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Marilyn Monroe

A Murderous Plot Disguised As Suicide ?

Marilyn Monroe

On the night of August 5th, 1962, the famous actress, model and sex symbol of Hollywood Marilyn Monroe, known for her role in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and The Misfits, tragically lost her life at the age of 36 in what seems at first sight to be a probable suicide. Her frightfully pale body is found lying naked on her back in her bedroom, her head hanging on the edge of the bed. Apart from a bruise on the back, there are no signs of wrestling and the door is locked from the inside. The handset of the phone is hung up and many flasks of pills are found on the bedside table. Everything suggests that the young actress took her life by swallowing a large dose of barbiturate.

Marilyn Monroe's bedroom
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Marilyn Monroe's pool

Only a few days before her death, Marilyn Monroe had told a Cosmopolitan photographer that she had never been so happy in her life and that the future seemed to be holding up very big things for her. People immediately concluded to overdose but it seems that the reality is much darker; Marilyn Monroe was the victim of a murderous plot to silence her. Peter Lawford, closely involved in the story and feeling guilty, later claimed to have taken part with Robert Kennedy and Ralph Greenson in the assassination of Monroe.

Diva Marilyn Monroe

Portrait of a diva

Several people who worked with Marilyn Monroe during photo shoots and on film sets told that she was an extremely warm and caring person who was constantly concerned about the well-being of others. George Barris, who has photographed her on numerous occasions for the Cosmopolitan, says that she was very modest and that an aura of childlike innocence emanated from her. Despite her great beauty, Marilyn Monroe was a very fragile, shy and lonely person who lacked confidence and people constantly used her, especially for sexual purposes. All her marriages had been a failure and she always hoped that she would one day find her prince charming, the man who would know how to love her and who would not abuse her, a white knight that for a moment she thought to have found in the professional baseball player Joe DiMaggio. The one who was born Norma Jeane Baker dedicated her life to her career, her interviews and her photo shoots and became one of the biggest sex-symbols in California, a very beautiful woman.

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Marilyn Monroe lovers

Many lovers and a bugged house

Marilyn Monroe was known for her libertine tendencies as evidenced by numerous recordings made at her residence where we can hear her having sex with a lot of people; as much rising political personalities as Hollywood celebrities. For a time, Marilyn Monroe reportedly had an affair with John F. Kennedy, who would then dump her to focus on presidency. Furious for having been rejected, she would have then set her sight on JFK's younger brother, Robert Kennedy, with whom she also had a love affair. Several gossip reports that Monroe had sex with the famous mafia singer Frank Sinatra and her psychoanalyst, Dr. Ralph Greenson who was apparently greatly in love with her and whose wife knew nothing of their stories. Records made by the mafia and the Teamsters union are also very revealing about this ...

Marilyn Monroe appartment

Many people were spying on Marilyn Monroe and her home in Los Angeles was literally riddled with bugs. The FBI took interests in her, the mafia, the union leader Jimmy Hoffa and even the Twentieth Century Fox, her production company. Different cassettes where one can clearly discern the ruckus of sleepers spring as well as ecstatic moans.

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Dangerous secrets about the Kennedy brothers

Monroe and the Kennedy

In the year of Marilyn Monroe's death in 1962, John Fitzgerald Kennedy's political career was in full swing, when he was elected youngest president ever of the United States at the age of 43. Robert Kennedy's career, nicknamed simply Bobby in the circle of Monroe, is also in full swing and he is then Attorney General of the United States. Feeling used by the Kennedy brothers "like a simple football" in her own words, Marilyn Monroe repeatedly threatened to call a press conference to expose their many affairs and several secrets that would have make scandal and compromise the political future of JFK.

Debbie Reynolds

Jane Russell, actress and close friend of Monroe, thinks that she did not commit suicide and that a political plot hides behind the drama. Debbie Reynolds will later argue that Marilyn Monroe's relationship with the Kennedy's was fatal to her and that far too many people were afraid that the truth would come out.

Events of August 4, 1962

The day before the drama, Bobby Kennedy and Peter Lawford would have gone to the actress's home in the afternoon to consume Mexican dishes and champagne. A violent argument would then break out between Bobby and Monroe and she would have started to threaten the politician of exposing the treatments suffered at John and his hands before attempting to stab him with a kitchen knife. After controlling her, Kennedy's bodyguard allegedly administered a dose of pentobarbital to Marilyn Monroe, a barbiturate used for it's sleeping effects. Bobby Kennedy allegedly searched Monroe's house for her diary, which presumably contained incriminating information about him. It was also at that moment that they would have called Marilyn's psychoanalyst, Dr. Greenson. Several witnesses who played a game of bridge in the neighboring house claimed to have seen the Minister of Justice and a man in a suit and tie entering and leaving the home of the fragile actress in the afternoon of August 4th, 1962.

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Robert Kennedy

Accompanied by two LAPD policemen, Robert Kennedy would return later in the evening to Marilyn Monroe's home, still searching for her little red notebook. Sources say one of the men was carrying a black suitcase. Monroe, noting that the three men were smashing and rummaging through the wardrobes adjacent to her bedroom, began to scream at them and a second fight ensued. It was then that the drama would play itself out; Bob Kennedy would have thrown Marilyn Monroe on the bed and would have smothered her with a pillow while asking the men who accompanied him to give her an injection of Nembutal. An informant who was able to listen to the recordings of the evening, long kept secret, says that he could clearly discern noises of choking and two men talking of sting. It is impossible, however, to judge the intentions of the men, who perhaps simply tried to calm her down. The lying body of Marilyn Monroe is discovered a few hours later by her governess, Eunice Murray, then gripped by a serious crisis of hysteria.

Joe DiMaggio adieu

The autopsy report

Although he did not believe for a second that the young actress committed suicide, the autopsy report made by pathologist Thomas Noguchi on the body of Marilyn Monroe reports a probable suicide. He mentions in particular finding numerous sting marks behind the knees and on the jugular as well as several bruises on her arms and back. The strangest thing about all this is that her stomach was completely empty while Monroe would've ingested no less than 64 pills, a staggering amount which according to Noguchi does not match general cases of suicide by ingestion. Either she received an enema or she did not consume oral barbiturates; they had been injected. The psychological autopsy revealed that Marilyn Monroe was constantly unhappy and that she had already tried to commit suicide in the past and that therefore the suicide hypothesis was easily conceivable. Joe DiMaggio will later say: "The Kennedy killed her".

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