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30 Days Out

When Freda Kelly began her job as a secretary in 1963, the shy 17-year-old believed she was merely going to work in a cramped office. She couldn’t have known she was about to step into history. Kelly was hired to work for an up-and-coming rock group based out of Liverpool, England, just a few months before that band would conquer the world.

Freda had faith in her boys, The Beatles. And The Beatles had faith in Freda: she managed the band’s fan club and served as the secretary for their Liverpool office, often working side-by-side with their manager Brian Epstein. She worked for The Beatles for 11 years, longer than the band was together. Then she faded into obscurity, loyally protecting the stories and people she kept close to her heart.

But now, after 50 years, Freda Kelly steps up to tell some of those stories in a new documentary,

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Posted March 10, 2013 by kenneturner in Information

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