Beatle Mystery: Is Paul Dead?

Disturbing clues suggest bassist Paul McCartney is dead, and there's been a massive coverup. Here are the clues:

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The most common narrative includes the following pieces of evidence: "He didn't notice that the lights had changed" ("A Day in the Life") because he was busy watching the pretty girl on the pavement (the eponymous meter maid of "Lovely Rita") after narrowly missing her dressed in blue (she's said to be the blur on the back of Abbey Road) jaywalking ("Blue Jay Way"). He then crashed into a lamp-post (a car crash sound is heard in "Revolution 9" and "A Day in the Life"). He was pronounced dead on a "Wednesday morning at 5 o'clock as the day begins" ("She's Leaving Home"), and nobody found out this because the news was withheld: "Wednesday morning papers didn't come" ("Lady Madonna").

The Abbey Road Album cover symbology

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Paul is out of step with the rest of the guys. Because he is DEAD. John's white suit symbolizes heaven, Ringo's fancy suit represents the funeral director, and George's shabby demin represents the gravedigger.

"Strawberry Fields" has a secret lyric "I buried Paul"

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John Lennon sings it - can you hear it? Hint: it's in your left speaker.