Octopus' Garden

Octopus' Garden

by Aaron Mermelstein

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Octopus' Garden by Aaron Mermelstein

"Paul is dead" was just the beginning.

It's 1970 and Beatle fans around the world eagerly comb the album covers and listen to Beatle songs forward and backward, trying to find hidden "clues" that might lead to a logical solution or confirmation to the rumor that "Paul is dead."

When two college radio DJ's join the search, they learn what the clues REALLY mean and begin an odyssey that takes them far beyond their studio. They discover a conspiracy to create a genuine Utopia, a true "Octopus' Garden." They are launched into a world-wide intrigue and quest that very quickly changes their lives forever.

After forty years, Jeff Scott finally reveals the solution to the mystery and confesses that the "clues" were were actually well-placed guides that led him, and hundreds of others to a life-changing experience and a life changing place: a genuine "Octopus' Garden" beneath the waves.

The book recaptures the spirit and excitement of Beatlemania and--perhaps most important--the time when Beatle fans and Baby Boomers felt there was something special going on in their world.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780989771016
Publisher: Salami & Eggs Publishing LLC
Publication date: 10/07/2013
Pages: 356
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.74(d)

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a great read for Beatle fans of all generations. The "Paul is dead" rumors have been debated and discussed since the late '60s or early '70s and that debate still is still going on. Until this booy, nobody's EVER explained what the clues meant or why they were there. With this book, we FINALLY have an explanation--and it's not one I would have EVER imagined, though I can't believe I didn't think of it myself.  This book shows that it was all SO obvious and SO logical and SO believable. Even if you're not a Beatle fan, this is just a darn good read.