The Beatles Never Existed: Your New Favorite Conspiracy Website

December 5, 2014 | Rhett Jones

The new conspiracy theory site thebeatlesneverexisted.com hedges its official title a bit once you click through. Technically its claiming that “The Beatles (as they were presented to us) Never Existed.” The first line makes it clear that these people really believe that something fishy went down with the beloved fab four:

This is a serious subject, not a joke, and this site is here to expose the actions of those who exploited these young men and defrauded us their fans … The purpose of this site is to present evidence that the Beatles were always sets of multiples since their inception, and were not just four individual young men “from Liverpool”, as we’ve been led to believe.

With a beautiful Geocities-style layout, the forum attempts to prove that different people played the Beatles over the years. The evidence involves four topics: Height Discrepancies, Different Eyebrows, Fake Ears, and Changing Teeth.

As of the moment, only the “Height” and “Eyebrow” sections have been filled in, with the rest marked as “coming soon.” Until the remaining sections are updated, there’s plenty of educational material in the forums where all are welcome to join the conversation. As an example, one participant in the forum explains why multiple Beatles would be used:

To maximize the prominent figure’s appeal to a world-wide audience. Different regions have different specific physical features that they prefer. Also, individuals have their own set of features that they favor.
In the possible case of a person being cloned, and the clones are only 95-99% similar, there will be varying features among that cast of multiples. Then the ‘handlers’ can send certain ones to certain areas where they will appeal to the general tastes there. They then can also rotate the differing Beatles in and out of the public spotlight so that each one will get enough exposure to appeal to each person’s individual preferences.

The cited percentage of similarity between clones is fairly specific, so it seems researched enough for us. If you’d like to join in that conversation (or just realize that you’ve been living in the land of blind sheeple), you can go here and get yourself some knowledge. WAKE UP!!!!

(Photo: Wikipedia)