Paul Might Be Dead, But The Clues Are Going Live!


The Paul McCartney Death Clues has consistently been one of the most-visited sections within my strange and spooky world. At first glance, that might seem odd for a web site that’s primarily focused on ghosts. But I think it just goes to show that, regardless of whether you’re talking about ghosts, monsters, UFOs, or the idea that Paul McCartney was killed in a car crash and replaced by a look-alike, people just like weird stuff. And the weirder, the better.

So many clues for just one album cover. You should buy your own copy and see if you can find them all!

Anyway, long before this blog existed, any time I felt the need to whip out all my PID (“Paul Is Dead” for those of you who have just fallen down this particular rabbit hole) materials (and boy, do I have more than my fair share of it), the thing I would hear most often was “man, you need to some sort of presentation where people can come to see and hear all this stuff”. Well, that time has finally come.

On Wednesday evening, April 17th, beginning at 5:30 pm, I will be given a special presentation at the Jackson City Library in Jackson, Ohio:

I buried Paul: An In-Depth Examination of the Paul McCartney Death Clues.

This is going to be a multi-media presentation where I bring out all my records, newspaper clippings, and tons of audio, and we’ll all roll up our sleeves and attempt to get to the bottom of this whole PID mystery.

Starting with how the legend got started and who might have been responsible, we’ll take a magical mystery tour through all the Beatles’ albums (and their clues) associated with the legend. And yes, we’ll be playing some records backwards, too.

Is this the real Paul…or the man who replaced him? (from the White Album poster insert)

For me, this is going to be a truly memorable evening if for no other reason than we’re all going to be gathered together, looking and listening for clues—pretty much what everyone was doing back in the late 1960s when this bizarre legend first broke. How cool is that?

This presentation is free and open to the general public. Seating will be on a first-come, first-seated basis and there is currently no need to pre-register. But keep an eye on this blog and I will post any additional information if it becomes available.

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