JOHN LENNON DEATH: WHERE WAS JOHN LENNON MURDERED? WHERE DID HE DIE, WHERE WAS HE BURIED?

JOHN LENNON'S death is still a hugely sad thing for Beatles fans all over the world - but where was he murdered, and how did he die?

express.co.uk (Date:01/17/2020 16:49) Read full article >>

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