It is an unusual confession that Paul McCartney indulged in on the program All Things Considered, on NPR radio. The singer claimed yet spoke to his former colleague, also a member of the Beatles, George Harrison. However, the latter died at the age of 58 in 2001, from lung cancer. But according to Sir Paul, his friend’s spirit would have settled in one of the trees on his estate in Sussex County, England.
According to Paul McCartney, the spirit of George Harrison, who died in 2001, lives in a tree in his home
The latter explained the reasons: “George was very passionate about horticulture and a very good gardener, so he gave me a tree as a gift.” This tree is a fir that Paul McCartney decided to plant at the entrance to his home. “It’s lovely. He gave it to me, I just planted it. Every time I look at it, I say to myself ‘This is the tree that George gave me” (…) When I get out of the car, I close the gate, look at that tree and say, “Hi George.” According to the old Beatles: “George walked into that tree, for me. I hope he is satisfied with it. “
George Harrison was 13 when he met Paul McCartney at their school in Liverpool. The two soon became friends. It is also Paul McCartney who will introduce George Harrison to John Lennon, their friendship will give birth to the legendary group when they will be joined by Ringo Starr. “I remember the wonderful times we had together and I would like to remember him like that because I know he wanted to be remembered like that, Paul McCartney said when his son died. friend in November 2001. He’s a great guy, full of love for humanity. Everyone will miss him dearly. “
Paul McCartney: his curious revelation about his contact with the dead ©