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The Beatles has a couple of the more interesting clues check out the backward masking clues on this album. All these clues, and backward masking. It all leads to one thing...Paul IS Dead.


Page numbers are for the CD booklet

Page 7 Bottom right is a picture of Paul dancing. If you look closely you can see what appears to be two skeletal hands reaching for him.
Page 14 A large picture of Paul that clearly shows the scar on his lip. (Those of you with the album received this photo seperate from the poster)
Page 18 (near the bottom right corner of the photo of George) A picture of William Campbell before the plastic surgery.

On to the lyrics. . .

Glass Onion

Looking through the bent backed tulips
To see how the other half live
Looking through a glass onion

editor's note: Imagery of looking down into a grave. A glass onion could
be a clear casket, so one could "see how the other half (the dead half)

I told you about the walrus and me-man
You know that we're as close as can be-man
Well here's another clue for you all
The walrus was Paul

editor's note: See I Am the Walrus. John must have felt his earlier
reference was to obscure and wanted to put a finer point on it.


While My Guitar Gently Weeps

I look at you all see the love there that's sleeping
While my guitar gently weeps
Look at you all...
Still my guitar gently weeps.

editor's note: An ode to Paul and all of "the love there that's sleeping"
in the ground. Also, at the end of the song, George can clearly be heard saying "Paul" over and over. Check it out for yourself.



Blackbird singing in the dead of night Take these broken wings and learn to fly All your life You were only waiting for this moment to arise

editor's note: Could the Blackbird be Paul who's waiting to arise.


Mother Nature's Son

Find me in my field of grass -- Mother Nature's son
Swaying daisies sing a lazy song beneath the sun.

editor's note: Paul is in a field of grass alright, six feet into it. Also the daisies in this
verse is evocative of the colloquialism "pushing up daisies."


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