The Beatles Made a Pact to Visit Each Other After Death, and Paul McCartney Said It Could Be Frightening


Over the years, Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr dealt with a good deal of tragedy in The Beatles. The band’s former members have seen violence, illness, and death in their many years of knowing each other. Before all this, though, the band’s young members made a pact with one another. The first bandmate to die would come back to let the others know if there was anything after death. McCartney said that this could be chilling.

Allan Williams, Beryl Williams, Lord Woodbine, Stuart Sutcliffe, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Pete Best | Keystone Features/Getty Images

Beatles guitarist Stuart Sutcliffe died in 1962

Before McCartney, Lennon, Harrison, and Starr set the blaze of Beatlemania, the band had two other members: Pete Best and Stuart Sutcliffe. Best was the drummer when the group played residences in Hamburg. The band fired him in 1962 and replaced him with Starr.


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