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As with a number of other urban legends, the story of Paul McCartney having been killed and replaced with a lookalike had an inauspicious beginning: a phone call into a radio program. It was a student from Eastern Michigan University named Tom Zarski who called into a Detroit radio station on a slow Sunday afternoon on October 12, 1969. The DJ who took the call was Russ Gibb. Little did he know, but that day was to be one of the biggest of his career. So much so, that 45 years later, in 2014, Gibb did an interview with BBC Scotland to talk about how it happened:

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Andrea reported the incident to KYGO-FM, the country radio station where Mueller was a morning host and earning $US150,000 a year at his self-described “dream job”.


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