FROM Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
3. A toy Aston Martin is pictured on the lap of the rag doll on the cover. Legend has it that Paul died in the Aston Martin.
4. The Lonely Hearts that appears on The Bass Drum, can be looked at as “I ONE IX HE DIE.” If the one is 11 and the Ix is the Roman numeral 9, this might be decoded to mean “11 9 HE DIE,” November 9, HE DIE.
5. The hand on the cover of Sgt. Pepper, over Paul’s head, a mystic symbol for death.
6. Paul is wearing an arm patch, located on the rear cover. OPD is British Police jargon for Officially Pronounced Dead. Some say it stands for OPP, Ontario Provincial Police. What do you think?
From The Magical Mystery Tour
7. If the Beatles is viewed in a mirror or upside down, they form a phone number. If called, someone answers and provided another clue. Some said that William Campbell would answer the phone. A legend circulated that a student dialed this number and the voice on the other end, quizzed him about the Beatles. This student answered all of the questions and won a trip to Pepperland. He received a letter and was asked to lick the stamp on the envelope. When he did so, he experienced a LSD trip and jumped out a window to his death (A little far fetched.)
8. That’s Paul in The Walrus suit on the cover. Walrus means corpse in Greek.
9. The song “I Am The Walrus,” was about Paul’s death. The lyrics “Stupid Bloody Tuesday,” the last time Paul was alive. The Eggman refers to Humpty Dumpty. Humpty cracked his head open, as Paul did.
10. At the end of
11. One of the posters inside the gatefold cover, shows Paul
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the song contains the lyric, “looking through the glass onion.” This was British slang for handle of a casket. Caskets in 19th century had glass handles. Paul is looking through a glass onion, because he was in a casket.