Hello! Long time lurker here, but have never posted before. I've followed PID for about 20 years now.
I've recently read a theory that Paul was the grandson of Maria Romanov. According to the theory, Jim McCartney was not Paul's bio father. Paul was the product of a relationship that Mary McCartney had with someone else--this someone being Maria Romanov's secret son. This child was born around 1916, before Maria was killed with her family in 1918. Her son was smuggled out of Russia and the whole affair kept secret. Insane stuff! Might it all have something to do with Paul's death (if he died)?
I could have sworn I'd heard the this theory before, back in the early 2000s.
Does anyone here have any further info on this theory?
Last Edit: Oct 29, 2017 10:36:15 GMT -5 by unclebob
I read about this on YouTube on some random Romanov video. I can't seem to find the comment now , perhaps it was deleted. It contained a little more detail about the father of Maria's child. They claimed it was Lord Mountbatten I think. Being a bit of a Romanov buff, I'd known that he had a thing for Maria. But it never went anywhere-- at least that's what "official" history tells us. Who knows. Stranger things have happened. Maybe Maria did have a secret child. But I seriously doubt Paul was her grandson.
I think this was made up by someone with too much time on his/her hands (like many other PID theories incidentally).
Same facial structure, eyebrows and mouth. Yep, Paulie was Jim's
"I'm Not in Love" is a song written by Eric Stewart and Graham Gouldman of the English group 10cc, from the album The Original Soundtrack. The lyric reveals a narrator in denial about the title's ostensible theme. The song on the b-side "Good News" also appeared as a bonus track on the Japanese version of the album.
Yes, a bit of a diversion, but seeing the tagline, I had to respond.
Fohn (Charlie Brill?) says to Little Nichola, "Five little thingyy birds stiing on your head, one name CHARLIE and one named Fred (Alfred Lennon?), whoops Charlie whoops Charlie whoops Charlie Charlie Charlie ......." This is at 5:22 and follows the "I Am The Walrus" bus-train of clone-egg-men-white-medical-garb- egghead--Hitlerclone-policemen-beath the giant egg with Hitler face in the sky sequence:
Something else I've been noticing in MMT is a Russian sub-theme. The "Little Nichola" girl character suggests the Romanov family of the last czar Nicholas and his children (such as Anastasia and child Nicholas).
At 9:56 we see a train of sailors, men and women, humming the Song of the Volga Boatmen, pouring glasses of fresh milk from a stuffed, reddish-brown cow, at night, beneath a small tree. Lennon (Fohn Fennon) as the Italian waiter "Pirandello" also looks like William Patrick Hitler (see other posts in this thread), who served in the US Navy in WWII and after, and then did some unkown type of blood research for the US military, living on Long Island.
Is that a Holstein cow? This could be another clue, since Russia's Romanovs were from the Danish family of Schleswig-Holstein, and shared relatives from this line with the British royals.
EDIT: Interesting ---Found this about the sister of the last reigning Czar, Nicholas II, Duchess Olga Alexandrovna:
"After the downfall of the Romanovs (in 1917), she, her mother, and other relatives, were imprisoned in the Crimea. During a political upheaval within the ad interim, revolutionary government, the remaining family escaped to Copenhagen, Denmark. Upon the death of her mother in 1928, the Grand Duchess and her second husband, Nikolai Kulikovsky, moved to a farm near Copenhagen. During the spring of 1948, the family emigrated to Canada settling on a dairy farm in rural Campbellville, Ontario. Some years later they moved to the town of Cooksville near Toronto. [This is near the MI6/US/Canada "Camp X" that SunKing was talking about. Also suggests "William Campbell"---beatlies]
"It's on Amerika's tortured brow That Mickey Mouse has grown up a cow"
---David Bowie "Life on Mars"
EDIT: Found this in a short web biography of Olga Alexandrovna: It's significant that she had some medical training/skills and was familiar with that environment:
"At the hospital [in Russia], she [Sister of Czar Nicholas, the Duchess Olga Alexandrovna] learned how to administer medical treatment and proper care of the ill from the local doctor. Through further medical training, the Grand Duchess was able to become a nurse, a capability which would later in life be extremely valuable ....."