John Lennon’s ghost lingers in the form of haunting white messages. This story comes from two people who knew Lennon long before his murder outside a New York City apartment building over 30 years ago. Lennon’s ghost was present then, but does it still linger?
Lennon was violently assassinated on December 8, 1980 in front of the Dakota apartment complex on 72nd Street in New York City by a crazed fan by the name of Mark David Chapman. Lennon was tragically shot four times and brought down before his wife, Yoko Ono, cradled him in her arms not long before he died.
John Lennon’s Ghost Story Through a White Peacock
When Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison recorded Lennon’s song, “Free As A Bird” in 1995, McCartney firmly believes that he saw John’s ghost. Before he actually ‘saw’ a white message, McCartney swears the singer was present in the recording studio. He described the haunting of John as a playful spirit.
“There were a lot of strange goings-on in the studio – noises that shouldn’t have been there and equipment doing all manner of weird things. There was just an overall feeling that John was around,” Paul McCartney has said to various sources.
Lennon’s ghost may be part of the “Beatles'” single B-side when a humorous spoof was recorded as a comedic touch.
Paul McCartney noted, “We put one of those spoof backwards recordings on the end of the single for a laugh, to give all those Beatles nuts something to do. I think it was the line of a George Formby song. Then we were listening to the finished single in the studio one night, and it gets to the end, and it goes, ‘zzzwrk nggggwaaahhh jooohn lennnnnon qwwwrk.’ I swear to God. We were like, ‘It’s John. He likes it!”
What completed the whole picture of John Lennon’s ghost for McCartney was the white bird who roamed into the photo shoot for the album. At the last minute, a farm neighbor’s white peacock made its over to their area.
McCartney said of the haunting experience, “That’s John. Spooky, eh? It was like John was hanging around. We felt that all through the recording.”
Lennon’s Son Experiences his Dad’s Ghost in Form of White Feather
John’s son, Julian Lennon, claimed to have seen his own father’s ghost linger in the form of a white feather. Julian believes he was contacted by his late father’s ghost when a tribe leader of an Australian Aboriginal ceremony handed him a white feather.
What makes the feather so significant? Lennon told his son if he ever died to watch for a white feather. It would be a key sign that he was there, watching over him.
Presence of John Lennon’s Haunting Ghost Meaningful to Those Once Close to Him
John Lennon’s ghost lingered in various forms to his son, Julian Lennon and to “Beatles” band member, Paul McCartney. Both were peaceful signs and John Lennon stood for peace in a crazy world. He may have a haunting spirit, but it’s one of a carefree spirit – much like the one he carried on when he existed among the living.
How many others have experienced the ghostly encounters of John Lennon in the form of a white message, but didn’t realize others have had the same thing occur?
John Lennon’s ghost lingers somewhere when he has an important message.
Sources: Paranormal News Central
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