I've taken a few photos of Beatlemania Paul that I've split in half vertically, then matched randomly to see if they would go together well. These are the ones that matched perfectly, but it took an extremely long time and much tedious re-cropping, re-sizing and re-positioning to make them come out the same. I did everything short of doctoring the photos, which I've never done and will never do. And yet with all of that, I've only been able to come up with these two sets so far.
These are the ones that don't go well together at all. I tried every bit as hard to make these match, short of doctoring them, but they just don't.
Now it can be more easily explained and understood how pictures of any pre-67 Paul can be put together with a post-66 Paul that matches, and come out well -- as most of us have seen by now in videos and on blogs -- such as these that I've put together myself.
And also how pictures of any pre-67 Paul can be put together with a post-66 Paul that doesn't match, and come out strangely -- again, as we've seen in videos and on blogs -- such as these I've put together myself.
It's because there were always multiple Pauls, from the beginning... they can be matched or miss-matched to suit any purpose or theory, whether people know that's what they're doing or not. If someone wants to accuse the photos of being doctored, or the characters of having surgery, we need to see the evidence for these things. It's not enough to just 'say' so, in order for it to fit a certain belief. Even if one or two are doctored here or there, and someone had surgery, why don't they all match? They look different instead of identical, so how could any tampering be happening?
And a match: