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White peacock the ghost of John Lennon? Macca thinks so! McCartney, Ringo Starr and the late George Harrison were posing for a photograph outside the studio where "Free as a bird" was recorded when the bird wandered in the shot at the last minute. McCartney said, “I said to the other guys, ‘That’s John!’ Spooky, eh? It was like John was hanging around. We felt that all the way through the recording.”

This rare white peacock wandered into the pic at the last minute. They believed it was the spirit of John Lennon. Could John Lennon have started the photo-bombing phenomenon? the_beatles_free_as_a_bird_photo_white_peacock_john_lennon_spirit

George Harrison and John Lennon (taken in 1974 - might be last known photo of the George and John together)

{*George Harrison & John Lennon (taken in 1974 - might be last known photo of the George & John together :( RIP Guys up there in Rocknroll Heaven with the best ov them must be one Hell ov a Band up there*'}

Dizzy Gillespie: In the 1950s, together with Charlie Parker became a major figure in the development of bebop and modern jazz.

Dizzy Gillespie (shown) & Charlie Parker became major figures in the development of bebop & modern jazz during the