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The letter John wrote to Cynthia, urging her to stop talking to the press about their romance and split, has sold at auction for over $30,000 (GBP23,100). The note, in which John dismisses rumours Yoko Ono ended his marriage in 1968, sold as part of an RR Auction online event.
A second letter, written to the editor of an unidentified magazine on the same day, urging him or her to print John’s side of the story following the publication of excerpts of Cynthia’s book in the News of the World was also part of the auction prize, which was expected to go under the hammer for $10,000 (GBP7,700).


2 Responses
  • Steve
    Wednesday, August 16, 2017

    After having just finished Cynthia Lennon’ book about John I came away with some anger directed towards John and even more anger directed at Cynthia. Never did I doubt anything she had to say. I believe John was so manipulated by Yoko and even after his death Yoko continued to treat Julian and Cynthia immorally and very very badly. I always knew John was deeply flawed but the level of cruelness he treated Cynthia and his first son during the time of breakup could only be attributed to Yoko. God bless you Cynthia.

    • Steve
      Wednesday, August 16, 2017

      Sorry it was supposed to read even more anger directed at Yoko,

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