@MichaelWarbur17 | 155,423 followers
Every year on the anniversary of his death, the National Trust leave the bedroom light on in JOHN LENNON’s childhood home, all night.

Taken from us 42yrs ago today.
Always missed, never never forgotten.

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What a lovely touch. In a strange way reminds me of all the “lost children “ in Peter Pan where the parents keep the windows open hoping the children will come back home. 💔
 
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That's a beautiful thing. The NT have got that right. One of the most moving and humbling experiences I've ever had, was visiting 20, Forthlin Road (Paul McCartney's childhood home) and "Mendips", where John Lennon lived with his Au Mimi. They are a must see for all Beatles fans.
 
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Visited Mendips 3 times and it’s a wonderful place. Without doubt the best Beatles tour, is this one. Run by @nationaltrust. You visit Paul’s home too. Finally, this year I was able to visit New York and headed straight to CP. pic.twitter.com/REK7l1su3x
 
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I had one of those clock radio alarms. And the morning following the shooting, I experienced the news of his murder as a dream, before fully waking up to it being a reality. Permeated me to the core. Will always remain a horrible day.
 
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Never forget that day, my mum was ironing god rest her soul, I was off school sick and the news flash, and my mother bursting in to tears ✊💚🙏
 
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I was born over 2 years after he died, yet in 3 months’ time I will be older than he ever was. Such a tragedy that he was taken so early, with so much more to do and achieve.
 
 
 
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This year they won’t be because they can’t afford the leccie bill
 
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Sean Lennon says he abandoned him and his mother. Just talented, not a great human being.
 
 
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I will never forget where I was when I heard. What a waste. I have cried from time to time, especially while listening to Beautiful Boy and Happy Xmas/War is Over.
 
 
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Woke up to this news in a house in Leamington that John apparently had owned in the past. Vivid memory.
 
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the world needs another John Lennon - he was such a great loss :(
 
 
 
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I was a freshman in college, watching Monday Night Football when the tragic news hit. I believe Howard Cosell made the announcement.
 
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That was my first Kennedy moment. i could go right over to the exact spot we were at when the news came over the radio.
 
Visited Menlove Avenue earlier this year.
 
Hard to believe it's 42 years...but I will never forget...he died the same year as my Dad 💔 ...(who was a great Beatles fan).
 
I'll never forget that night.
 
 
 
 
And when the broken hearted people living in the world agree, there will be an answer.....
 
 
 
Methinks the death of John Lennon really shocked this wee naive 17-year-old.
Can't imagine he'd ever be forgotten.
#Pointless
 
Imagine all the people, living life in peace....
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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I thought this was the house from Friday Night Dinner
 
 
 
Se que es de ruco y muy predecible pero: Lennon 🫶
 
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Truly gone too soon...
 
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Too expensive in the current climate to leave lights on.
 
 
42 years ago, USAF Lt Col (ret) Harry Maynard passed from a sudden heart attack at his home in Knoxville TN. Interred at Arlington National Cemetery. Never Forgotten.
 
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((°J°)) 💔💔💔
 
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Why leave a light on?
 
 
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Let’s at least hope they use an LED bulb. It’s what he would have wanted.
 
 
 
 
What a wonderful tradition to make…..
 
There are many modest homes whose house history has just one significant entry:
 
 
In reply to @MichaelWarbur17
There is a new book out in the O'Reilly and Dugard Killing series titled Killing The Legends. An unvarnished, but balanced, look at lives and deaths of Lennon, Presley and Muhammad Ali. Good read.
 
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Maybe quit stealing other people's posts. Shitheel.
 
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Had a cry when I heard John Lennon had died.
 
 
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That is such a beautiful tradition. You will never be forgotten John. You were always about peace and love. RIP dearest John. You are always with us through your music and what you stood for.
 
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Bien muerto ese perro.
 
 
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A working class hero is something to be. All You Need Is Love.
 
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THANK YOU! THIS IS BEAUTIFUL! RIP JOHN!
 
 
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The day that our youth ended
 
 
 
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He was a commie, not taken soon enough
 
 
 
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A wonderful tribute to a remarkable man. Always remembered!
 
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I was there in September ❤️❤️
 
 
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