The “Paul is dead” conspiracy emerged back in 1966, with theorists claiming Paul McCartney had died and been replaced by a lookalike. Daily Star Online has previously revealed how some believe that lookalike is impersonator Billy Shears. Fans of the wacky theory also point to supposed clues in album covers and tracks. And now – after the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ final live performance was celebrated on Wednesday – two videos have resurfaced adding further fuel to the baffling flame. One of the videos features the song “I’m so tired.” But when played in reverse it appears to say: “Paul is dead.” That is then followed with: “I miss him, miss him, miss him.” The conspiracy-fueled video was a hotspot for believers to share their whacky thoughts. One viewer commented: “Shh, don’t let everyone in on the secret.”
Here’s the song “I’m so tired” being played in reverse.
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