Twitter, MySpace, YouTube, Beatles blogs, message boards and other Beatles related websites have been mentioning new Beatles songs found by a man from Livermore, California traveling home from Turlock.
While typing “Turlock Beatles” into Google a couple months ago in regards to an event in Turlock, TurlockCityNews.com did stumble onto some search results referencing this story but didn’t think too much about it.
A man going by the name of James Richards claims to have found a cassette tape of The Beatles on September 9, 2009 in Del Puerto Canyon. This man is claiming the songs are unreleased and were recorded after The Beatles broke up.
This man is going by the name James Richards as he feels it is unsafe to reveal his real name. The story he tells on his website will give you a clear picture.
“Now this is where the story becomes slightly more unbelievable and it is almost embarrassing to attempt to explain the incident to you for fear of viewing me as completely absurd. I must assure you, I am not insane or on drugs, and hopefully the audio from this tape will be enough proof that there is more than we think out there…,” states Richards on his website.
Richards’ story he goes on to tell does make him seem insane although there are 11 Beatles songs included with his story that TurlockCityNews.com has not been able to find through research.
Go read the story of The Beatles “Everyday Chemistry” tape and go download the free 11 songs for yourself at www.thebeatlesneverbrokeup.com. Let us know what you think.
Either way, Turlock is being put on the internet map and in a big way!
*TurlockCityNews.com did send a message through the email provided on the website asking for more details and “the scoop” so we might have an update on this.