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Beatles Royal Albert Hall Letters

 

Letters found in the archives at the Royal Albert Hall complaining about lyrics in the song "A Day In The Life."

iRumorMill.com Determination:  Hoax

The Beatles - Royal ALbert Hall

Letters were found in the archives at the Royal Albert Hall, according to a September 1, 2015 article by the Union Jack. 

A story about the correspondence along with scans of the photos were also posted on April 1, 2015 on the official website of the Royal Albert Hall.

Union Jack columnist Richard Lamberth dug a little further and uncovered that the correspondence to Beatles manager Brian Epstein was an "ellaborate hoax." "Possibly the biggest giveaway," wrote Lamberth, " is that the CEO's name is an anagram for 'April Fool.'"

In 1967 the Beatles release an album called "Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band." In it, a song called "A Day In The Life," with lyrics about the Royal Albert Hall:

I read the news today oh boy 
Four thousand holes in Blackburn, Lancashire 
And though the holes were rather small 
They had to count them all 
Now they know how many holes it takes to fill the Albert Hall
Id love to turn you on

 

The letter from Ernest O' Follipar:

Royal Albert Hall Letter to Beatles

 

John Lennon's witty response found posted on the website of the Royal Albert Hall.

John Lennon's Response

Posted 09/01/15

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