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George Harrison Tapes Reveal That Paul McCartney Really Is Dead

These two mini cassette tapes were sent anonymously to filmmaker <B>Joel Gilbert</B> in 2005. They contain the voice of someone who appears to be
<B>George Harrison</B> confessing to the rumored cover-up of <B>Paul McCartney's</B> death in 1966. They're the basis of the new documentary, <I>Paul Really Is Dead.</I>

These two mini cassette tapes were sent anonymously to filmmaker Joel Gilbert in 2005. They contain the voice of someone who appears to be George Harrison confessing to the rumored cover-up of Paul McCartney's death in 1966. They're the basis of the new documentary, Paul Really Is Dead.

Monday, June 14, 2010 1:28 GMT

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Paul McCartney’s 68th birthday is this Friday (Jun. 18) – or is it?

For decades, there’s been an urban legend that Paul McCartney died in a car crash in 1966 and was replaced by a look- alike in an elaborate cover-up.

Now, film director Joel Gilbert is shedding new light on the conspiracy theory with a revealing documentary dubbed, Paul McCartney Really Is Dead: The Last Testament Of George Harrison.

Gilbert believes his film, on DVD this September, finally proves once and for all that McCartney really is dead – straight from the horse’s mouth.

The whole documentary is based on two mysterious audio tapes that were sent to Gilbert’s offices in 2005 labeled “The Last Testament Of George Harrison.

On them, Harrison’s purported voice – which Gilbert had forensic experts verify – confesses the entire scheme in great detail, including every bizarre clue the Beatles ever left behind on album covers to signal fans of Paul’s passing.

Supposedly, even the Fab Four’s “mop- top” phase was a ploy to hide the new Paul’s plastic surgery scars on his head.

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