Faul McCartney

Paul McCartney“Some years ago, I came across some evidence that Paul McCartney had been ‘replaced’ by a ‘double’ some time in 1966. Paul was replaced by ‘Faul’. This is, again, one of those stories which people can snort with laughter at, as it just seems unbelievable for so many reasons. A close member of my family who, like me, is a fan of the Beatles found it very difficult (impossible even) to entertain the notion that McCartney could have been replaced. Who can blame him – watching things like ‘Anthology’ or any of the numerous Beatles-related documentaries and interviews makes is hard to believe that ‘Faul’ could have the memories that were really Paul’s.”
Andrew Johnson, Was Paul McCartney “Replaced” By a “Double” in 1966? CheckTheEvidence.com

“I think most fans of the early Beatles remember that Paul McCartney had very rich dark hazel colored eyes as seen in the pictures below. Now technically, it is possible for a person’s eye color to change by a minor degree, due to exposure to certain chemicals and metals, as well as film and lighting, but even if this was the case, it is unlikely it would happen to this degree and in this short a time. So what color were ‘Paul’s’ eyes after 1966? Amazingly, one of the first appearances of the ‘look-alike’ after the supposed switch features several crystal clear close-ups showing his GREEN eyes!”
James Paul McCartney (1942-1966) A tribute to The Greatest Genius of 20th century music

“To my mind, the evidence conclusively proves that Paul was replaced by a double (even if one uses the strictest burden of proof – beyond a reasonable doubt). I personally believe that the Beatles were somehow being influenced by the Tavistock Institute, which was pushing a drug agenda. The most likely scenario, in my opinion, is that Paul somehow wouldn’t ‘get w/ the program,’ wouldn’t quit, & was eliminated. There is speculation that the replacement is a William Campbell of Ontario. Dr. Henry Truby, Director of the University of Miami’s Language and Linguistics Research Laboratory, did a vocal analysis that showed there were at least 3, & possibly 6, ‘Paul’ voices.”
Faulconandsnowjob, 27-08-2008, 01:58 AM, David Icke.com