Paul McCartney: Singer talks about his drug addicts as Beatle
It is well known that the four Beatles musicians were not British children of sorrow, especially at the end of the 1960s. John Lennon and George Harrison are said to have regularly consumed the hallucinogenic drug LSD. Compared to them, Paul McCartney (76, "Egypt Station") may have held back, but he did not completely escape harder drugs, as he has now revealed in an interview with the "Sunday Times". On a particularly violent trip he even had a figure appear, which he perceived as God.
This had happened after the consumption of the drug dimethyltryptamine (DMT short) at the heyday of the Beatles. "We were nailed to the sofa on the spot," remembers McCartney back to the drug rush. "And I saw God, this incredible and tall creature." This experience did not make him abruptly change his life. But it was "a hint," as the star explained.