Marilyn believed that Bobby would leave his wife for her, and when she found out it was a lie, she became extremely depressed. Marilyn threatened to tell the world about her affairs and it is said that the Kennedys paid her more than one million dollars to keep her quiet (Hosenball) (FBI). Marilyn was extremely depressed and was regularly seeing a psychiatrist. On her last visit to Dr. Greenson, her psychiatrist, she was prescribed sixty seconal tablets (FBI). Seconal is a barbiturate to help relieve anxiety and treat insomnia and the large prescription was unusual because she saw Greenson
Thomas Nuguchi contradicted that she was in fact murdered. From the official report, it is clear that Marilyn Monroe had not ingested any kind of drugs, as her medication required water. Around 36 years after the alleged suicide astonishing new information evolved concerning the circumstances of the stars death. New statements by key witnesses of the event, a re evaluation of the autopsy report was made and a recent documentation helped to establish that Marilyn Monroe was in fact a victim of murder. It is said she died shortly after a violent argument with Robert Kennedy, attorney general of America.
She was alcoholic and drug-addicted due to her emotional imbalance and the problems of insecurity she had. On August 5th 1962, Marilyn Monroe was found dead in her bedroom with a phone near her, the FBI announced the case as a probable suicide, but there are unsolved mysteries. Nobody knows exactly what happened to Marilyn Monroe, but one thing is true, she had a tragical end.
This case proceeded in London and was said to be a strong influence in the abolishment of capital punishment in the United Kingdom. Evans was executed in 1950 for the murder of his wife and 13-month-old daughter. Evans maintained his innocence through the whole trial and told investigators that his neighbor, John Christie murdered his family. There was not much evidence against Evans and the case was said to be really weak but he was still executed on March 9, 1950. The police coerced Timothy Evans into a false confession by threatening him.
But there was no such discoloration noted in Marilyn’s autopsy. In fact no partially digested capsules even existed in her digestive track.” (Bell 4). A conspiracy made by many was that she was involved with a notorious Chicago crime boss Sam Giancana. “George Masters, Marilyn's now-deceased hair stylist, claimed that the night before she died, Marilyn spent a romantic evening with Giancana at Sinatra's lodge in Lake Tahoe, Nevada. In addition to wooing the starlet, Giancana purportedly used the evening to try to convince Marilyn to keep her amorous relationship with john f. Kennedy under wraps.” (Tru 9) Giancana planned to use the information about the secret affair between her and JFK as a black mail tactic to keep Kennedy from arresting him for all the crimes he committed.
Deborah Massey from Frank Massey and sons funeral parlour contacted Doctor Linda Reynolds of the Brook surgery where Harold shipman was working in March 1998 concerned about the high death rate of Harold Shipman’s patient’s .The matter was brought to the police who where unable to find sufficient evidence to bring charges .The Shipman inquiry later blamed the police for assigning inexperianced officers to the case .Between April the 17th 1998 when the police adandoned the investigation , and shipman’s evential arrest he had Killed three more people. Death certificates where signed old age as cause of death. His last victim was a lady called Kathleen Gruny. .Kathleen’s daughter was a lawyer who became concerned when a solicitor informed her that a will had been made apparently by mother excluding her children but left £386,000 to Doctor Harold Shipman.. Obviously
Then on February 25, 1990 she collapsed and went into full cardiac arrest. She suffered brain damage due to lack of oxygen. A couple of months later after being in a coma the doctors treating her diagnosed her with a vegetative state. One year after the cardiac arrest a board-certified neurologist and an internist and personal family physician to the Schiavo family independently made the diagnosis of PVS (persistent vegetative state). Her husband Michael Schiavo in 1998 petitioned the court to have the feeding tube removed in regards to a state statute.
Remembered as the elegant blond red-lipped bombshell iconic singer, actress and sex symbol of the 1950s. Her talent and legacy is still carried on by her highly legendary pop painting and influential flying skirt photos. Her name was Marilyn Monroe. She was only 36 when she was found face down dead in her Los Angeles home on August 5th 1962. The official coronas report stated that Hollywood’s face had gone through a suicide by swallowing 40 barbiturates which caused her stomach line to haemorrhage intensely enough that she couldn’t last long enough for the ambulance to arrive.
Brigitte Bardot was born on September 28, 1934, in Paris, France. She graced the cover of Elle magazine as a teen and went on to star in several films before being featured in 1956’s And God Created Woman, which launched her to international fame. She appeared in dozens of films over her career, including Contempt andViva Maria!, and retired from acting in the 1970s. She has subsequently devoted her life to animal activism. The epitome of French chic, BB retired from the entertainment industry at 39 to, in her words, ‘get out elegantly‘.
However, whereas the latter established herself as a woman admired for her voluptuous body by projecting herself as a person unrestricted by any social norms, Marilyn achieved this success through her relentless desire to progress in her acting career and through her charismatic presence on the stage and in real life. Life did not begin easily for the baby girl known as Norma Jeane, who later changed her name to Marilyn Monroe. Soon after her birth in Los Angeles, CA, her mother underwent a mental collapse and was hospitalized. The future sex symbol grew up as a beautiful but lonely girl as she was moved from foster home to foster home, with an occasional stay in an orphanage. In an interview years later, Monroe commented that she play-acted all the time to run away from the dullness of her life, which did not include much education.