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In the The overleaf of the Sergeant Pepper Album, on the shoulder patch of Paul's uniform are the letters O.P.D which in real life stands for Ontario Police Department but for the purposes of the conspiricy stands for Officially Pronounced Dead, the English equivalent of the American D.O.A.
Strawberry Fields Forever (originally it was supposed to appear on Sgt. Peppers but was released early with Penny Lane as a single)
At the end of this song, you hear the by now infamous "I buried Paul" quote by John. John was alternately claimed he was saying "Cranberry Sauce", "I'm very Bored", or that the sound of his guitar had "buried" the sound of Paul's bass. All of the above are likely considering John's love of absurd language but why no consistent answer? Hmmm....
On the Abeey Road album cover
Probably the most famous Paul is Dead clue of all. The four Beatles are walking in succession out of what looks like a graveyard. John, in white, is the minister. Ringo is the undertaker. Paul, without shoes, is the corpse. George is the gravedigger.
And don't forget the licence plate 28IF on the Volkswagon "Beetle" in the back. Paul would have been 28 IF he had lived to 1969. Also on the licence plate, the letters LMW: Linda McCartney Weeps.