It appears that iamawitch did not go quietly. The former YouTube user who produced several videos linking the Paul Is Dead phenomenon to the Manson murders, sent messages to several members who had been watching and imitating the work of Iamaphoney saying that the account would be closing after the forced deletion of a video.
As I previously reported, I was one of the recipients of the goodbye note from iamawitch. However, I found a very different message that was sent by iamawitch to a YouTube account that I have had my eyes on for some time.
There seems to be a link between the sdofik account and the Berlin Suitcase.
In other suitcase news, I am happy to report that with the help of a friend, I was able to identify the issue of the Beatles Monthly that is presumably in the suitcase that was dropped near CERN.
It was shown of the video "paul is dead - the rotten apple 71 O."
Here is a rotated view.
The partially obscured issue has a red band at the bottom, which narrowed down the candidates significantly. I am relatively certain that the issue is Number 46, from May of 1967.
That particular issue features and article about Mal Evans, and the writer credited was none other than Neil Aspinall.
Click on the images to see full size scans.
Other notable entries in the issue included an article speculating on why the Beatles grew mustaches and a picture of a bus from Penny Lane. And just like the promotional film that was shot to accompany the song, the destination on the bus (which has a number that corresponds to the number of this particular issue of the magazine) is Grave Street. There are just so many coincidences in life.