Ringo Starr has lost track of the treasure trove of Beatles snaps he took at the beginning of his career with the Fab Four - and fears he'll never see them again.
The rocker took thousands of candid shots of his bandmates from the early to mid-1960s and the vast majority of them have never been seen.
And Starr tells Rolling Stone that's unlikely to change: "I don't know where they are... There's been several moves and things happen."
But it's not the first time Starr has misplaced Beatles gold - he stumbled upon a collection of postcards from his bandmates a decade ago and published them in the 2004 book Postcards from the Boys.
The drummer says, "I found a box on my shelf and was like, 'What the hell is that?' And it was full of the postcards. At the time we were moving house yet again, and the secretary I had at the time decided to put them all in envelopes and put them in a shoebox. That's how I found out I still had them."