My research indicates that Paul McCartney was replaceed in late August 1966. I am confident it was Paul during the 19 August 1966 Memphis interview and in Seattle on August 25. "Paul" seems different during the 28 August 1966 LA interview. In the 28 August interview, "Paul" keeps putting his hand up to his face as though to casually hide it, as though self conscious and maybe trying to prevent anyone from noticing subtle differences between him and Paul. Is the Paul of August 28 just a Paul impersonator? Granted, he does a great job of impersonating Paul, but if you watch these clips carefully, you will probably pick up on differences. I believe it is, in fact, a double on August 28, 1966. Therefore, I believe that the timeframe for Paul's replacement is sometime between August 19, 1966 and August 28, 1966.
August 19, 1966 - Paul in Memphis
Aug 28, 1966 - is this Faul?
Aug 19 - Memphis
On the left is a picture from Sept. 1966 at the Melody Maker Music Awards. Compare to a picture of Paul from Aug. 19, 1966.
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Compare this Sept. picture to Faul from June 1967's famous LSD interview:
This is Faul in a June 1967 interview (promoting the psychochemical warfare agent, LSD) with the Independent Television News (ITN):
Paul from Aug. 19, 1966 compared to "Paul" on Aug. 29, 1966. In the picture on the right, Paul, or his double, is disembarking from the plane in San Francisco. This would be the last Beatles concert.
The Beatles would never play live again after Paul's replacement (not counting the impromptu roof-top concert at Twickenham Studios).
After the group played a concert at Candlestick Park in San Francisco on 29 August 1966, they announced that they would stop touring.
|Brian phones Arthur Howes, telling him they won't accept more live|
[Source: DM's Beatles site]
Author of The Splitting Image: Exposing the Secret World of Doubles, Decoys, and Impostor-Replacements
The Luciferian Deception
Reptilians, Cetaceans and Frequency Wars on Planet Earth