jet that morning, landing at the Seattle-Tacoma Airport at 1:40 in the afternoon. Before the day was out they would perform two concerts, both featuring about 10 songs received by wild and boisterous audiences. Most firsthand reports, including that of Funk, agree that the music was barely audible above the din of the crowd.
For Funk, past publisher of the Anacortes American and at the time publisher of the Whidbey News-Times in Oak Harbor, there was nothing odd about his decision to join thousands of frenzied teens for this concert. After all, The Beatles’ music had quickly and continuously inspired a growing fan base since their U.S. debut in 1964. Their cultural “impact” touched the lives of virtually every family in the communities Wallie Funk served. In response to inquiry as to what prompted him to travel to a rock concert on that historic day, Funk said:
“The younger generation seemed to be forming new alliances with some extraordinary musicians. The Beatles were beginning to create an international stir. I was aware every place they went they were developing a huge youth – teen-age – fandom. People said, ‘I’m not going to have my kids exposed to this.’ It didn’t make any difference. They came.”
Another obvious attraction for Funk: the music.
“I recall pulling over in my car to listen the first time I heard ‘Eleanor Rigby’,” he said. “They had some great music with all of the elements: mystery, adventure, death and romance.”
Funk’s impactful career as a community photojournalist included many articles and photographs published as the result of spur-of-the-moment decisions. However, his coverage of The Beatles concert was conceived through thoughtful and careful planning.
“One day I heard they were coming to Seattle,” he recalls. “I asked myself, ‘What do I do? How do I get there’? I had a (news)paper. I wanted our paper to have a presence.”
Telephone calls, one of the precious tools of his journalism career, included a conversation with Seattle Times photographer Paul Henderson. Another contact included Ad-VPR, the public relations firm responsible for The Beatles press conference. Among items of Funk memorabilia is a terse letter from Egan S. Rank of that firm. It read in part:
“This letter entitles the above-named individual to admittance at the press conference for The Beatles, which will be held at the Seattle Center Coliseum…”
However, among the “rules of procedure” in this letter that Funk admits to never reading, were conditions that would have prevented him from capturing the some two dozen concert photos that now rank among the most rare onstage images in existence. These rules went on to read: “This letter does not entitle you to admission to the concert, and you must purchase a ticket should you wish to attend.” And, “This letter DOES NOT entitle you to admission backstage.”
As Funk recalls, he took fellow photographer Henderson’s advice regarding the press conference, showing up to the southwest press entrance after first taking some photographs of the young people standing in line outside. Those frames included shots of Oak Harbor High School student Scotty Nix, who cheerfully posed with a concert program curled to her cheek. Local shots complete, Funk waited with the rest of the press representatives.
“When those at the door began to move, I moved with them,” he said. Photographers and reporters moved inside, down a corridor and into a large room. And there were The Beatles,” said Funk, “sitting elbow to elbow for an interview.”
Funk asked no questions of the Fab Four, but it is obvious from the dozens of images from the press conference that he had staked out a prime position as a photographer. Only one or two frames included full faces of all four musicians, but there are a number of individual portraits, two of which have Paul McCartney looking directly into the lens of his camera. Other images reflect activity including the lighting of cigarettes (McCartney) and serious reflection in response to questions (most notably, John Lennon and George Harrison).
Funk notes that by journalistic standards, the press conference was not particularly meaty. Questions ranged from whether McCartney would be married to Jane Asher that night as rumored, to an inquiry as to Lennon’s motivation as songwriter/performer: “I’d like to know your motivation in this. Money?”
There was also reference to the so-called adverse publicity stirred in the U.S. when a months-old British magazine article ignited headlines because Lennon said in part: “We’re more popular than Jesus now.”
Although the interview would continue to hound The Beatles – Lennon in particular – the Seattle press was satisfied to walk away with a few quotes on less serious subjects. With the press conference over, it was time to prepare for the concert.
Funk is short on details, as might be expected of an event that occurred four decades ago:
“When the interview was over, (we discovered) pandemonium in the Coliseum. I took a position,” Funk recalls, “elbows on the corner of the stage to brace me.”
There, using available light only, Funk captured images including a remarkable shot of the iconic McCartney-Lennon duo sharing the microphone. Unfortunately, his opportunity to record images from the performance was short-lived.
“I was there for just a brief time before a policeman said there was no picture-taking allowed during the concert,” said Funk. “But I didn’t care. I had just enough of them in action, mainly Paul and Lennon.”
Precious film in hand, Funk headed home. He developed the film, then moved into the darkroom to select and print images for what would become a controversial edition of his weekly newspaper. Funk made the decision to dedicate a full broadsheet newspaper picture-page to images from the press conference and concert. On the front page, above the banner, he paid tribute to The Beatles’ fame, positioning individual portraits of each of the four young men. As noted, Lennon’s earlier remarks referencing Jesus drew waves of criticism from Americans including some of the group’s fan base. A similar response from local newspaper subscribers was inevitable.
“The Christian right of Oak Harbor responded quite strongly,” Funk recalls. “One woman addressed a letter to City Hall saying, ‘Let Mr. Funk know I cancelled my subscription’.”
On the other hand, Funk recalls many conversations and calls of support. Among his archives is a handwritten letter from teen Carolyn Fosse, who wrote in part:
“I wish to express my deepest thanks concerning those beautiful Beatle pictures. I really am a big fan of The Beatles, as you already know. You know, I really wish more adults thought of The Beatles as you do. They really make me sick when some adults cut down The Beatles, and they don’t even know what they’re talking about. Most adults think only of how it was in ‘their’ day, and seem to reject the fact that the kids of ‘yesteryear’ and today are somewhat different.”
As he reflects today on that historic event, and on many other photo shoots outside of his newspaper’s zip code, Funk explains that he was driven by a desire to record slices of history on film. Over the coming decades, before his retirement from the news business, Funk’s extraordinary collection of photographs would include the Rolling Stones, rare documentation of the capture of Lolita the killer whale in Whidbey’s Penn Cove – and six presidents.
Newspaper partner John Webber often joked that Funk’s approach to photojournalism was a boon to the Kodak Corporation. Funk smiles at the memory of the complaint he heard so often – but then he shifts gears quickly and states with all seriousness:
“I’ve always had a strong passion to record by way of camera and film, not simply for the sake of taking pictures, but to capture something on film that translates the excitement of the time to my readership.”
There are more pictures of the Beatles at the Seattle show at this link:


Wednesday, January 30, 2019

New Source Reveals Untold Story of "Why The Beatles Really Broke Up"

As I described in my book, Plastic Macca: The Secret Death and Replacement of Beatle Paul McCartney, Faux Paul is known for having a nasty temper. Below is yet another example. This time, he directed his wrath at Ringo Starr.

New Source Reveals Untold Story of ‘Why The Beatles Really Broke Up’


Thursday, January 24, 2019

Max Spiers on the dark side of the music industry

While this is not specifically PID-related, this is important information. Music industry machine is Satanic ritual cult. Walking red carpet is walking through the blood of the Goyim.

He says (around 14:00) that anyone who is a "Sir" is on the inner circle and is untouchable. Sir(pent) Paul

Max Spiers was killed in July 2016, probably for revealing very sensitive information.

Super Soldier Max Spiers...the Music Industry.


"Plastic Macca: The Secret Death and Replacement of Beatle Paul McCartney" by Tina Foster

Plastic Macca: The Secret Death and Replacement of Beatle Paul McCartney

Author: Tina Foster
Price: $29.98 USD (eBook $8.98)

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In the fall of 1969, a rumor swept across two continents that the lovable Beatle, Paul McCartney, had been killed in a car crash. According to some, he was replaced by “Billy Shears.” 

This book is an attempt to separate fact from fiction.  Join the author on a fascinating trip deep into rock n’ roll lore.  You will no doubt be surprised by some of the discoveries that are made along the way to the shocking conclusion. 

This book will rock your world!

Product Details 

  • Paperback: 510 pages
  • Publisher: Auriga Books (January 24, 2019)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1794563849
  • ISBN-13: 978-1794563841

eBook592 pages
  • Publisher: Auriga Books (January 22, 2019)
  • Publication Date: January 22, 2019
Language: English
ISBN-13: 9781794563841

Reader Reviews
"Just read the first 50 pages of your book. I think its great - thanks for referencing me too on p.10. It's by far the best book on the McCartney conspiracy I've read."

"A completely compelling and thorough study of all available clues and other evidence pointing to this tragic truth. And hints pointing towards an even deeper truth that all four were replaced before the Sgt Pepper album. A highly recommended work which goes well with the works of the late Dave McGowan, and bravely goes where he didn’t for whatever reason... A shining light in this world of dark deception."
~ Rich Hulsebus

"I’m still in the middle of reading it so I’ll get back to a comment on it when I’m finished, however, so far, it’s very informative. Laid out as a bevy of scenarios of how and when the obvious differences are between Paul and Faul, the reader is armed with case and point of these discrepancies and when they occur. So, do I recommend this book? By all means YES!"
~ Charles Witham

"Great detailed facts and information... clearly written, easy to understand and follow with documentation to back up claims."
Larry J. Arszman

About the Author
Attorney and author, Tina Foster, has devoted years of her life to unearthing what happened to James Paul McCartney.  Her dogged research has come to the attention of people around the globe.  Recognized as an authority on the subject, Tina has been invited to speak on radio shows in the USA, UK, Canada, and Australia.  “Plastic Macca,” Tina’s blog, has been quoted extensively in Paul Is Dead (PID) research. 

In this book, Tina carefully lays out her case for Paul’s death and replacement, presenting forensic evidence and witness statements, as she leads the reader through a decade of research.  Prepare to have your mind blown as Tina’s was when she first embarked on the PID journey.  Although some of the information may be disturbing, it leads to a greater understanding of how unseen forces operate in secret to manipulate perceptions and manage the populace.

Saturday, January 12, 2019

The Federal Reserve and the Theft of America

Attorney and author, Tina Foster, discusses how the Federal Reserve private banking cartel is destroying America with Answers for the Paranormal.

Recorded: 11 Jan. 2019


Monday, December 24, 2018

Paul is Dead (PID) Update - Christmas 2018

Paul says, "Happy Crimble!"

This Christmas, the message is very positive. The number of people who are waking up is astounding. While there is still a ways to go before the impostor Paul McCartney is officially outed, so many people are realizing it that the tide has now turned against Faul. He has resorted to defaming Paul's memory as a way to sell himself as preferable to the original. Sadly, there has been a discrediting campaign waged against JPM in an attempt to contain the damage. This has been done because Paul was a force for good on the planet. If people can be convinced that he was evil, then they are more likely to embrace his replacement, who was the truly evil one. My new book, Plastic Macca, will discuss this in greater detail in an attempt to set the record straight.

Wishing you and yours a very merry Christmas!




Sunday, December 16, 2018

Crushing It: Tina Foster discusses the latest on Paul Is Dead (PID)

Crushing It: Tina Foster discusses the latest on Paul Is Dead (PID)

Attorney and author, Tina Foster, has researched the Paul is Dead conspiracy theory since 2008. She is preparing to publish a comprehensive book on the subject entitled "Plastic Macca: The Secret Death and Replacement of Beatle Paul McCartney." Tina is also the author of "The Splitting Image: Exposing the Secret World of Doubles, Decoys, and Impostor-Replacements" ( and maintains the Plastic Macca ~ Paul is Dead blog (


Thursday, September 27, 2018

Beatles Conspiracy/Paul McCartney's death & replacement on Answers for the Paranormal w/ Tina Foster

Beatles Conspiracy/Paul McCartney's death & replacement on Answers for the Paranormal w/ Tina Foster

Attorney & author, Tina Foster, discusses the latest in Paul is Dead research with Bill and Joe on Answers for the Paranormal. Tina's new book about the PID conspiracy will be out this Faul. Date recorded: 25 Sept. 2018 Tina's book: "The Splitting Image: Exposing the Secret World of Doubles, Decoys, and Impostor-Replacements" - available on Amazon at

Friday, August 24, 2018

Sony Admits: We Released Fake Michael Jackson Songs

Sony Admits: We Released Fake Michael Jackson Songs

                     By Chris Morris 11:46 AM EDT

In 2010, Sony Music Entertainment released a posthumous album of what it said were unreleased tracks by the late entertainer Michael Jackson. Now the company has admitted that at least some of those songs were never sung by the King of Pop.
The record label says it was duped by two producers regarding three songs, “Breaking News”, “Monster” and “Keep Your Head Up”—all of which appeared on 2010’s Michael, according to Vibe and various other music industry news outlets. The admission was reportedly made during a court hearing.
Epic Records, which released Michael, did not immediately reply to a request for comment from Fortune.
The songs were controversial from the beginning. Several fans, as well as two of Jackson’s children and his mother Katherine, questioned whether the vocals actually were Jackson, who died in 2009.
Producers Eddie Cascio and James Porte claimed the songs had been recorded in the basement of Cascio’s house in 2007, but skepticism grew, and in 2014, a fan sued the producers and Sony (which bought Jackson’s stake in EMI Music earlier this year), saying the music wasn’t Jackson’s.
Serova reportedly testified in Los Angeles Superior Court that the songs were recorded by an impersonator named Jason Malachi, which led to Sony’s admission.
As of Friday morning, there was no decision from the court on whether Jackson’s estate would receive damages from the claims or if Sony would be responsible for issuing refunds for the album.

Wednesday, August 22, 2018