Thursday, January 7, 2021

Paul's waterfalls

 








In the late 1970s and 1980s Paul McCartney and his family lived in a circular house called "Waterfalls."   He has not been there since 2002 and while it is believed that he still owns the property, it has not been kept up.   People that go into abandoned places and take video and photographs have gone into Waterfalls and have taken some photographs of  this beautiful property.  

7 comments:

  1. The penultimate photo is a mirror image

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  2. Sorry if this appears twice!
    The house is not abandonded at all. It is close to where he still lives, it is used as a guest house and just recently Paul and Mary were there to take photos to accomoany the GQ article. The guy from urbanrot violated the family's privacy by taking photos through the windows, IMHO. The bulding in dissarray is the stable whith the gallery, where those "inside" photos including the one with the 2002 paper were taken obviously to mislead people into believing the house has been abandonded since then. He deleted many comments from his Facebook page including some by people living nearby who pointed out that shortly after his photos went online neighbors called in the police because of a suspected burglary.

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  3. It's a lovely place.

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  4. HOW MANY HOUSES DOES HE OWN?

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  5. His place in Campeltown, Scotland (the farm) is supposedly rundown as he never visits any more.

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  6. The place is called 'Waterfall' like the text on the gate says ....

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