Paul is dead
Magical Mystery Tour - 1967
Paul is in the black walrus
costume on the cover, each of the other Beatles is wearing white. The walrus is
a sign of death in certain cultures. Ironically, the other Beatles are dressed
in white and hovering above him.
The word "Beatles" when held to a mirror is actually a phone number! The number is: 2317438. When the number was called, way back then, the person get this strange, cryptic message "You're getting closer.." and then the call would cut off abruptly. Inside the album is a booklet with pictures from the movie. Page 3 has a picture of Paul seated at a desk with a banner in front of him stating "I was". Also looks like Campbell again, you can see the scar on his lip here. Page 15 has a cartoon of Paul playing with a car on his desk. On page 18 and on the last page of the booklet there's that open palm again above Paul's head. Page 23 has Paul wearing a black flower, not a red one like the others are wearing. Another photograph shows Ringo's bass drum which reads, "Love the 3 Beatles." Behind that is a group of doctors and police officers.
Magical Mystery Tour lyrics:
Magical Mystery Tour: Paul says, "...the magical mystery tour is coming to take you away."
mystery tour is dying to take you away."
Some also believe that you can hear a car in the background that crashes!
The Fool On The Hill: "..day after day, alone on a hill, the man with the foolish grin is perfectly still.."
"..but nobody ever hears him and the sound he appears to make.." (that's because he's gone)
I Am The Walrus: (no you're not! Said little Nicola.) "..bury me, bury me.." "..bury my body.."
"..*Paul* you're darn near death!.." "..rest you.."
Hello Goodbye: "..you say goodbye, I say hello.." (exit Paul, enter William)
Strawberry Fields Forever: "..I buried Paul.." (this infamous line means he must've been there with father McKenzie)
All You Need Is Love: "..No one you can save that can't be saved.." "..nothing you can see that isn't shown.." "..yes, he's dead.." "..we loved you yeah, yeah, yeah.."
note: extract from www.rareexception.com
Site created by Riccardo Bertola with Microsoft FrontPage 2000.
Thanks to Cristina Bertola for translations.