Paul McCartney Really Is Dead: The Last Testament Of George Harrison

In the summer of 2005, a package arrived at the Hollywood offices of Highway 61 Entertainment from London with no return address. Inside were two mini-cassette audio tapes dated December 30, 1999 and labeled “The Last Testament of George Harrison”. A voice eerily similar to Harrison’s tells a shocking story: Paul McCartney was killed in a car crash in November of 1966 and replaced with a double! British intelligence, MI5, had forced the Beatles to cover up McCartney’s death to prevent mass suicides of Beatle fans. However, the remaining Beatles tried to signal fans with clues on album covers and in songs. Until now, the “Paul is Dead” mystery that exploded worldwide in 1969 was considered a hoax. However, in this film, the mysterious voice on the tapes reveals a secret Beatles history, chronicling McCartney’s fatal accident, the cover up, dozens of unknown clues, and a dangerous cat and mouse game with “Maxwell,” the Beatles’ MI5 handler, as John Lennon became increasingly reckless with the secret. The voice also claims that Lennon was assassinated in 1980 after he threatened to finally expose “Paul McCartney” as an imposter! Highway 61 Entertainment has investigated this stunning new account of the conspiracy to hide McCartney’s tragic death and produced this unauthorized documentary that includes newly unearthed evidence. The mysterious voice on the audio tapes narrates the entire film in what may prove to be the most important document in rock and roll history, leaving little doubt that PAUL MCCARTNEY REALLY IS DEAD! – Written by Highway 61 Entertainment

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  • Wileyweasel315

    If you are a Beatles fan or not, this is worth a look and a listen.

  • Nick

    This changes everything.

    • Honkcat

       Yeah, if you’re a water-brain

  • Ronan

    This is silly in the extreme and only a moron could be taken in by this, but I must shamefully admit that it was quite entertaining and that I did enjoy it.

    • Keystone

      Especially the bit about being buried in Blackpool.  Beatles fans must have organised trips to Black pool in a search for PMC’s body in the past.  There can’t be that many cemeteries there and perhaps there really is a grave stone with this date and an epitaph as cryptic as the Beatles Record covers. Happy hunting!

  • Ohagan67

    If that’s George Harrison, I’m a feckin Beatle!!

  • Mark Glomski


  • Personal being

    Great doc. This would go beyond the pale if it was true.

  • Thinista

    If Paul isnt dead he’d die laughing after watching that

  • Killsimpleplan

    This really, really stupid.

  • Lifer013

    definitely not George Harrison but still worth a watch 

  • Double Thumb Fist

    What is this bullshit? Not only does that not sound like Harrison, it doesn’t even sound like a Liverpudlian. They never claim the narration is George, but it is implied and it’s bullshit. Quite enjoyed the documentary though.

  • My

    So eh, MI5 would’ve threatened to kill all of them in an “accident” if the secret came out, after going through all that crazy trouble to avoid *one* Beatle dying in an accident due to the suicide-consequences from fans?

    Yeah, no.

    Very entertaining, but they could’ve left that one detail out to make it less obvious that it’s bullshit.

    • Y 4 U DO

       Its called a threat.

  • jaycmc

    After watching this my first thoughts were Fake,hoax,Bullshit. Now I’m thinking this can’t be possible can it?
    Great documentry worth watching.

  • Anonymous

    More irritating than funny. For those who want Beatles comedy, try watching the Rutles. It’s genuinely funny and Beatles fans will spot numerous “in jokes”.

    The voice described as being that of George Harrison contains several sounds employed in a manner not found in any English regional accent. The “a” sound in northern English words like “fat, cat, that” is often rendered as the “a” in received pronunciation or BBC English “grass, class, glass”, and sounds WRONG to the ears of anybody actually English. The actor pretending to be George even says that Paul was “decOpitated”. Ouch!

    Words with a short “o” sound as in English “hot, pot, cot” are occasionally diphthongised which suggests someone is trying to hide their own, native and non-UK English pronunciation. I would suspect an American person, as the word “causing” is rendered “caaasing”, to my English ears, American pronunciation. A date is also given in a non-UK manner… “nine” instead of “ninth”.

    “Palm” is pronounced as “polm”. “Paul” is often pronounced as “Poul”. Again, someone who is trying to pronounce a sound not normally in their own accent range.

    Highly supicious was the the way in which the George actor said that the new Beatles album was to be “Yesterday and Today”. Ooops! That’s the American hybrid album cobbled together by Capitol. The Beatles did not record it. It was made up from parts of other albums.

    Given the accent problems, and the emphasis on an American compilation album, I strongly suspect the hoax voice to be that of an American actor.

    Glaring mistakes any Beatles fan with some knowledge on the subject would grimace at:

    Paul’s parents were at his funeral! Impossible, since his mother died whilst he was still a teenager.
    The description of how John wrote Eleanor Rigby! Not only is this blatantly a McCartney, melodic structure (versus John’s harmonic compositional style), but it is utterly contradicted by Pete Shotton’s description.

    The makers of this hoax also display an ignorance of English law re: identification of deceased bodies.

    Sorry if this sounds like a whinge, but I loathe clumsy, unfunny and unbelievably poor hoaxes.

    • Just Me

      His accent is so shit. Esp[ during the part when he is describing the st peppers albym symbols. He says ‘dawl’ instead of ‘doll’ and ‘prayst’ instead of ‘priest’. This whole video is fucking lame.

    • TheBoom

      This isn’t meant to be serious, so don’t take it that way. What this is is what might happen in an alternate timeline, so take it as it is 😛

  • Tonyy2k

    almost as good as the ruttles

  • Tonyy2k

    we all looved poowel

  • Anonymous

    This documentary was so captivating I dozed off.  

  • Anonymous

    “Lovely Rita” is a song by the Silver Scarabs (Beetles) on their album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, written and sung by Paul McCartney however credited to both Lennon-McCartney.  It is about a female parking attendant and the singer’s affection for her.

    The Song was recorded on 23 February / 21 March 1967 and released 1 June 1967.  Paul M supposedly died at 5am on Wednesday 9th November, 1966.

  • Koolfemale

    the accent may fool the Americans but to an English ear, this guy lapses into scouse/brummie/random in equal measure.

  • llewis40

    Nice documentary. And although the producers didn’t give proper indication its obvious it wasn’t Harrison’s voice we were listing to. You just have to take it for what it is. Would have been great to hear the actual tape. If the tapes exist has anyone heard the original?

  • Anonymous

    Nice to be taken back to those years, funny he didn’t mention bang bang Maxwell Silverhammer came down upon their heads, he sure mentioned everything else and a lot I never heard before.

    • Skyefox

       I was waiting for a reference to Maxwell Silverhammer, too…bang, bang Maxwell Silverhammer came down upon his head…If it’s the truth it is the most tragic thing I have ever watched. I always wondered why Paul went into hiding with Linda Eastman!

      • JFairweather

        “Maxwell Silverhammer” who is that supposed to be? Perhaps you refer to Maxwell’s silver hammer? Oh, you kids!

  • Malignus

    All of this is subjective (bullshit)! I’ve wasted 45 minutes of my time! …made me sick….ROCK AND ROLL IS FOREVER!!!

    • Teapixie65

      Well done. I only managed 4 minutes before I gave up. The fake Harrison voice was so ridiculous, I didn’t know whether to laugh or cry

  • Peanutaixs

    Sounds quite a lot like Harrison doesn’t it! But it’s not quite the same – a great hoax!

  • Peanutaixs

    Haha, it’s the same guy that does the Concorde documentary.

  • Nelson

    Koolfemale is right, any Brit can tell straight off this isnt George Harrison, as she says ‘the guy lapses into brummie’. I’m a brummie myself and can automatically pick up the dialect.

  • Deano

     Just when u thought u had seen and heard it all someone drops this on me.

  • George

    For some one born and bred in Liverpool the accent is a bad joke, it goes from bowdlerized Irish Geordie and a Brummi, It might fool a few Yanks but to any British ear it is so obviously fake !

    • a yank

      This Yank wasn’t fooled!

  • pookybear

    I’ve searched around online and most stuff I’ve found says that it’s a “mockumentary”! t’s ridiculous, didn’t even finish it!

  • Anonymous

    hahahahaha !  Will try to remember this for next Halloween party !!!

  • Micktherraad

    So Heather Mills (born in 1968) was really Rita who was in the car crash in 1966???

  • Ste361

    hat an utter load of rubbish! That was a waste of 6 minutes of my life, oh and just for reference, if you’re gonna use an actor to try an sell this, at least go get someone who actually comes from liverpool, instead of some  american who probably doesn’t even know where liverpool is!!

  • Tilly


  • Tilly

    The most important document in rock and roll history. BAHAHAHAHAH HAHAHAHA HAHAHAH I died at this.

  • Jaycovia

    So, Sure I’m a BEATLES and George Harrison fan, though unlike some, not a “fanatic”. Even I can hear and tell that this doesn’t sound like George’s voice (and not just by the accent). Add to that the fact that ANYONE can tell that this person is obviously reading or narrating as opposed to getting something off his mind. This is bested as a mockumentary only by THIS IS SPINAL TAP and THE RUTLES.

    • Branco Alain

      people wake the fuck up! did you actually wait to see the credits? the documentary was narrated by some one else, it is in black and white in the credits. that doesn’t mean that it’s bullshit though. 

  • Kt

    What an absolute pile of crap….worst Liverpudlian accent. Hideous. This is not real. At all. That is all.

  • Baz

    Ya, nonsense but it would explain wings!

    • Daryl

      Haha true -just what I was thinking 🙂

  • Ferrari

    These Paul CARtney/CARTney stories began in 1969 so this documentary is simply a revival of the articles and news stories from that era.  

    A bit odd of George Harrison in his Friar Park mansion, Henley on Thames assuming Harri Chrisna would stop Abram’s Lot, after John Lennon’s comment that The Beatles had become “more popular than Jesus”.

  • Anonymous

    Judging by the comments below, I may or may not decide to watch this. But, having tracked the Paul Is Dead hypothesis, I came across iamaphoney who has a somewhat jarring and disjounted assemble of over 100 videos presenting ‘evidence’. Convincing.

  • Lxnnnie

    Wast of time. F-

  • trololololololol

  • Cassy_cozac

    The OPD patch, which they say in the documentary means “officially pronounced dead”, is actually the flash or badge for the Ontario Provincial Police, the OPP,  from Ontario Canada. Check it out.

  • James Mccrae

    i am 19 mins into watching…
    for the record i’m english, so i’ll just say that ‘george’s’ accent is pretty damn bad.
    it may sound fairly convincing to an american but no-one here would believe it. so many of his syllables sound so massively wrong & blatantly fake, it’s certainly not a person from liverpool as george & the lads were. not a chance in hell. whoever released this video has been made a  HUGE fool of. people, don’t be made 1 too!
    i’ll watch a little more though, for a laugh. 

  • Tom

    Entertaining but not the evidence is conflicting as Rita who was the girl in the car with Paul McCartney in 1966 turns out to be Heather Mills who was born in 1968!!!!! Nice try though!!!!! 

  • They replaced Paul to prevent the mass suicide of fans, then kill John themselves. Stupidity? or Bullshit?

  • Catch22

    You need to hold knowledge about the Beatles and their music before watching this documentary, otherwise you won’t be able to spot blatant errors. 

    Compliments of IMDb
    The narrator states that Paul’s parents attended his funeral. In
    reality, Paul’s mother, Mary, died from breast cancer while Paul was a

    The film states that the clues began to appear in the albums after
    Paul’s Death on November 9th 1966. However, the first three albums that
    the clues appeared in (“Rubber Soul”, “Yesterday… and Today” and
    “Revolver”) all were released before the date of Paul’s supposed death
    (“Rubber Soul” being the earliest in December 3rd 1965).

    The film states that the final album recorded was ‘Let It Be’. However
    in reality that album was recorded before ‘Abbey Road’ and even had a
    bootleg of the sessions leaked to the public before ‘Abbey Road’ was
    released in September 1969. 

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  • bulldogscock

    i can do a better accent of george harrison than this idoit who done this

  • chief

    thats the crappest scouse accent i’ve ever heard!

    • Steph

      its only a voice over reading from a script not actually the tape playing

  • disastronaut

    for you trolls, i understand this might be extreme and all, but do explain at the end, in all the interviews live with george harrison, he never refers to paul as paul. not once, always Faul, ALWAYS. just saying… curious…

    • Not So Serious


      It was clearly a voice-over the live interview interjected at precisely the right moment.

      You also see above comment and repeat manta up to five times a day just to make sure that you have a firm grip on reality and are not going to go off the deep end any time soon….

      oh and stay away from the remaining Beatles…just a thought…

      • Not So Serious

        Mantra** oops!

  • scouse ste

    being a born and bred scouser that was the most offensive shite i’ve had the misfortune of watching i knew mick abrahms as he attended the same drug rehab workshop that i worked at he was convinced the beatles were all witches and constantly listened on a walkman now the twist is and this is 100% true what he listened to was oasis and he was convinced they were telling him to kill a beatle now as for this moxwell fellah pronounced maxwell well if he worked for him you can slap my arse and call me rita

  • Liamymalone

    crap just crap , bad take on an old story ,

  • Otiscass

    i’m Canadian…and only an American would think an english /scouse accent sounds that way…someone watched yellow submarine a few times…and still screwed it up even more…btw i’m from Liverpool Nova Scotia Canada…lol…

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  • Anonymous

    How on earth can they get away with making doucmentary like this ???

  • Chris2802

    All been said: bad scouse impersonation, and obviously being read from a script. All the ‘clues’ were as revealed in the late 60’s ……… excellent marketing ploy or weird coincidences? Suffice to say, John is dead, George is dead, but Paul & Ringo LIVE!

  • Girl_interrupted69

    I found this kinda interesting even if a lot of it seemed like coincedental rubbish. The backwards playing of records to show sentences like Paul is dead etc was rather ridiculous I think. Half of them didn’t even sound like what they said they were. You can make any kind of sentences from playing vinyl backwards… I thought it was meant to be satan speaking to us not the Beatles informing us Paul is dead we burried him blah blah blah. All in all though the things to do with the album covers was rather interesting to me. Shocking impression of Georges accent though.

  • Giggles

    May I be the first to coin the phrase “Cockumentary”

  • ZERO

    Proper funny this one. Its not even a proper scouser doing the voice over. I had to watch it though.

  • Farmer

    Whoot a lood of boolocks!!!  Even more disappointing than the unfinished Ramones docu. also on Doc. Heaven. (Disappointing coz it’s incomplete not coz it’s crap like this one.)

  • Entertaining viewing regardless whether its true or not. I am guessing a lot of the people posting these comments hadn’t read the credits as the narration and voice over was done by some guy called Lance Lewman!

  • Fibonacci

    Sorry it does say narration and voice over editor! but even so I didn’t think for a second it was the voice of George Harrison which does make me think that if they really had these tapes they would of used some excerpts at least. Who knows but like i said i found it entertaining.

  • The Yank

    He loooved Paul-boo! Even this Yank could spot this bad accent, it sounds like me when I try to talk like a Beatle!  For someone who just got stabbed -he sure sounded eerily calm and collected.

  • Just Me

    So they replaced a band member, because the CIA were scared girls were going to start committing suicide, then spent the rest of their careers mourning him and putting messages and symbols everywhere? What a load of bollocks! And his accent it a joke.

  • LOVED this documentary so much I wrote a blog about it. 

    “George Harrison” is probably an impostor… but I could totally believe Faul is, too. 

  • brun

    that’s not george harrison’s voice

  • gook

    I am guessing a lot of the people posting these comments hadn’t read the
    credits as the narration and voice over was done by some guy
    called Lance Lewman! 

  • Noob

    kkk dude wearing modern sunnies ???? js

  • Skyefox

    A lot of this information can be researched. I saw a post somewhere that Paul’s parents couldn’t have been at the burial because his mother had already died. I looked up his Dad’s information and…voila…he remarried Angela Williams in 1964, two years before the date Paul allegedly died, so he did have living “parents”. And I have no doubt that his wife would have loved Paul, but even if she did not, and she loved her husband, she would have been at his side during such a tragedy. The one thing I really question is: if all of this material is a hoax, what is the purpose of perpetrating it? Now, I can see the purpose of hiding Paul’s death.  I don’t think girls would have committed suicide. I was one of those girls. I would have been saddened, but personally George Harrison was my pick.  I lived in this era: the ruling generation came up with some bizarre speculations to justify their efforts o suppress the young people of the time. Remember how they attacked hippies: those were just kids who were doing a 180 degree from the establishment. The media and those in power had a horrible and nasty way of attacking anything they didn’t like. When you look at the plethora of pictures and symbols on the albums themselves, read the lyrics, and listen to the music, it does all fit a pattern of grief and survivor’s guilt that is haunting. The entire world was shocked at the changes in the group after their initial couple of years of success. I remember all the criticisms of the men themselves and much of it was blamed on drugs, fame and wealth. As a fan, I certainly didn’t understand, although I could forgive and allow for the idea that fame had ruined them.  But what if it didn’t? What if they were involved in something so sinister that they could hardly bear it? Paul was their friend. Ahh. I could go on and on but the Beatles did not evolve in a positive way. It became more and more morbid. And it was the Beatles generating the massive amounts of materials, was it not? I can see the purpose if they were covering up Paul’s death…and grieving…and torn apart with guilt over all the lies…if you tell enough lies, eventually your truth will be completely disintegrated and then who are you anyway?  All four of them went undercover at the height of their fame.  It was like a big family feud at the time.  Except when they played music, you got the idea that they didn’t like each other anymore.  I never understood the relationship with Paul and Linda. They were never apart except the time he went to jail. On the outside they appeared to be the soul mates of all time with all the resources in the world to live a happy life. Yet…could she have been his jailor?  There is much to ponder here. And I also always wondered why Heather Mills was so vehement that she was going to “tell the truth” and ruin Paul.  That in itself makes me think maybe the fourth Beatle was a phony named “Faul” who wanted the fame, no matter what.  This documentary was real enough that I mourned Paul…and if it was phony, then people wake up, because that means media has the power to “fool even the elect if it was possible.”

    • Not So Serious

      Get a grip! Anyone living in this reality would instantly know that its all just a joke….

      Chill out.

      Repeat this mantra in the morning: IT WAS ONLY A JOE, IT WAS ONLY A JOKE…etc.

      • Not So Serious


    • alittleunwell

      The media has the power to “fool even the elect if it was possible”. …Seriously?! That comes from scripture. It’s given to Christians as a warning to not allow themselves to be deceived in the last days by the anti-Christ. The elect refers to God’s people…not fans of the Beatles.
      As for Paul and Linda, he loved her. I think it’s that simple and she loved him. They raised a beautiful and successful family that have all grown to be successful adults. I don’t think you can raise such a wonderful family when you’re being imprisoned by a your wife. They had a real and loving relationship. He was her soul mate and she his.
      As for Heather Mills, I think John Lennon said it best. “One thing you can’t hide is when you’re crippled inside”

  • Selina Turner

    Embarrassingly awful. In no way is that the type of recording a person would make, in a hospital bed, the day after being stabbed. It is a written narration , not an excited utterance or any attempt to protect oneself from the nasty MI5…there is no evidence of first person recollections…I just have to stop.  It was so bad, flawed and ridiculous. Nuff said.

  • Imaotinto

    Wouldn´t it be more credible if george harrison´s voice narrates de documentary?

  • burrowsgod

    hahahaha,that is a funny accent,as if someone botherd to make this.

  • Stephanie

    This is so stupid.

  • Alfie Strange

    No It’s true. I met George once at a party and commented on his strange accent: turns out in 1985 the ghost of Paul McCartney possessed a cough drop in the Harrison family medicine cabinet – which was consumed by the hapless George. Y’see Paul was unhappy that his death had been so obviously covered up and he chose to exact revenge on the former Beatles guitarist (and Liverpool native) by giving him an accent that would make anyone who had ever actually been to Liverpool want to curl up and cringe to death. Sad story really…

  • Joseph

    This is so bad it’s almost good. That is the worst Scouse accent I’ve ever heard. Moxwell?? Did he have a silver hammer?

  • SevenTwenty

    Laughable accent.
    Emm oyy fooive (MI5)
    and a story which is probably more laughable.

    ‘No one must find out so John decide to leave hints on all of our albums and in our songs’
    So bad its actually comedic.
    ..and very very bad photoshopping.

    must try harder.

  • roe

    I am shocked…
    Truly… shocked.
    Now, I know i’m one of the more gullible types on this planet, but this whole story just screams discomfort.
    If there is a devil, I bet he’s laughing in joy about this story.

    Could you imagine such a faith? Imagine you are the REAL Paul. His soul is forgotten. It’s replaced by an imposter. To me, it seems like a faith worse then death. That another person takes your places, effectivly banishing you to oblivion.

    I’m shocked! It’s up to Ringo now… Ringo should step up and blow the lit of this story. Ringo is the one that can salvage Pauls soul. It might be the most important thing.

    Ringo… For Paul…

  • Essex dog

    Only a bunch of fookin twats could have made up a rubbish like this.

  • Pete Best

    This would of been funnier if it were only 1/2 an hour long but the time labours the joke, I got bored after 20 mins (no I couldnt watch it all). The comments are funnier than the fake Docu and its amazing how people ignore the info in front of them, dumbly thinking its ‘Harrisons’ voice when it states quite clearly that it is narrated by a voiceover (as stupid as the overlong joke).

  • paul M

    Rita was Heather Mills? So Rita is a time Traveller!?
    Heather Anne Mills (born 12 January 1968)
    Pure and absolute fantasy almost worthy of an album in itself as told to me by one of the surviving 2

  • R Thomas

    My old man was a scouse though I didn’t grow up in England myself…point being, I’ve been listening to that accent since the day i was born…my dad, his siblings etc…and i can tell you for a fact: that is not George Harrison, simply because it’s a fake Liverpool accent. It’s wrong on so many words and their pronunciation. Good try folks, but no cigar this time.
    Oh, and as a final comment from someone who is a sound engineer, that “testament” was NOT recorded on one of those dinky little hand held recorders. It was recorded on something with a much broader frequency response; no doubt a professional studio microphone of some variety. Again, good try people but you screwed up on too many obvious levels to even get close to convincing me.

  • R Thomas

    Oh, I see, I’m now just reading some of the other comments and it seems that in the credits, they mention the voice over/naration as actually being done by someone other that G.H. It should be no surprise that few are watching this rubbish through to the end to even see the credits. Now that’s funny.
    But regarding my previous comment: told you so.

  • stan

    If you watch this documentary all the way through (and surprisingly its actually worth it) it displays some very thought provoking connections. When I started watching it all I could think was, “this right here is another bullshit crock of lies made by some suspicious power-point wielding nerd”. But I figured if they’d already gone this far with it in only 20 minutes, I wonder how far they go with the rest of it. Having seen all the points they present to you, I have to admit there’s something that doesn’t fit. Having Paul slip up and play guitar right handed, having George refer to him as Faul and looking at all the emphasis on Paul’s exclusion from the group is interesting.

    I don’t like that they never play anything from the tapes. But I could imagine someone piecing all of this together and needing something not only to tie it together but also to get people listening and making up the fantastic tale of a tape.
    All in all its worth a watch. It had me and my friend (very skeptical people) actually considering the idea of a fake Paul.

  • rukiddingme

    ARE YOU KIDDING ME!!!! I watched five minutes of this garbage and that guy on the tape DOES NOT sound like George Harrison. Totally stupid! Why would George send the tapes to a company that no one has ever heard of? Why wasn’t this on the news? I think this company is looking for some publicity

  • Scarpane

    This documentary played like a Bad TV movie.There are strange and quiet obvious references to Mcartney in songs and album covers.But lets look at some facts
    ;Heather mills is far to young to be the Rita in this fairy tale.She has a past life of prostitution and deception
    ;There are noticeable differences in facial features (ears etc)
    George does use the reference “Faul” in the last Australian interview,but this may be a insult.
    But for me the most compelling evidence is in the music McCartney has produced in his solo career..The best was band on the run were he exploited Denny lane.
    And I rest With the “frog Chorus”..
    I never liked McCartney and he never came across well in Modern interviews..He is a “sell out” …up until recently a recluse.He came out of retirement because of the support for him during the ugly divorce from Heather…(CRAZY!!!)
    Now he stands on stage and wobbles his head like a Beatles impersonator..Oh forgot he may be…This documentary for the most part is shit,but these kind of fakes can sometimes help to throw light these theories..
    Oh and for the record that is not a convincing “scouse” was the equivalent of dick van dykes in Mary Poppins…Not the best… a bit Nigel Tuffnell…

  • Faul

    This is not true!

  • Faul McCartney

    Don’t Believe Any Of This!!!!

  • Faul

    total rubbish

  • Faul

    total rubbish!

  • Lisa

    Ok, here’s one for you, Stella McCartney was born after Paul supposedly died, so she would have been fathered by Faul. So….how come she looks exactly like the real Paul? Just because he had reconstructive surgery doesn’t mean he would have different DNA, and she would not look like Paul McCartney. I think the clue things were probably worked into the album covers after the rumours started to create controversy, if in fact they were there at all, lots of them are very tenious.

  • Lisa

    Plus, what does MI5 care about girls committing suicide? They work in intelligence.

  • elboo

    What a load of crap, absolute nonsense, do yourself a favour and watch something else.

  • Fun Notnuts

    Wow.  Mind blowing to say the least and totally lines up with a pile of things.  Many dots connected.  Hard to argue with all of this.  The voice on the video is merely a man reading a script, it’s not the actual tape.  I think this was very well done, and very creepy.

  • Timo_643

    This is an obvious spoof.   I am from Liverpool and the voice sounds nothing like a genuine scouse accent and nothing like George Harrison.

    • Steph

      that’s because it is only a voiceover reading from a script not the actual tape.

  • Honkcat

    pure crap, I knew George and that’s not his voice, and he could barely speak the day after his stabbing. What idiots for putting something like this out.

  • Fluxx8878

    I don’t know how people can say this vid is hard to disprove… at the 25 minute mark it claims the fake Paul was right-handed, but it didn’t matter because they were only playing studio music at that point. They even show a pre-1966 image of Paul playing left handed, and another image of Paul in the studio, ostensibly playing as a rightie. However, I went ahead and looked up some Wings footage from 76. As you can see, he is clearly playing left-handed in 76. So much for the fake being a rightie…

    • TheMuppetsResponse

      Kurt Cobain was right handed as well. So guessing he’s a fake too?

  • Gloria Hazel Davenport

    Rubbish!!!  Bloody stupidity. It does not works far from a funny way to loose time!!! Manufactured on U.S.A.  land of fast food!!!

  • Mrmrmillsap

    this is insulting.

  • Stringbag

    I did find this clumsy hoax entertaining but that’s all it is, a hoax. The fact that they had people (including myself) thinking ‘eh up? That makes sense’ before correcting and chiding ourselves for being foolish.
    It’s here for pure entertainment, yes the accent is shite but it adds to the comedy

  • Paul!

    Not that I really feel like I need to discredit this video (I get that it was made and watched only for fun) but I thought maybe some people might find it interesting… if you are from Ontario (Canada) you’ll no doubt recognize the badge on Paul’s shoulder on the Sgt. Peppers insert. It does not say “O.P.D.” (As explained as meaning “Officially Pronounced Dead” in the video) but it says “O.P.P.” which stands for Ontario Provincial Police. As shown here:

  • JFairweather

    After the first three words it is starkly obvious that this is not the voice of George Harrison. Also, it is too well organized to have been impromptu. Further, the speaker is about as familiar with the Beatles as a college freshman writing his first research paper. This is just a way for the struggling media company to generate some face time. If it were well done, it would have been fun to watch, but it is total junk.

  • what complete shit considering paul’s mum mary died on halloween 1956 so how could she of been at her son’s supposed funeral in 1967. that’s a complete insult to pauls mum some greedy bastard trying to make cash

    • Kth

      Yeah. That “little error” jumped out at me.

  • really?

    Oh come on. Paul isn’t dead. He is one of the biggest suck ups to the Royals, Sir Paul etc. such a sell out and his music sucks. At least John and George did some cool stuff on their own. Paul, wants fame without Lennon he was just a mediocre writer and greedy too. If you saw the recent Martin Scorcese thing on Harrison, Living in the Material World, you can see how brilliant George really was and how Paul wanted to keep the song writing so he could profit most. Anyway, what does it matter anymore?

    • alittleunwell

      Yikes. I love Paul. I always loved his music the best. I don’t think any of the other guys came close to his work. It’s all a matter of opinion. I’ve seen him in concert several times and he’s an amazing performer. Very exciting to watch.

      You know what’s funny to me? Sometimes you hear people like you carry on about Paul being this or that and how he was jealous of the other guys but Julian Lennon will tell you the opposite. He’ll tell you his dad was an ass and Paul was really good to him and a good guy. Loo some of Julian’s videos up on YouTube and see for yourself.

  • I’m old enough to remember all the rumors back in the day. This was a clever account of all those rumors and “clues” I heard from the Beatles fans/conspiracy buffs back then. Glad to finally hear all of the backwards sounds I was told of but since I didn’t want to ruin any phonograph needles, I didn’t try to recreate them.

    It was a hoax then, and this is a clever and entertaining replay of those rumors. I’d like to hear the explanation of why they did it, such as perhaps the rumors started and they played it up. If they fessed up, I never heard it. If you are a Beatles fan in your later 50’s or more, I think you will like it.

  • synclaire

    I guess they transplanted his vocal cords too. And they gave him quick study in music composition, so much so that the songs sounded just like McCartney’s style of composition.
    Interesting view into an obsessed fan with nothing to do but think too much.

  • Not So Serious

    God! Everyone stop taking yourselves so seriously! Its supposed to be a joke and yes, it may not actually be funny and the accent may be the worst we have all ever heard but lighten up!!! I would love to know if Paul/Faul has actually seen this video: I bet he is pissing himself laughing, as I am, ESPECIALLY when the deranged Heather Mills popped up as Rita – Hilarious!

    Have to say though…if the Americans who made this had actually bothered to get a real Scouser instead of the fool pretending to be one it might have been slightly more convincing despite the many, many, many mistakes that even the lowliest Beatle fan could not fail to spot.

    All in all, well worth the watch just because of the insane connections that these crazy people have made. It must have taken a lot of time to go through every single thing in as much detail as they do which does explain the extreme repetitiveness of the documentary as a whole and is something I find unnecessary after the first few ‘decoded’ album covers.

    Its a laugh though 😉


    Not So Serious.

  • NO!!!! I AM The Walrus I am the Walrus. This is just hilarious stuff. The voice on the tape is the voice of Jack the Ripper himself James Maybrick LMAO. This film is comparibally as funny as ”Spinal Tap” there is literally a gaff a second with this man’s accent. Some are absolute classics. Especially when sees a ”Boodie with a decapootated head” Enjoy this classic before Apple corp do away with it forever

  • Daryl

    As ludicrous as the “George Harrison impromptu narration” is, I actually found myself hoping that the Faul story was true. It’s the only thing that would account for how a great talent could turn into a truly crappy solo act.

  • That accent is soooo bad. I’m going to keep watching for a giggle, though. Anyone who takes this seriously is a mentalist. Fact.

  • Moxwell

    It was entertaining if nothing else…the filmmakers have got quite an imagination, ill give them that….Was I the only one waiting for them to dissect the lyrics on “Maxwells Silver Hammer”? I thought for sure they would….

  • I don’t know if Paul is dead but the Last Testament of George was one of he most intriguing and entertaining docs I have ever seen FAKE OR NOT.

  • Florence

    I didn’t even watch the movie… I just had to comment. Lolololol! Suuuure Paul McCartney is dead, just like Elvis and Marilyn Monroe are really alive, right? And if people really wanted to take precaution to prevent mass suicides, they would’ve covered up Whitney Houston’s and Michael Jackson’s deaths too. Documentaries like this are so dumb and pointless. People need to get a life.

    • Yup, go to work to somebodys company. It’s the real life behind the millionaires!
      Truth is the truth, and nothing but. It’s a shame that people ignore the possibilities that lay upon investigation. You need to investigate to get a hinch from the true facts in any case. Not to presume anything.

      Im gonna watch this now, maybe not so seriously, but with an open mind.

  • Pete

    Leave your’s? What kind of illiteracy is that?

  • Pete

    As others have said, the guy doing GH’s voice has the worst possible scouse (Liverpool) accent. I would say he was from the south-east of England and about twenty years younger than GH was at the time of the attack.
    Hey Joel from Highway 61, did you know that the word ‘gullible’ has been removed from the dictionary?
    What next, a doc claiming George to be alive and flipping burgers in BF Alabama?

  • blu paws

    I. Think. My. Arse is on fire

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  • Prannock

    Amazing. I didn’t know that GH was a Brummie.

  • van win

    Why didn’t they get somebody to narrate who knew how to speak with a Liverpudlian accent?
    This false person sounds stupid.

  • Laurie Norton

    Why do people keep falling for this kind of garbage? I guess we just LOVE to think we know something most people don’t know. Please be wary of these kinds of conspiracy theories. (Among other things, they have led to the election of the most dangerous “president” we’ve ever had.)

    • Lee Shafer

      yes obama was the most dangerous president

      • Laurie Norton

        You should read up on the facts. The current occupant of the oval office is by far the most dangerous leader we’ve ever had. He constantly misleads the American people with his lies.

        • gf

          you are a lying sack of shit – now there’s a fact for ya

          • Laurie Norton

            Since you don’t know either me or the facts your comment is pretty unimpressive. Again, I urge you to read up on the facts. As an example, Trump said his new healthcare plan would cover everyone and lower costs. Had it passed, it would have denied healthcare to millions and raised the average premium by over 20% according to the Congressional Budget office (which is, by the way, headed by Republicans.)
            Your hero Trump is an ignorant, dishonest, self-centered, narcissist who can’t concentrate long enough to read a full page of text. As I said, you should read up on him and on the issues and learn the facts.
            (I won’t bother answering you again.)

      • Laurie Norton

        Trump said he would protect Medicare, Social Security, and Medicaid. Mark my words, he won’t! He said he would “drain the swamp,” instead he’s appointed six Goldman Sachs executives to his cabinet, most of whom are billionaires. He’s proven he would say ANYTHING to get his way. He is a lying sack of uninformed you know what with a thin skin and absolutely NO self control. People will come to regret having supported him.

  • Bryant Harrell

    You know there are 2 ways to consider this mockumentary……One is to consider it as just comedic nonsense. But, much of the clues were pretty compelling. George had a lot of success in the movie industry with Monty Python. He would know that he had to mix nonsense with truth to get it in the public eye. Of course it is not George as the narrator in the film. But, that does not mean that the film might contain a lot of truth mixed with foolish nonsense. I believe the powers that be use similar methods to expose certain truths to the masses. If it were just a joke, why would the prank have continued throughout all of the Beatles post 1966 work? It seems like an insane level of dedication to put that many mult layered clues within that many albums. I don’t know…It could have been a never ending laugh track for Lennon and McCartney.. But, I find it hard not to consider the old saying that” where there is smoke, there is fire” . What gives me pause more that anything are the physical changes that occurred in roughly a six month or so period in McCartney between 1966/1967.