Almudena Calatrava, Associated Press
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — A brick from The Cavern Club, a check for 11 pounds signed by Ringo Starr, an “authentic” Beatles wig. These and thousands of other objects related to the “Fab Four” are luring Beatles fans to a new museum in Buenos Aires.
The museum is the product of the particular “Beatlemania” obsession of Rodolfo Vazquez, a 53-year-old accountant who became a fan at the age of 10 when he got their “Rubber Soul” record. “With the song “In my life” I fell in love with the Beatles,” he told The Associated Press.