Tuesday, December 27, 2005

Links : Paul Is Dead!

From wikipedia.org :
The rumor began in earnest on October 12, 1969, when someone identifying himself as "Tom" (Zarski) called Russ Gibb, a radio DJ on WKNR-FM in Detroit, Michigan, and announced that McCartney was dead. Fred Labour, a junior at the University of Michigan, published a review of Abbey Road called "McCartney Dead; New Evidence Brought to Light", itemizing various "clues" of McCartney's death on Beatles album covers, in the October 14, 1969 issue of the Michigan Daily. (Adding to the mystery, Terry Knight, a former Detroit DJ and then singer on Capitol Records released a cryptic, portentous song, "Saint Paul," shortly after his alleged meeting with McCartney in London.) Soon, national and international media picked up on the story and a new "Beatle craze" took off.

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