UPDATE: A new background image was put on the YouTube channel for http://www.youtube.com/user/NAIR0BI1966
This enhanced version seems to say, "Good Morning...Sound Effects...Intro to...Billy Shears"
I like to share with you when anything out of the ordinary happens. As you have probably figured out, I do allow myself to be jerked around a little bit just in case somebody is giving me something real.
So, in the comments section of my last post, someone posted under the name Brian. If you click on the name Brian, it takes you to http://www.youtube.com/user/NAIR0BI1966, which I believe is an Iamaphoney alias. Now, anybody can put the name Brian and link to that YouTube page, however, NAIR0BI1966 did appear to be logged in to YouTube when the comment was posted here. Brian's comment consisted simply of this link: http://www.picturepush.com/public/1130532
The link takes you to a photograph of the document below. I have slightly enhanced this one.
The document appears to be handwritten by John Lennon in the mid 1970s. He is referring to the Alan Williams book, "The Man Who Gave The Beatles Away," which I believe was released in 1977. It appears to have been doctored because some of the words seemed to be intentionally obscured. I can not determine the authenticity of the document or its relevance to the Paul McCartney mystery. But if you compare common letters between this and John's handwritten lyrics to "All You Need Is Love," there are some similarities. The letters "p" and "r" in particular seem similar between the documents.
This is not the way that Iamaphoney has sent me documents in the past, so I am not sure who is behind this action or the motive. It could be an attempt by Iamaphoney to prove that he really has genuine documents. It could be an obscured clue of some kind. It is possible that the missing elements of the document contained something sinister. It could also be something fake provided to wind me up and make me go for someone's amusement. I will leave that for the reader to decide.