Sunday, September 20, 2009

Dying the Bea†les Legend: Mal Evans' suspicious death (updated)



Paul McCartney with Mal Evans (left); Faul on the right.

Mal Evans was a long time friend of the Beatles. He was shot and killed by police one week before he was to take his tell-all book about the Beatles to the publishers. The suitcase he had with him containing Beatles material was "lost" during the investigation. Quite coincidentally, so were his ashes. Sadly, my Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request asking for information about Mal Evans' suspicious death was denied.
Malcolm 'Mal' Evans (b. Malcolm Frederick Evans, 27 May 1935, d. 5 January 1976) is best known as the road manager, assistant, and a friend ofThe Beatles: John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr...

Evans was shot and killed by the police on 5 January 1976, in his rented duplex at 8122 W. 4th Street in Los Angeles.[50] The officers mistakenly believed that the air pistol Evans was holding was a rifle. Before his death Evans was working on a book of memoirs called Living The Beatles' Legend, which he was supposed to deliver to publishers Grosset and Dunlap on 12 January 1976... 
 

On the night of Evans' death he was so despondent that Fran Hughes phoned his collaborator on his book, John Hoernie, and asked him to visit them. Hoernie saw Evans "really doped-up and groggy", and Evans told Hoernie to make sure that he finished Living The Beatles' Legend.[1]...

Evans was cremated on 7 January 1976 in Los Angeles... Evans' ashes were sent by post back to England, but were misplaced and lost in the postal system...

A suitcase that Evans was carrying at the time of his death, which was supposed to contain unreleased recordings, photos and other memorabilia, was lost by the police during the investigation and became known as the lost "Mal Evans Archive"...


...In the 10 years he spent as their road manager, Mal was blessed with a greater insight than most into the group's spectacular rise, their domination of pop in the middle years, and their painful implosion in a welter of recriminations. Throughout the decade, he kept a series of diaries and wrote an unpublished autobiography; all of this has until now remained unseen, part of an archive that went missing when Mal himself died in bizarre circumstances in 1976.

For many years, an ever-growing number of Beatles historians have regarded the Mal Evans archive as the holy grail. Last year, rumours surfaced that it had turned up in a suitcase in a Sydney street market (not true) and that it contained outtakes of unreleased Beatles songs (ditto)....http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/article424674.ece
Only excerpts of the book have been published (2005). [“Mal Evans,” http://www.reference.com/browse/Mal_Evans]

Mal went to Kenya with Faul in November 1966, by the way, another "interesting" story. Mal recounted a story in his diaries in which he want to Nice, France in which "Paul" left without his passport & wasn't recognized at a night club: McCartney “sailed through immigration with no passport, but they were refused entry to the hotel restaurant because they didn't look the part."
[Edmonds, Mark, “Here, there and everywhere,” London: The Times, March 20, 2005, p. 3].
After the Magical Mystery Tour recordings, Evans flew to Nice with McCartney to film The Fool on the Hill film clip, although McCartney had set off without luggage or a passport.[30] McCartney got past customs by saying “You know who I am”, but he and Evans were not allowed into the hotel restaurant in Nice because they, “didn't look the part”, and had to eat dinner in Evans’ room.[30] Because the money they had with them had been spent on clothes, and NEMS was supposed to send them more, they arranged for credit over two nights in a nightclub: "We took advantage of our credit standing, as money had still not arrived from England. News about Paul's [McCartney] visit to the club the previous night had spread, and the place was jammed. Now Paul, being a generous sort of person, had built up quite a bar bill, when the real manager of the club arrived demanding that we pay immediately. On explaining who Paul was and what had happened, he answered, 'You either pay the bill, or I call the police.' It certainly looked like we were going to get thrown in jail. It was ironical, sitting in a club with a millionaire, unable to pay the bill."[30]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mal_Evans
Faul in Kenya:

Paul in 1965 (Help!):



Paul vs. Faul in Kenya (please click image to see full comp):



Another interesting tidbit, Mal said he wrote "Fixing a Hole" with "Paul." From his diaries:


January 27, 1967: “Sgt. Pepper. Started writing song with Paul upstairs in his room, he on piano... Did a lot more of “where the rain comes in” [a lyric from “Fixing a Hole”]. Hope people like it.”
February 1, 1967: “Sergeant Pepper” sounds good. Paul tells me that I will get royalties on the song...”
February 2, 1967: “Recording voices on Captain Pepper. All six of us doing the chorus in the middle, worked until about midnight.”



Evans was a guest on the radio show, “Full Circle” on KCSN in Northridge, California in November 1975. He reiterated that he wrote “Fixing a Hole” as well as “Sgt. Pepper” with McCartney. Evans never received any royalties.





[Radio show available for download here]

I tried to use the Freedom of Information Act to get information from the FBI about Mal Evans' death, but I was unsuccessful. After I proved Mal Evans was dead, they wanted him to sign a release. So much for the Obama's policy of complying with FOIA requests!

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10 comments:

  1. In that excerpt from Mal's memoirs that was removed from Wikapedia, he writes, " the ...real manager..." There was no mention of any other (hotel) manager. Perhaps his own subconscious was trying to confess that this was not the real "Paul McCartney." You see, Mal Evans was the road "manager" of the Beatles and really much more. Hence, he was their, "manager." However, the Beatles gave him orders so they were the "real managers." There's no way in fuck that that other guy is the real Paul McCartney. Mal's book contains lies as the title suggests. However the secret police determined it was too close to the truth for the masses (us) so they killed him. We do not kill people but they do. Why? Because they can get away with it. What about conscience? They put it off indefinitely until it it is too late.

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  2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Ki7klQufLI

    This is an eye popping video on Mal Evans around the early days of the replacement of Paul Mccartney. What's most suspicious is the clip starting around 0:43. Make sure to read as much as you can of it. I was absolutely stunned. I wonder if it's a real letter. If it is real, it could contain some absolutely jaw dropping evidence.

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    2. I believe this letter may be describing how Mal was given the task of firing Paul's longtime butler after the return from Africa.

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  3. You may not like it but there is a state foia that allows government officials and others to obtain information that you may deem private that is actually considered public information.

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  4. ^ Govt officials don't need a FOIA request to get our personal information.

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  5. Woah check out Linda's hand wringing after they ask about the double.

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  6. Is the guy from the Kenya footage even the real FAUL?? I know that's not PJM, but is that even the man we have come to know as "Paul McCartney"? Or is it Faul before he had some necessary fillers/surgery? To me the guy from the Kenya trip looks different from both Paul James McCartney and Faul.

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  7. It could still be Paul,yet then again who really knows on this planet who Paul is?
    Some people claimed that Paul was replaced three times.
    In 1966 there was something with Paul:
    You know there is something about me him,
    I go on stage and I am Paul

    Why would Paul talk about going on stage and being Paul in 1966
    if Paul is really Paul that is.

    Till this mystery of Paul is solvedpeople will keep looking for who he is really.

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  8. The World Is A Lie.... The Father Of The Lie is The World.... everything is backwards....

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