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"Paul Is Dead" by Jensen Rufe

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Uploaded on Apr 10, 2011

This here documentary short is a 5 minute look into the late '60s rumor that Paul McCartney had died.

Conspiracy theorists claimed that McCartney had actually died in 1966 of a head injury suffered in a car crash, and that the Beatles hired the winner of a British McCartney lookalike contest named William Campbell to take Paul's place.

Lucky for the Beatles, Campbell was a very talented bass player and singer himself, and the band continued to enjoy musical success for nearly four more years before their breakup.

Being the clever lads that they were, the Beatles subsequently planted clues of the death on their album covers, in their lyrics, and through cryptic backwards tape loops--carefully hidden in songs.

And what became of William Campbell?

"Paul Is Dead" by Jensen Rufe examines all of these things in a quick five minutes!

Enjoy!

[Note: This was part of the "Steve and Jensen's Universe" 2004 trilogy]

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