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Being immortalized in wax is a particularly harsh price of fame, don’t you think? Even the dummies reproduced on the cover of Sgt. Pepper (surely the best of a bad lot) seem to have at best a distant relationship to their human counterparts.
But this one, provided by friend and fellow Beatlefan Stephen Kroninger, takes the cake. If you have better (or worse), put ’em in the comments. This dubious quartet resided in Louis Tussaud’s House of Wax in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, famed throughout Britain as the world’s worst wax museum. It was closed in 2013; Jean, Paol, Jorge, and Ringoo—along with the rest of the collection—was snapped up by an overseas buyer.