Maybe all the Beatles died in the 1960s and were replaced by actors. Maybe the band was created by the Illuminati. Here's a look at the craziest rumors.
The crossing was immortalised as part of the "Abbey Road" album cover that featured The Beatles
The album was released in September 1969 and was the last one to be recorded by the band.
With new movie "Yesterday" imagining a world where The Beatles never existed, here are 10 superb songs by the Fab Four that have already been forgotten.
El Shafee Elsheikh is one of three remaining members of the group that killed U.S. journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff.
The K-Pop superstars are currently touring the U.S.
"The Beatles sound either uptight or, what's worse, so loose as to be coming apart." Newsweek's critic was not impressed by The White Album.
Charles Manson was once obsessed with music, but after becoming a notorious killer the music world was obsessed with him.
Manson saw predictions of violence in the British band's "White Album."
"The Beatles have lost their innocence, certainly, but loss of innocence is, increasingly, their theme."
What is a concept album, anyway?
Michael Jackson famously outbid McCartney for publishing rights to the catalog in 1985.
In his first column for Newsweek, Tom Shone reviews Ron Howard's "The Beatles: Eight Days a Week."
The 1965 concert could have been heard over thunder, Newsweek is told.
It took a savvy lawyer to keep John Lennon and Yoko Ono from being deported. One who'd never heard of the Beatles.
In 1966, we seemed to think the Beatles were finished.
The album, released in November, is already one of the U.K.'s top 30 best-selling albums.
From Ringo Starr's drums to Clapton's guitar, deep-pocketed collectors are purchasing pieces of rock history.
Beatles chronicler and John Lennon devotee Philip Norman has written a surprisingly sympathetic biography of Paul McCartney.
The former Beatle joins Bruce Springsteen in standing up to the controversial bill.
The Beatles helped define the role of record production, taking it into the creative sphere, making the record, not the song, the key text in pop.
George Martin was able to give to three very talented songwriters the ability to bring to life the sounds they heard in their imaginations.
The legendary producer was far more than just the "Fifth Beatle."