Are you a fan of conspiracy theories? You know, some strung out and lengthy piece of prose that denotes 'Person A' did something to 'Person B' using 'Item C'. Well, if you are, please be warned about this alternate 95 minute documentary made in 2011 about the 'The Beatles'. You might like it, Yeah-Yeah-Yeah! Or you may not.
Paul McCartney Really Is Dead: The Last Testament of George Harrison
Yet, it wasn't until a newspaper article published in Iowa -- on the 17th of September, 1969 -- plus a conversation between a Detroit disc jockey and one of his callers -- on the 12th of October, 1969 -- that thing got so muddled in the media, the Beatles then publicist, Derick Taylor, had to refute this allegation by releasing a statement to the international press.
Now just to stick the final nail in this film, what now follows are a number of factual errors I come across whilst watching it. (1) Although 'George' stated that he kept a high profile after the Beatles broke-up, the video clip used for this film was taken from a television show he was in two years before the split. (2) Heather Mills was born in 1968, so it was impossible for her to have been in the same car as Paul when he 'died' in 1966. (3) '