Unseen John Lennon And Yoko Ono 'Bed-In' Photos Found

Anne Sewell

A man in Outaouais in Canada has made an amazing discovery. While searching for an old negative of a snow sculpture, John Urban accidentally came across negatives of John Lennon and Yoko Ono's bed-in, held at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal in 1969. He had never seen these images before and was "pleasantly surprised."

"I was pleasantly surprised. It made my day."

— CBC Newfoundland (@CBCNL) March 8, 2015

Urban said that the negatives were on a 36-exposure roll and that he looks at them every day.

"I look at these and say, I'd better put them on the scanner and blow them up cause I've never seen them before."
"A long time ago I tried to make it as a photographer, and in the course of that I accumulated many, many, many negatives."

"It's worthwhile to dig through your old belongings because you may discover something that you've forgotten about or weren't even aware of."

"It's worthwhile to dig through your old belongings because you may discover something that you've forgotten about or weren't even aware of."

"They're all candid photos."

— Montreal Press (@MontrealCP) March 7, 2015

While John Lennon's legacy lives on in so many ways, the Inquisitr did, however, report on an uglier side of the former Beatle as the papers from his divorce to former wife Cynthia were recently revealed.

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