Sunday, December 4, 2016

The Walrus is Faul


The Walrus is Faul

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This story was submitted by a woman who wishes to use a nom de plume. She asserts this is a true story encounter with Faul McCartney.

My tale begins on February 21, 2012 at Disney World during Daytona Week. Tons of celebrities were there. I have done three "Disney college programs," a paid internship and all that jazz. During the time in question, I was working in entertainment as a "friend of Disney characters," i.e. a cast member who works dressing up as a character. 

The rumor going around was that "Paul McCartney" (Faul) was hanging around the Magic Kingdom (Nancy was not with him that day). Faul visited the UK Pavillon inside the Epcot Theme Park, where I was working in character. I noticed how he acted godly, holier than thou, and expected the very best from everyone as though he automatically deserved it. "What a dick!" I thought to myself. By then, I knew quite a bit about PID [Paul is Dead]. I noticed that Faul was very tall and skinny. He also had very green eyes, not brown like Paul's were.

The character meet and greet protocol is to say "Hi" to the guest, chat a bit, and then say "goodbye" to them. When Faul came up to me, he expected me to know who he was. When I pretended that I did not, he said "Everyone knows me. I'm Paul McCartney." That was my cue. I decided to question whatever came out of his mouth. For example, he said he used to be in a band with some friends, so I said "The 3 Caballeros?" Faul was not amused at my games.

Faul and I interacted briefly onstage. I was on duty as "Alice in Wonderland." Faul mentioned that "Alice in Wonderland" was his favorite book of all time. He even had some stone statues of characters from the book in his garden. The Walrus was his favorite character. 

Faul asked me, "Alice," who she thought the Walrus was. We cast members are trained to preserve the Disney magic by never going out of character; we only know and talk about our Disney area. I replied, "The walrus was the walrus." 

Faul responded, "No, I am the Walrus. My friend, John, used to say that. I like the Walrus because I see myself in him, how he fools people, how he fooled the innocent oysters in order to eat them."

Faul had access to go backstage, which he did. He asked one of my managers if he could meet me. He said he liked how I was able to stay in character all of the time. I agreed to chat one on one with him. Big mistake.

I was still in my costume when Faul made some crude sexual comments about my body. He  also said that I was "hot." When I greeted him, he wanted to hug and kiss me. He even tried to force himself on me. A friend of mine has claimed that Faul tried to molest her. He acts very differently in private than he does in public.

During this encounter, Faul ranted and raved. Strangely, he referred to himself in the third person. He hinted that maybe he was not who people think he is, maybe he was like Mickey Mouse, and maybe he is everywhere.

I told Faul right to his face that, perhaps all of this time, people had been asking the wrong question. Instead of asking "Is he alive?" (of course he is because he is breathing), they should have been asking, "Are you Paul McCartney?"

Faul glared at me and asked what I thought. I said, "No, I do not think you are James Paul McCartney." 

Faul said that, even if I know what is going on, no one would ever believe me because I am just a simple woman, and he is who he is. No one questions him, ever. Faul said I had a lot of nerve for questioning him. He told me I was a total bitch and that he was going to report me to a supervisor. I told him that he was going to hell.

"Hell is here in the everyday life," Faul replied. He also made a weird comment that Paul was "The Fool on the Hill," but he did not elaborate on what he meant by that. (Is that song a clue song? Is Paul buried in the hills somewhere?) Faul also threatened me, saying that "bad times come to those who know a lot."

Faul did report me. He claimed that I was not professional, and that Disney should hire better people. My managers gave me a verbal warning because Faul looked very upset about our encounter. Faul wanted Disney to deport me back to my homeland, make me lose my working visa and all. That would have appeased him. Luckily, my managers had my back and nothing truly bad came my way. However, the whole episode was so upsetting that I decided to go to therapy for a while.

Two of my managers told me that a bunch of people in showbiz are in the know, but it is not in their best interest to expose Faul as the fraud that he is. Bad times come to those who know a lot...


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Saturday, December 3, 2016

Beatles, Pink Floyd Similarities and the PID Connection by Andy Winfrey


Beatles, Pink Floyd Similarities, and the PID Connection 

By Andy Winfrey 

Everything in this article operates on the assumption that PID [Paul is Dead], and that the popular theory in regards is correct. I will not rehash all of that here. It is available in a million blogs and can easily be accessed with a Google search.

Anyone who was there at the time or grew up later in the 70’s or 80’s would have no problem recognizing the basic similarities and sounds coming from Pink Floyd and the Beatles. From Roger Waters multiple nods to Paul McCartney on the bass, to the Beatles post Sgt. Pepper output, which owed more than just a nod to the Floyd. In particular, “What’s the New Mary” comes to mind as a glaring example of Floyd’s influence on the Beatles, and could have been written by Syd Barrett himself. It’s also intriguing that Faul is reported in multiple sources to have visited the recording sessions for Floyd’s debut, “Piper at the Gates of Dawn”, that was being recorded in the same studio as the Beatles, as they were finishing up Sgt. Pepper. 

Outside of the above mentioned examples, I never really gave Beatles/Floyd any other thought. There was just really nothing there to think about, or so I thought until I made a fairly startling discovery that made me think otherwise, and brought out a couple of other weird similarities that just add more to the whole bizarreness that is PID. 

For those well versed in PID, you will be very aware of the section in Revolution No.9 where you can hear someone scream, "let me out." It’s heavily associated with the car crash theme that is inundated throughout Beatles official releases of film and music, and is the widely accepted version of how JPM [James Paul McCartney] died. 

The Beatles Revolution #9 REVERSED!!!


Well, one day while listening to PATGOD, my favorite Floyd album, I heard this same voice saying the same thing. I couldn’t believe it. I reviewed it many times and came to the conclusion that, yup, that’s it. The name of the song is, “Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk” and the voice can be heard @ 2:09. 



Curiously enough, this is the only song accredited solely to Roger Waters, and the only one with no credit to Barrett. 

So, now we have this bizarre Beatles' thing inserted into a Floyd song. Why? I really don’t know, but I do have Faul, the King of Cosmania, showing up over at the Floyd recording session. I do have on record Lennon and Harrison obviously digging Barrett, and copying him with a song they advocated putting on an album, but Faul shut it down. So, at this point, it’s getting fairly weird, which naturally brings us to Barrett. 

What exactly happened to Barrett? We all know the official story that Syd took too much LSD and went crazy, forcing his removal from the band. Okay, that is the official nutshell, but the official accounts don’t really show that. 

Syd, by all accounts, was a super talented, charismatic guy who was on his way to super stardom. His songs were great; he was a fantastic lead guitarist with a really unique style. No doubt he was a star and could have been just as big without Floyd. On record, the Producer of PATGOD wanted to replace Syd with David Gilmour, and as reported, this was well before Syd showed signs of trouble. In the interview, he simply said Barrett was uncompromising and wanted everything his way. This is odd having Gilmour lurking in the corner that early given how events unfolded. So, is it possible Barrett wasn’t down for some nefarious lesser magick being inserted into his songs stemming from the murder of Paul? Conjecture I know, but not soon afterwards, Barrett was being fed tons of LSD in his tea (John and George got the same) which leads to some episodes. But even after that, Barrett put out two great Pink Floyd songs, "Scream Thy Last Scream" and "Vegetable Man" should have landed on their boring second album, which tried to reemulate Syd. So the whole Syd had to go thing is a little suspect. A profit driven record company would have really nurtured Syd's solo work, which was good, but could have been great with the right production. 

So, was Syd taken out because he wasn’t down with the dark side? Did Faul have him taken out because of jealousy? Maybe, maybe not, but there seems to be a whole lot of weird, which goes hand in hand with anything Faul touches. 

Now we have some deeper similarities between the two bands that I could never have put together before: They both have a voice screaming, “Let me out!” on their albums. An even weirder synchronicity is they both have founding members of their bands being replaced by someone “waiting in the wings” to do so. They also both went on to score huge record setting albums whose themes and lyrics revolved around the condition and circumstance of those replacements. 

Is this whole killing someone physically or mentally as some type of sacrifice the way you sell albums? Do you talk about it all the time in song, verse, and interview to reinforce the spell? I don’t know, but if I ever meet Faul, I think I’ll just straight up ask him.

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