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Do you want to know a secret
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Since late 1969, rumors have circulated that Paul McCartney died and was replaced in 1966. The replacement was supposedly William Campbell who had won a Paul lookalike contest. Further, even though this was kept a secret, the Beatles have been planting clues in lyrics and on album covers to tell us about it.
The Backwards Clues
Of all the clues, the most eeriest of all are the ones that can be heard on the records themselves, when the passages are played backwards.
There are two main clues to Paul's death which are hearable on Beatles records when played backwards, and they are both on the White Album:
At the very beginning of this track, repeating over and over, and heard again many times later in the cut, is the phrase "Number nine" in a very formal british voice.
When played backwards, this phrase sounds like "Turn me on, dead man", repeated over and over.
This clue is doubly eerie when you remember John singing "I'd love to turn you on..." at the end of A Day In The Life.
I'm So Tired/Blackbird
There is some mumbling that sounds like John and Yoko right after the very abrupt ending of I'm So Tired and before the beginning of the next song, Blackbird. This passage has no english interpretation when played forwards.
However, when played backwards, you can hear John say, "Paul is a dead man. Miss him. Miss him. MISS HIM!"
This is again doubly eerie, in that this backwards message again mentions the phrase "dead man", and that the very next line on the record, sung by Paul, "Blackbird singing in the dead of night", also mentions death.
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