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Is Paul McCartney dead?

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He's alive and kicking. The hoax about his death in a 1966 car crash and his replacement as a member of The Beatles by a double is, in my humble opinion, the greatest "conspiracy theory" in modern music. So much has been said about it in the past 40 years, and I think it would be best to send you to

this Wikipedia entry about the hoax, which will give you the full details.
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