Thursday, January 7, 2010

PID Shout out from Stewart Swerdlow

A couple of weeks ago, this appeared on the Stewart Swerdlow website at

Paul McCartney
Posted: December, 21, 2009
I have just been doing some research on Paul McCartney may of died in a car accident in 1966 and was somehow replaced with a double in 1967. He was replaced by a man claiming to be called Bill Sheppard. They say a row broke out between band members and Paul walked out of the studio in a drunken frenzy got in his car and drove very fast he also picked up a women hitchiker. Theirs rumours that the original Paul didnt want to go along with the agenda in promoting the hallucinative drug LSD at the time and the entertainment industry wanted to use The Beatles in promoting it apparentely.

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Stewart's Reply: True, I wrote about this a while ago. It is a very old story, but one that appears to be correct.

I am very excited that PID is getting more exposure. I would also like to thank Stewart Swerdlow for linking to this blog. It is only a matter of time before the Truth will come out about Paul's & other people's replaCIAments.

~ Tina
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EDIT: This was posted on Stewart Swerdlow's site recently:

Paul McCartney
Posted: January, 03, 2010
Having spent a fair bit of time examining the evidence for and against the Paul McCartney is dead theory my conclusion is that it is extremely unlikely that he died and was replaced. Just look at him and see if it seems to be the same genetics being expressed. To my eye and ear his physical characteristics and mannerisms match completely.

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Stewart's Reply: I have also examined it and see a big difference in bone structure, facial features and height. To me, it looks like a different person than the original. I guess we each have to decide for ourselves.


Tina Foster

Author of The Splitting Image: Exposing the Secret World of Doubles, Decoys, and Impostor-Replacements 

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  1. WOW! This is the first I have heard about Paul McCartney being replaced. I have been going to Stewart Swerdlow's site for a while now and trust his information. I will also have to look into this and decide for myself now.
    Here is an older post from on the topic as well:

    Paul McCartney
    Posted: July, 09, 2008
    What do you know about the theory that Paul McCartney is dead (and a double lives on in his place since 1966)?

    Inquring minds would like to know.

    By the way, Heather Mills stated in a recent radio interview that if the public knew the real Paul they would not be able to handle it. Hmmmmm..........

    Stewart's Reply: I think this was on my site last winter. I do believe it is a good possibility that he was replaced. The physical evidence is impressive.

    Thanks a lot for opening my mind to new possibilities, I'll be going through your site and researching this for a while.
    I have started my own blog about the Illuminati and power of the mind with inspiration from Stewart Swerdlow. Come by and check it out

    Keep up the great work, and keep digging!

  2. I do not know for certain if the Living Man known as Paul McCartney passed away in 1966 or not... However, I have a VERY GOOD EYE AND EARS, and I believe the real Paul may have gotten tired of Beatlemania and so much attention. What if, he decided to leave the Beatles and they found a good replacement? The real Paul does not have to be dead for this scenario to work. In some photos, it appears to be the actual Macca, in other photos, it is obviously a different Macca... I was in my late teens in he mid to late 60's. When Magical Mystery Tour came out, I thought something had happened to McCartney.. He didn't look right and his vocal differences were in my face but, I never thought for a moment, that it was a different Paul......... We=mc2


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