James Paul McCartney
A tribute to
The Greatest Genius of 20th century music
| Here finally is the definitive proof
that the man you saw on the first page and the man you saw on the second
cannot possibly be the same person. (THIS PAGE WILL
PROBABLY TAKE A FEW MINUTES TO LOAD, SO HANG IN THERE!) We've
already seen how stunningly accurate a photographic facial comparison is;
a persons core features: distance between the ears, chin line, nose length
and shape and outline of the skull do not change by any significant degree
from the mid-twenties until the day of one's death; any first year biology
student can tell you this. |
Baring this in mind, let us take the last official photo of Paul McCartney from early 1966, and compare it with the first official photos of him from early 1967. With only nine months between them these pictures should be a perfect spot-on match.
Quickly, before we compare the pre and post 1966 pictures, let's review the previous comparisons and re-establish just how perfectly these photos SHOULD match, considering that they are looking straight into the camera in both of them:
Now here we go, watch the
ears, nose and chin closely closely:
These chnages cannot be the result of a change in angle, or of lens distortion. We have already checked these photos against numerous others which are from different distances from the lens and different areas of the lens, so any significant lens distortion should have shown up in the previous comparisons. All the other comparisons up until this point have been absolutely conclusive spot-on matches, even when taken from very different angles judged by the height of the ears.
Here is what has to be the result of comparing two genuine vintage photos of the same subject (James Paul McCartney)
These comparisons are conclusive evidence, but if we are to be thorough, we must explore all the other areas of physical evidence.
Before we move on, let's look quickly at some more pictures of pre-67 Paul (on the left) and post-67 "Paul" (on the right):
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"Part 4 of Facial Comparison: Head Size and Shape.
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