Trailer of the Yes Men Fix the World in which two guys pretend to be corporations they hate and propose policies that would help the collective whole. Also analyzes the market and how it punishes charity and rewards greed.
Although there is a wide variety of videos to select from regarding this topic I have selected three that illustrate several aspects of the consipiracy. Purple Cast will review the recent documentary film "Paul McCartney Really is Dead: The Last Testament of George Harrison" on the first episode and analyze the claims of the voice claiming to be the deceased Beatle.
The first video is a song written by the "faul" or the fake Paul McCartney on a televison show apparently on the spot. An editor by the name Iamaphoney remixed the song and added a video compilation of various clues to Paul McCartney's height and shoe size. Although these clues are speculative they provide observations of physical characteristics that do not change drastically in a matter of months after the age of 24. The second video is a song written by Terry Knight released on the same publishing company as Lennon/McCartney called Maclen, which is the U.S. version of Northern Songs. By the way it is the only other none Beatle song to be published under this name. The song melds several beatles tunes together to tell a story of Terry Knight's experience working with the Beatles during the White Album. The third video is an interview of "Faul McCartney" on David Letterman's show about this very topic. It is important to notice the way McCartney is acting and his frequent touching of the nose to indicate lying. He also looks away when asked about the conspiracy and makes a joke to lighten the mood.
The statement about the Abbey Road cover where he arrived with sandals on and decided to walk across a dark pavement road with bare feet because it was hot seems absurd. The theory of that cover is that John is dressed in white as the messiah, Ringo the Paul bearer, Faul the corpse, and George the Gravedigger. Paul is also the only one stepping with is right foot first while the others are stepping with the left foot. Paul is out of sync with the rest of the group and this is symbolized not just in this album but going back to Sgt. Pepper. The theory is that Paul died on November 9, 1966 in a car crash and the Beatles made a pact to replace McCartney and continue the group to avoid mass suicides of fans obsessed with the band. The clues of the imposter were subsequently placed within songs and albums covers, as well as back masking to hide clues that could only be played when listened to backwards. All of these effects do not begin until Sgt. Pepper and continue until Let it Be. We will all be magic supermen, turn me on dead man, and it was a fake mustache are only three examples of messages put in songs through back masking.
Although these are only three obscure videos about the conspiracy they sparked my interest and relates to any Beatles fan that is further interested in the topic. PurpleCast blogs are meant to be a plat form for generating conversation about similar conspiracy related topics. Don't just take our word for it, do your own research as well and make your own informed statements to have a productive conversation about unknown hoaxes, conspiracies, and mysteries.