david terralavoro review "Turn Me on Dead man the Beatles....." Prelude _ I was 12 years old and a "sister" (as in Catholic school) brought the McCartney death... Read morePublished 8 months ago by David Terralavoro
this book delves into regions of semi-paranormal perspicatiousness attributed to Paul then reflected the back to the public, experiencing, resulting in a perceived and effectively... Read morePublished 14 months ago by bigyack
A very thorough examination of the "Paul Is Dead" silliness. Andru makes no bones that it's silly. The best look at this there is.Published 16 months ago by Beatles Examiner Steve
The rumor first started in London in 1967, not in America and that is the first inaccuracy. The second problem with all this is that a "hoax" is a lie because it is about something... Read morePublished on May 7, 2013 by Ann Little
This book is ok. But incredibly boring. The writer starts out excited, but gets bipolar and changes their minds.
It is a little ridiculous. Read more
This was an entertaining recount of the "Paul is Dead" rumor that spread like wildfire in the late 60's and still persists to a certain degree to this very day. Read morePublished on May 17, 2007 by Cwn_Annwn
This is actually a revamped version of a great book by Reeve originally released in the early 90s by Popular Culture, Ink. Read morePublished on April 8, 2006 by erictheb
This book is great.
It has lots and lots of Beatles Clues.. It goes thur step by step the series revolving Paul's > so called death> back then. Read more
Being a beatles fan from way back, I'd always been aware of the Paul McCartney is dead hoax, but I never realized how much there was to the story until I heard about this book. Read morePublished on December 1, 2005 by Joseph P. Hart