Paul Is Dead Clues

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On the back cover of this album, there are a series of dots which, when connected, form the number '3,' suggesting three remaining Beatles.
'Goo goo g'joob' were said to be Humpty Dumpty's final words before cracking his head open, although this is not the case.
The mumbling between tracks played backwards sounds like 'Paul is a dead man, miss him, miss him, miss him.'
Lines in this song such as 'he blew his mind out in a car' suggest Paul died in a car crash.
Paul has John's open palm above his head on this album cover, said to be a symbol for death.
A flower arrangement on this album cover looks like 'PAUL?'
Billy Shears was said to be Paul's replacement
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George is holding a disembodied doll's head next to Paul's on this album cover, suggesting decapitation.
The phrase 'cranberry sauce' in this song is often misheard as 'I buried Paul.'
This song contains the line 'the walrus was Paul.' A walrus is said to be a symbol for death.
Playing this song backwards, you can hear 'turn me on, dead man.'
Paul is not wearing a hat on this album cover, symbolizing his decapitation.
On the back cover of this album, there is an image consisting of a still from the film of the same name arranged in a random pattern. When turned sideways, 'RIP' appears.

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