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Paul McCartney died in 1966 - replaced by Billy Shepherd

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posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 06:18 PM
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pmexplorer says


Sir Paul McCartney is alive and well.

Yes, SIR Paul is, but not JAMES Paul.


he wasn't replaced

It's been scientifically proven that he was replaced.
only1rad.proboards.com...


and he sure as hell isn't the leader of the Illuminati as faulcon once claimed on here.

lol I never said he was the leader. He must have some sort of ties to them, though, or he wouldn't be controlling a billion dollars in assets. He probably is Illuminati, or is one of their puppets. I don't know, I'm not a member. Oh, but wait. Why don't you write him a letter & ask him? I'm sure he'll tell you. He answers all of his mail, right?

Fan Mail Address:

Paul McCartney
MPL
1 Soho Square
London W1V6HD
UK



[edit on 20-7-2009 by faulconandsnowjob]




posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 07:20 PM
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Originally posted by faulconandsnowjob
pmexplorer says


Sir Paul McCartney is alive and well.

Yes, SIR Paul is, but not JAMES Paul.


he wasn't replaced

It's been scientifically proven that he was replaced.
only1rad.proboards.com...

[He must have some sort of ties to them, though, or he wouldn't be controlling a billion dollars in assets. He probably is Illuminati, or is one of their puppets. I don't know, I'm not a member. Oh, but wait. Why don't you write him a letter & ask him? I'm sure he'll tell you. He answers all of his mail, right?


You can keep your sarcasm and pedantry for a start.
You do realise how pathetic that is considering you are the one who's posted about McCartney being linked with Hilary Clinton and the illuminati for god's sake!

Sir James Paul McCartney is alive and well.

Here's a bit about Fred LaBour who was one of the key manufacturers behind this hoax:



In the fall of 1969, a rumor spread the world that Paul McCartney had died, his death was covered up, and the surviving Beatles were planting mysterious "clues" in their music and on their album covers.

It started in Detroit.

Fred LaBour, aka Riders in the Sky's Too Slim, was a junior at the University of Michigan. He was planning his review of the brand-new "Abbey Road" album, for the campus newspaper, when he happened to tune in to a local disc jockey.

"A guy called in and said 'There's something weird going on with these Beatle records,'" LaBour recalls. "He said 'Something's happened to Paul.' It was really spooky. He had three or four of what we now call clues."

The caller pointed to an eerie voice at the end of "Strawberry Fields Forever," apparently intoning the words "I buried Paul."

In an instant, LaBour -- who had written term papers on the music of Bob Dylan and the Beach Boys -- knew what he was going to do.

"I talked it over with a friend of mine," he says, "and said 'I'm just going to kill him. I'm just going to make the whole thing up.'

"So the next morning, I lined up all my Beatles albums on my desk and made up this story. I wanted to take what he said and make a story out of it."

The Oct. 14 issue of the Michigan Daily was headlined "McCartney Dead; New Evidence Brought to Light."

And so Fred LaBour -- still 20 years away from his chaps and handlebar moustache -- entered history, for the first time.

He alleged, among other things, that McCartney had been killed in a 1966 auto accident, and that the others had replaced him with William Campbell, a Scottish kid who'd won a McCartney look-alike contest.

LaBour scrutinized his "Sgt. Pepper" album cover. The photos, he said, were laden with "clues." McCartney has his back turned to the camera in one picture; in another, he's wearing a badge that reads O.P.D. "O.P.D., Officially Pronounced Dead," LaBour says with a laugh. "There's a bunch of them that crack me up."

(In truth, McCartney had been given the badge during a Canadian tour; it stood for Ontario Police Department).

"It was supposed to be a satire of the school of criticism where you ascribe a lot of qualities to an artist's work that he probably had no idea he was doing," LaBour says. "Like over-analyzing."

"Paul was always doing something different in the pictures, so you could say 'Great! This is a metaphor for that,'" He explains. "He's barefoot on the cover of 'Abbey Road'? Well, dead men don't wear shoes. I didn't research that, but it sounded good. He's in a box on this one? That's obviously a coffin."

In many photos, a raised hand appeared over McCartney's head. Obviously, LaBour wrote, a Mafia sign of death.

Regarding "I Am the Walrus," LaBour told his readers that "walrus" was a Greek word meaning corpse.

"When this all hit the fan and they were trying to verify the clues, they called the great Greek classics professor at Columbia University: 'Walrus, is it true that it means corpse?'

"And he said 'Walrus? We have no word, walrus. What is that?"

The Beatles, who had quietly broken up the month before, remained mum on the subject (in all honesty, it wasn't hurting record sales). The real McCartney was very much alive and in seclusion at his Scottish farm.

Others discovered new "clues," and the rumor got bigger and bigger; soon it was all over the national news. "I thought people's interest would be piqued, and their imagination and stuff, but I never thought people would believe it," LaBour says. "The phone was ringing all the time. I got scared. It was too weird."

In November, attorney F. Lee Bailey filmed a TV show, staged in a mock courtroom. Several of the principals, including the Michigan disc jockey and Fred LaBour, along with Beatles manager Allen Klein, were flown to Los Angeles to "give testimony."

LaBour was terrified, and at his first meeting with Bailey, he confessed that he'd made the whole thing up.

"There was this great pause," LaBour recalls. "And he said 'We have an hour of television to do. You're going to have to play along.'"


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posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 08:30 PM
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Originally posted by pmexplorer

You can keep your sarcasm and pedantry for a start.

What would a post from pmexplorer be w/o an insult? Take out the insults & there really wouldn't be too much left over.


You do realise how pathetic that is considering you are the one who's posted about McCartney being linked with Hilary Clinton and the illuminati for god's sake!

You do realise how pathetic that is considering you don't even know about the Illuminati? lol


Sir James Paul McCartney is alive and well.

Really? Then where is he? B/c that guy prancing around pretending to be Paul ain't Paul.


Here's a bit about Fred LaBour who was one of the key manufacturers behind this hoax:

Thanks for posting something on PID history.

You know why people thought Paul was dead? B/c they noticed it wasn't the same guy. All the clues & back-masked songs were just supporting evidence.

[edit on 20-7-2009 by faulconandsnowjob]



posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 10:13 PM
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Originally posted by pmexplorer

Fred LaBour, aka Riders in the Sky's Too Slim, was a junior at the University of Michigan. He was planning his review of the brand-new "Abbey Road" album, for the campus newspaper, when he happened to tune in to a local disc jockey.

"A guy called in and said 'There's something weird going on with these Beatle records,'" LaBour recalls. "He said 'Something's happened to Paul.' It was really spooky. He had three or four of what we now call clues."



Umm no, this thing dates back before lebour's article, the rumors where around even farther back. Labour never started it.


"September 17, 1969: Tim Harper, student at Drake University in Des Moines, IA, pens an article titled "Is Beatle Paul McCartney Dead?" for the Drake Times-Delphic student paper. Harper, who does not believe in the rumor, nevertheless reports the latest West Coast college gossip -- that Paul McCartney has died in a car crash, perhaps as far back as 1966. Six days later, Barb Ulvilden recounts the rumor in Northern Illinois University's Northern Star."



posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 10:23 PM
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Faulcon you can't really back mask a song on vinyl that was produced and distributed before 1966. A few of us have brought up the point but you have a tendency to ignore it every time. Refusing to address this core issue betrays how tenuous the theory is. I'm confident that a voice recognition survey of pre and post '66 recordings would reveal that they were made by the same person, Paul.



posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 10:25 PM
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When will the accusations end, and what will it take to convince you?

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posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 10:28 PM
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they have done voice matching and the voice is close but not the same



posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 10:30 PM
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I'd love to see it. I've searched high and low but haven't been able to locate any comparison, along with the data.



posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 10:46 PM
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It's simple, the songs sung by Paul before Pepper have an English accent that is strong in the words whereas the songs from Pepper and afterwards sound similar to Paul but the accent is missing for the most part in the words(although it is there when speaking). Plus the voice of Paul before '67 is deeper with more strength and in the latter years the voice is higher and more shallow. But the accent is key imo.

[edit on 20-7-2009 by SednaSon]



posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 10:47 PM
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Originally posted by Bldrvgr
Originally posted by pmexplorer

Umm no, this thing dates back before lebour's article, the rumors where around even farther back. Labour never started it.


The first rumors of a car crash began in 1967 in England. The Beatles Book printed a little blurb saying they weren't true. I posted that earlier.

In October 1969, a guy called "Tom" called into Russ Gibb's Detroit radio show saying Paul was dead, & that he should play "Revolution 9" backwards. Gibb did & subsequently heard "turn me on, dead man." Fred LaBour heard this on the radio, & wrote up an article on it for his college paper.

This is from memory from the book, "Turn Me On, Dead Man" by Andru J. Reeve, so no internet cite at the moment.

[edit on 20-7-2009 by faulconandsnowjob]



posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 10:50 PM
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Not simply an aural appraisal, but with voiceprint biometric software that plots the data.



posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 10:53 PM
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Originally posted by elfie

Faulcon you can't really back mask a song on vinyl that was produced and distributed before 1966...

To which are you referring? The back-masked songs I've mentioned were 1968 & later.


Refusing to address this core issue betrays how tenuous the theory is.

This theory isn't "tenuous" in the least. In fact, it's been scientifically proven:
only1rad.proboards.com...



I'm confident that a voice recognition survey of pre and post '66 recordings would reveal that they were made by the same person, Paul.

Are you now? Then please, by all means, do a voiceprint or a sonogram.


Dr. Henry M. Truby of the University of Miami used samples from three Beatles songs sung by Paul McCartney (Yesterday, Penny Lane, and Hey Jude) and produced three very different sonagrams. (Reeve, Andru J., Turn Me On, Dead Man: The Complete Story of the Paul McCartney Death Hoax, Ann Arbor: Popular Culture, Ink, 1994: 69).


More audio evidence showing 2 different sonograms at: digilander.libero.it...



[edit on 20-7-2009 by faulconandsnowjob]



posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 10:58 PM
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Originally posted by elfie
what will it take to convince you?


I'm wondering the same thing. Apparently, the difference in facial bone structure (proven by scientists), the difference in height (2+ inches) & eye color (brown vs. green), voice, personality & mannerisms aren't enough for some people. lol


[edit on 20-7-2009 by faulconandsnowjob]



posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 11:03 PM
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I tried using the voice print sampler and it linked to another board instead of the samples. The comparisons on the page you provided were from two different songs--same note and key?



posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 11:08 PM
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The songs at digilander.libero.it... are of

"Your Mother Should Know" (James Paul McCartney) & "Hello, Goodbye" (Faul)

I don't think it matters if they are in the same key. A voiceprint is like a fingerprint. If they don't match, it's not the same person. I've posted the law on this enough times already.

But to answer your other question, I will never, ever stop until the truth comes out about this.



posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 11:14 PM
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Paul vs. Faul sonagram from digilander.libero.it...



The US fed law on using voice prints to establish identity can be found in the 3rd post here:
only1rad.proboards.com...



posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 11:15 PM
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... I promised myself I wouldnt click on this thread, expecting some crazy theory, .... but I have to say upon reading the evidence it seemed plausible, .... until I got to the last pictures at the end of the story .......

.. they seem much different to me, especialy the nostrils, ... as far as facial features not matching ?? I came across this link on youtube.

www.youtube.com...

.... and peoples mannerisms and accents change over time .... it's also feasible that he had a little plastic surgery in his time, ....

... my ruling Paul is Alive.



posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 11:19 PM
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Originally posted by IntastellaBurst

.... and peoples mannerisms and accents change over time .... it's also feasible that he had a little plastic surgery in his time, ....

In 4 months? We're talking about a big change between Aug 1966 & Dec 1966. And why would Paul have had extensive surgeries to alter his looks? It's not possible. The only logical conclusion (& the conclusion reached by scientists) is that he was replaced.

Sedna, tell them about how people are imposter replaced w/ doubles.

[edit on 20-7-2009 by faulconandsnowjob]



posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 11:40 PM
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Originally posted by elfie
Not simply an aural appraisal, but with voiceprint biometric software that plots the data.




I understand. But first I would recommend you try to hear the differences yourself first. The differences are there. It's not like you need special equipment to notice them.

[edit on 20-7-2009 by SednaSon]



posted on Jul, 20 2009 @ 11:48 PM
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Originally posted by faulconandsnowjob
Sedna, tell them about how people are imposter replaced w/ doubles.



Well, in this scenario, I think they had Paul's replacement before his death. In fact, why would they plan a murder without at least having someone waiting in the wings?

Whatever agency is in charge of this, the process I believe is they send agents out to locate potential doubles. Plus they have a huge database of pictures to choose from, plus other resources we are probably not aware of. I know someone personally who was approached by one of these agencies, not to be a double, but to do "work" for them.

Anyway, Paul's double most likely looked like him before the surgery but advanced plastic surgery was done to make every little feature look like Paul's, including freckles, moles, scars, etc. But you can't change someone's skull, so that's why we are here.



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