People who know him say there is “the real McCartney and there is Beatle Paul.” 1
~ Mark Edmonds
“It’s not natural for ANYONE to play Paul [McCartney].” 2
~ Matt Robertson
~ Matt Robertson
Paul McCartney once sang, “You don’t look different, but you have changed.” 3 The same could be said for him. In late summer of 1966, the world-famous Beatle went missing. His presumed death has been kept a secret for nearly half a century.
How has this fact been concealed? A trained double stepped into McCartney’s Beatle boots within a matter of days (August 25-28, 1966). In addition, media manipulation, including photo-, video-, and sound-editing, have been used to further the deception [LINK]. Research on the use of doubles shows that it is not only possible to impostor-replace someone, but that it has been done [LINK].
Compelling forensic evidence has been presented as proof that Paul McCartney was switched out right under the noses of unsuspecting onlookers [LINK]. Will the world remember the talented and charming young musician, or will the operative impostor stand-in (Faul) permanently hijack his legacy?
This blog is an attempt to expose the replacement and reclaim James Paul McCartney’s memory from those who usurped it. If you have ever wondered, “What happened to Paul McCartney?,” read this blog from the beginning.
More to come...
Stay tuned for Tina Foster’s interview with Jim Fetzer on October 6, 2014.
1 Mark Edmonds, “Sir Paul McCartney confronts the ghosts of his past,” The Sunday Times,” November 23, 2008, available at http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/music/article5188290.ece.
3 Lennon/McCartney, “I’m Looking Through You,” Rubber Soul, 1965.
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