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Published: 2013/10/02

Beatles Fans Get Reply From Paul McCartney Fifty Years Later

In 1963, Barbara Bezant and Lyn Phillips recorded a message to then Beatle Paul McCartney and sent the tape to a London theater where the band was playing. The tape, which ended up at a car boot sale in Great Yarmouth, was purchased by local historian David McDermott. Through a series of events, the two women were reunited recently and given a letter from their favorite Beatle 50 years later.

Although the women haven’t seen each other for 40 years, both still lived in Essex and were reunited recently to listen to the tape and also read the letter from Sir Paul. The note read: “Hi Linda and Barbara, thanks very much for your lovely tape. It finally got through, better late than never. Great to hear that you found each other after all these years. Keep enjoying the music. Love, Paul.”

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Clive Bigsby October 2, 2013, 19:36:23

Macca is the man!!!

Jeff October 2, 2013, 20:44:47

This happened in a Simpson’s episode, but with George and Marge.

Drewry October 3, 2013, 09:12:21

Yes, to quote the Simpsons version of George Harrison: “It’s been done”

dk70 October 3, 2013, 09:20:56

“The B Sharps” Rule! Rooftop jam @ Moe’s was the greatest.

Dean October 3, 2013, 10:50:19

Uh, oh. Only one letter? Who gets to keep it?

Simp Son October 3, 2013, 15:02:38

it wasnt George, it was Ringo, if I remember correctly.
Marge had a boner for Ringo
she used to paint him

Mr Random October 7, 2013, 11:03:22

I’d give it to these broads. Just trying to ease the pressure

Lyn Jeffries October 13, 2013, 10:08:22

beatles fans reunion , don’t know where you got the name Lyn Phillips from ….I am that Lyn and the surname is Jeffries ….....

Lyn Jeffries October 13, 2013, 10:12:41

Don’t know where they got the name Lyn Phillips from…..I am that Lyn and my surname is Jeffries ….please get your facts right

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