Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Paul McCartney comparisons and composites

I always thought those two had different hair textures. (Doesn't darkened shoe-polish hair mean it's Faul?)
Here you can see the Paul on the left has a lower left eye. And the Paul on the right has eyes that are much more level.

Image on left from HDN album, image on right from vintage mag: 
http://jojoplace.org/Shoebox/James_Paul_McCartney.org/thumbaa.jpg

Notice how the left eyes and left eyebrow don't line up (he could be raising the eyebrow). Everything else is spot on.


Except the Paul on the right also doesn't seem to have the crows-feet. But it could be the photo is too washed out. (Some Pauls have them, some don't).

Photo on left from AHDN album cover.


The 'forensic scientists' say the jawlines of these two Pauls match, but did they notice the glaringly different eyebrows?

Are those even the same noses, mouths, ears and chin clefts? And why did they use such a poorly lit photo for their 'sceintific' research?
Sure, the Wired article does an alright job of showing us that there were TWO Pauls, but that is just one small part of a much bigger picture. I would like to see them analyze several photos from the Beatlemania era, comparing them all with each other. And likewise with post-66 photos.
I'd also like to see them explain the uncanny resemblances between them all.


Here's a Paul from 1964 that matches one of the Pauls in the Sgt. Pepper photo shoot pretty well.

^These two guys are strikingly similar, imo. Though the left eye doesn't wander quite as much with the younger one.

It seems these two may be the same person, but the left eye is a little unfocused, the left nostril is higher, the bottom lip dips to the left, front teeth angle to the right and the left chin muscle pulls more. Things you probably couldn't get with surgery. Looks like same chin scars/dimples, too. It's a perfect match, except for maybe the eyebrows and cheeks? Please, Please pass the Pepper!


Pretty dang close. Different chins and eyebrows. Some might cry "doctored", but if they're gonna doctor these photos why not make them 100% similar. These 98% similar comps only show that there were multiples.


Even the same bulbous cranium. And again; notice the wandering left eye, higher left nostril, lower lip dipping to the left, front teeth angled right etc. If this isn't the same person it's a clone. Surgery can't do all that for every look-alike/stand-in.

These Pauls are 98% similar. I did eye angle comparisons. Why not 100%? Created via a technology the public is unaware of?


I compared all of their eye angles to Pepper Paul. I will hold off posting all the comps for space's sake. 

But I will post the ones that line up every time... This guy.





^the only difference between these guys are slight variations in the eye brows. Even the vibe/demeanor is practically the same. These comps ring clear.


Some people say the image of Paul in the Sgt. Pepper cover is a composite. if so, why did they part his hair on the right instead of the left? And why would they need to put the mustache on? And you'd think they'd fix that wandering eye.

these eye angles don't match



But these eye angles do match.



vintage scans: http://jojoplace.org/Shoebox/James_Paul_McCartney.org/beautifulPaul2.jpg



These two have the same size head. And see how well everything else lines up?

as seen on the front of the old PID/MH forum to Illustrate the "glaring differences between Paul and Faul". (which has been set to private)


Strikingly similar, except for the left eye.


But here the eyes line up perfectly. Same head size, too.


Notice how all of the Pauls in these comps are about 98% similar. I've noticed you can take any two photos any P/Fauls from any era, and they will match up about 98% similar. Which is both the problem and the solution to this whole thing.

Whatever is going on, they are too close to be look-alikes and too different to be the same guy. 
Created via a technology that the unknown to the public?

Monday, April 9, 2012

John Lennon comparisons and composites

John from The White Album 1968, compared with John from With The Beatles 1963.

Biggest discrepencies I see are his lips - curved then straight. And the space between his eyes - big difference. Mouth and nose are pretty much the same width, but not space between eyes.


Here we have John from the White album 1968 and John from HDN 1964.


'68 John's eyes are mostly level, while '64 John's left eye is considerably lower, and his nose is a bit wider. Different chins, too.

Here I lined up the his eyes, now his nose and mouth don't line up.



Here we have John from HDN and John from How I won the War.

HDN John has a lower left eye. War John's eyes are a bit more level. Much like the above comparison.

Here we have John from Imagine and John from the mid-70s.

The eyes line up really well, and they are also quite level. But the space between them is drastically different. Imagine John has a longer face. take a look at those completely different noses!

I may have finally actually found a match! HDN and Pepper John. The noses might be a little different, but look at the eye angle! As I noticed earlier, HDN John has a lower left eye. They both have thick lower lips and ears & eyebrows seem perfect, too.


Granted, many believe the Pauls in the Pepper cover photos were doctored before the release of the album. Therefore, they might have doctored John's photo here.



3 John's from '63-64.
Here we have WTB John and HDN John. About a year apart. Close, but pupils don't line up and distance between is off.


WTB John and BFS John. Really close, but again, eyes are off. camera angle, perhaps?


Their jaws and chins are a different shape, and the one in the middle has fuller lips and his nostrils are more level.


Now HDN John and BFS John. I thought this one was going to be another Hard Sale. Yet, same time frame - same John pretty much. Earlier I noticed it seems HDN John and Pepper John are the same person.



Here we have awkward photo shoot John seen in the early 1960s and again around late-67 early-68


Everything lines up perfectly

Here's awkward John and HDN John, who earlier matched up with Pepper John.

No match. Pupils don't line up. Nose, not even close. So, now we've established there were at least 3 Johns as far back as 1963 (WTB John doesn't match HDN John).

Somebody in another forum claims these are the same person, so I did a comp.


Eye and nose distance are different. Nose to chin length different. Many other minor differences.

Here's the same John from 1962 with another '70s John, which looks to be in the same time frame as the previous '70s John.


Noses are a little different. Older John has a longer face. Eyes are a little off, too. But it's too hard to point out with such a small file. Teeth are almost the same, though......

Here's the two '70s Johns together.
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Pupils don't line up. Noses and chin length a little different. Teeth are pretty much the same, though...



These two are obviously different, right? Their right eyes don't match up and noses are way different. HDN John has the super high-up right eye.


Here's John from the 1965 Umbrella group shoot. He doesn't match up with this John.


Eye distances and nose width don't match. Oddly enough B&W has wider eyes, Pink has wider nose.

On another forum it was pointed out that John's nose looks different when he smiles, I hadn't taken the time to research that yet. That is very important for us to know.
The same person also told me HDN John is the same as this John, so I went and did a comparison. (I had to shrink it a bit to make composites.)


Their noses are the same width, but the space between their eyes' aren't. Everything else is 99% the same. Even the pupils line up very close. I don't know if that's enough to say it's a different person, but it's something to think about. Eyeballing isn't enough sometimes. Get out that protractor.

Ringo discrepancies

Ringo commonly has a lower right eye. I also noticed that, much like Pual’s left eye, Ringo’s right eye is (usually) somewhat caved in, or recessed.




Here, even though most have the recessed right eye, these are Ringos with level eyes. The tear ducts and pupils line up perfectly.


And here’s some Ringos with lower left eyes.


Notice there are different Ringos with different kinds of eyes throughout the entire Beatles era, and some of these are from the ‘70s, too. I'm also noticing differing angles to the eyes.
Also notice the differing left eyebrows, and whatever else you might notice that is different. Yet, the teeth are always the same, just like with the other three Beatles.


Are these possible all the same Ringo? This one seems to have the least fake smile of all the Ringos. Same eyebrow and lower left eye at least.
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The ones on the far right and left, most likely the same, for sure.


Here Ringo seems to be wearing a Lee press-on ear, too.
See the excess plastic by his sideburn. This is at the Sept. 1966 Melody Taker Award ceremony.

It looks like he has a new ear growing in next to his old ear. Maybe the Beatles' ears molt, like bird feathers or snake skin :P
These are two different ears. Big difference in lobe thickness, for one.


And see the weird ear on Ringo during the And I Love Her interlude in the AHDN film.


And then there’s this odd-ball Ringo from the Beatles second appearance on the Ed Sullivan show. Everything seems wrong with this Ringo, particularly the fake-looking ears.




I haven't made any Ringo comps yet, but I have noticed sometimes Ringo has a thin tapered left eyebrow.


And sometimes it’s full.


If he plucked, why did he forget half the time? And why would he pluck them to look so weird? It's almost like they were put on backwards.


Sometimes Ringo has a really long neck.



And sometimes he has a Really, really long neck.


Here's one of the few photos of Ringo with a normal neck.
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