An investigative reporter delves into the rumor of the death and replacement of Paul McCartney More
There is an ever-prevalent rumor among Beatles fans having its origins in London around 1967 that Paul McCartney, the Beatle, was killed in 1966 and replaced by a talented look-alike. There is much strong circumstantial evidence for this rumor being true. There was a ferocious argument among the Beatles that came to its drunken climax when Paul runs outside, roars off in his car and is killed, then replaced. The Prime Minister, the Queen, the English Official Secrets Act, and huge economic interests would not let him die. This book is the story.