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The Beatles by Tom Murray, Untitled I

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When the group arrived by the banks of The Thames, Tom Murray recalls, “John dropped to the ground, pretending to be dead. The Beatles laughed. No shot for me. Then they got deadly serious. John had his eyes open and the Beatles looked on with very serious expressions. One frame for me.” Then George put on John’s glasses and John closed his eyes. “The whole incident was over in seconds.” Years later, Tom’s photo was considered for the cover by Time magazine for the issue after John was shot, “but it was deemed too spooky.”