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Here lies the heart of the Paul is Dead Mythology. There are many clues on this album. Be sure to check out the other pages that I have linked to in order to pick up all the Paul is Dead imagery on the album cover and inner sleeve.

Cover Art
1.There appears to be a freshly dug grave in front of all the people.
2.The yellow flowers (directly below the flowers that spell Beatles) are in the shape of a bass guitar. Paul played bass.
3.There are three sticks on the yellow flowers to represent the strings of the bass. THREE strings to represent the THREE remaining Beatles.
4.Also notice that the yellow flowers spell out 'PAUL?'; questioning Paul...
5.The doll on the right of the cover (in the white, black, and red stripes) has a small white car, with a blood red interior, on its lap. This is a model of the car that Paul died in.
6.Direcly below the doll's left foot is a white vase with yellow flowers in it. If you look closely it resembles a car with flames coming out of the back end, plummeting over a cliff.
7.Below the 'T' in Beatles is a statue of the Hindu God Shiva 'The Destroyer.' Both hands point directly to Paul. The right hand points to the wax Paul and the left hand points to the cut out Paul.
8.Notice the Beatles standing behind the drum in the center. They are all standing sideways except for Paul who is facing directly forward. John, Ringo, and George look *three dimensional* while Paul looks like one of the cardboard cutouts.
9.Paul is the only one holding a black instrument. Black is usually associated with death. This may seem insignificant now, but it turns up a few more times.
10.Again, there is an open palm above Paul's head.
11.Take a small mirror, or the bottom of a CD will work, and place it perpendicular to the center of the drum, so that you split 'LONELY HEARTS' in half. Now read the combined writing of the drum and the mirror. It says 1 ONE 1 X HE | DIE. '1 ONE 1' equals three. The 'X' crosses out Paul because he's no longer there. And the arrow between 'He' and 'Die' points directly to Paul.

1. The Fab Four are seen sitting facing the camera. On "Paul's" left arm is a patch that says O. P. D. (Officially Pronounced Dead), like D. O. A. (Dead on Arrival).
2. The photo was taken at such an angle and with "Paul's" sleeve folded so that it appears to say O. P. D. when really it says O. P. P. which stands for the 'Ontario Provincial Police.'
3. Another interpretation is that William Campbell was once a police officer in Canada. The lyrics to 'She Came in Through the Bathroom Window' explain this. See ABBEY ROAD

1.Paul is facing backwards, to signify that he is an imposter.
2.Paul, George,and John were all about the same height, but in this photo Paul appears higher than the other two. This represents that he is *rising up,* ascending if you will.
3.The words "Without You" are coming out the side of Paul's head, from the song title "Within You, Without You."
4.George's thumb is pointing to the lyrics "Wednesday morning at 5 o'clock," the time of Paul's death.
5.George's (in red) hand makes an L, John's (in green) a V, and Ringo's (in pink) an E. Paul (in blue) is the HOLE where the O would be in the word LOVE.

Here are the lyrics that prove PAUL IS DEAD.

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

I don't really want to stop the show,
But I thought that you might like to know,
That the singer's going to sing a song,
And he wants you all to sing along.
So let me introduce to you
The one and only Billy Shears
And Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.

editor's note: When Paul died, the Beatles realized that this could mean the
end of their band. They didn't "really want to stop the show" so they came
up with this plan to replace Paul with William Campbell. Sgt. Pepper's
represent the introduction of William Campbell. "The one and only Billy Shears"
or Billys hears or Billy's here. With the introduction of Campbell, the Beatles
ceased to exist in the traditional form and became Sgt. Pepper's.


A Little Help From My Friends

What would you think if I sang out of tune,
Would you stand up and walk out on me.
Lend me your ears and I'll sing you a song,
And I'll try not to sing out of key.
I get by with a little help from my friends

editor's note: Billy Shears (William Campbell) expresses his nervousness
at replacing Paul. He is reassured though that the Beatles will help him
carry out his ruse.


She's Leaving Home

Wednesday morning at five o'clock as the day begins

editor's note: The time of Paul's death. Although it may not have
occured in the morning (see Good Morning, Good Morning), five o'clock
is the time. Wednesday morning refers to the day the story broke. According
to Paul Is Dead Mythology, there was a published account of Paul's death,
but the paper was quickly recalled (see Lady Madonna).


Lovely Rita

Standing by a parking meter,
When I caught a glimpse of Rita,
Filling in a ticket in her little white book.

editor's note: PID mythology has it that the woman who caught Paul's eye
was a meter maid.

Oh, lovely Rita meter maid,
Where would I be without you

editor's note: Oh, Paul where would you be, indeed.


Good Morning, Good Morning

Nothing to do to save his life call his wife in

editor's note: Nothing left to do after Paul died but to tell the Beatles
and Jane Asher.

People running round it's five o'clock.
Everywhere in town is getting dark.

editor's note: Once again, the time of Paul's death.


A Day in the Life

I read the news today oh boy
About a lucky man who made the grade
And though the news was rather sad
Well I just had to laugh
I saw the photograph.
He blew his mind out in a car
He didn't notice that the lights had changed
A crowd of people stood and stared
They'd seen his face before
Nobody was really sure

editor's note: Paul was supposedly burned beyond recognition in the car
wreck which is why "nobody was really sure" that the victim was Paul. Paul
"blew his mind out in a car" when "he didn't notice that the lights had
changed" as he looked at the Lovely Rita Meter Maid.


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