The Road: It Beats All

Sheet by sheet, they cut the precious cotton into one-inch squares. Who? Two Chicago entrepreneurs who followed the Beatles on the road last month and bought the Beatles' used bed sheets and pillowslips for $1,150 from hotels in Detroit and Kansas City.

The total yield was 160,000 bits of Beatle sheet. The entrepreneurs have mounted each on a certificate showing a fourposter and identifying the individual Beatle whose scented sweat was presumed to be embedded in the weave. Price: $1.


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