By Bob Vincent
On Oct. 5, just four days before what would have been John Lennon's 73rd birthday, a Los Angeles Beatles tour guide made the shocking discovery that the John Lennon Walk of Fame star in Los Angeles had been damaged.
Gillian Lomax, who conducts Beatles-oriented tours in the Los Angeles area called A Magical History Tour, said she found the star had been damaged Saturday while she was conducting a tour. The Lennon star is one of the stops on her tour.
“It was totally obnoxious,” she said. “Who are these morons that would have defaced John Lennon's star?,” she posted on Facebook.
The star was covered with graffiti and drawings. The other three solo Beatles stars, which are all located nearby, on Vine Street at the historic Capitol Records Tower in downtown Los Angeles, were untouched...