The assassination of John Lennon – on December 8 1980 – was one of the most poorly investigated homicides of the 20th century. An excellent summary of the numerous anomalies.
The Ballad of John and Yoko, released as a single with “Old Brown Shoe” on the B Side was a Beatles hit in 1969. It never made any official album, but was used in several compilation albums post-breakup. The lyrics take us on a ride through John and Yoko’s struggle to get married. Which they eventually did on the Spring Equinox, March 20th, 1969. Might this be yet another “clue” inserted into John Lennon’s music and artforms foreshadowing his death?
They’re going to crucify me
TheNumberNineBlog has touched on John Lennon’s mysterious, sometimes alarming premonitions in past articles. I think it is high time to discuss the high strangeness revolving around his death, and the implications of what an alternative perspective might contain. This December 8th, 2016 will be the 36th anniversary of John Lennon’s death. The crime that was never fully investigated, I personally feel that many fans do…
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