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Facts about John Lennon

John Lennon

John Lennon wrote three books himself: John Lennon: In His Own Write, A Spaniard in the Works, and Skywriting by Word of Mouth (the last published posthumously).

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In 2002, Liverpool also renamed its airport the Liverpool John Lennon Airport, and adopted the motto "Above us only sky."

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John Lennon was murdered in New York City on December 8, 1980, by a deranged fan.

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Celebrations of John Lennon's life and music occurred in London, New York City, Cleveland, and Seattle.

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A tribute concert took place at John Lennon Park in Havana, Cuba.

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The twenty-fifth anniversary of John Lennon's death, December 8, 2005, was a particularly emotional milestone for Beatles and Lennon fans.

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Numerous biographies of John Lennon have been published.

John Lennon

Versus John Lennon, by David Leaf and John Scheinfeld, released by Lions Gate in September 2006 tells the story.

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Notable are Lennon: The Definitive Biography by Ray Coleman and the relentlessly hostile The Lives of John Lennon by Albert Goldman.

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On April 18, 1975, John Lennon made his last public appearance on ATV's special A Salute to Lew Grade.

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John Lennon had two sons, one by each of his wives.

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John Lennon

John Lennon was murdered in New York City on December 8, 1980, by a deranged fan.

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A personal sketchbook with Lennon's familiar cartoons illustrating definitions of Japanese words, Ai: Japan Through John Lennon's Eyes, was also published posthumously.

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John Lennon was born in Liverpool, England to Julia Stanley Lennon and Alfred "Alf" Lennon.

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John Lennon, at the age of forty, was pronounced dead on arrival at Roosevelt Hospital at approximately 11:15 P.M. by Dr. Stephen Lynn.

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A. Skiff at the Anderson Mesa Station of the Lowell Observatory, was named in memory of John Lennon.

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Chapman replied, in a matter-of-fact tone, "I just shot John Lennon."

Mark David Chapman killed John Lennon because he was bugnuts crazy. Mark David Chapman shot John Lennon in the back four times, killing him, on December 8, 1980. His reason was that he had become a born again Christian, and found the Lennon's statement "The Beatles are more popular than Jesus" offensive.