New York, Sep 9: Beatle's fan-club secretary, who had kept quiet about her contact with the iconic rock band, is now finally opening up about it in her documentary.
Freda Kelly, who was with the band, throughout the 1960s and early 1970s, will be breaking her silence in the documentary film 'Good Ol' Freda,' the New York Post reported.
As the secretary of the fan club, Kelly answered the flood of letters, as well as field strange requests from diehards.
In one instance, she received a stick of gum from a fan and had one of the boys chew it, then mailed it back.
In another odd request, Kelly asked Ringo Starr to sleep on a pillowcase, then sent it back it to an admirer.
Ryan White, who is the director of Kelly's documentary and a family friend, said that the former fan-club secretary was so private that her family and friends didn't know much about her life with the Beatles and had the impression that she worked at a law firm. (ANI)