n the past week you may have seen your friends on Twitter and Facebook discuss an interview in which Ringo Starr reportedly reveals the real Paul McCartney died in 1966.
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Meaning that everything from Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band onwards was not performed by him
The ‘interview’ claims that Beatles bassist Paul McCartney died in a car crash and was replaced by a look-alike in order to keep public morale from dropping.
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This has long been a relatively popular conspiracy theory, but has – until recently – bubbled away in dark corners of the internet, disregarded as nothing more than just a conspiracy.
That was until last week, when a number of websites reported on an ‘exclusive Ringo Starr interview’ in which the former Beatles drummer admitted the conspiracy is true
The websites, such as, reported that Ringo gave the interview to the Hollywood Inquirer, and claimed he said:
“When Paul died, we all panicked!
“We didn’t know what to do, and Brian Epstein, our manager, suggested that we hire Billy Shears as a temporary solution.
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