Marilyn Monroe's Conspiracy Theory

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Conspiracy Theory Marilyn Monroe Marilyn Monroe was born as Norma Jeane Mortenson June 1 1926 – August 5 1962. She was an American actress, model and singer who became a major sex symbol. She starred in a number of successful motion pictures during 1950’s and early 1960’s. She began her career as a model which led her to a film contract in 1946 with Twentieth Century Fox. The final years of her life were marked by illness, personal problems, and a reputation for unreliability and being difficult to work with. On August 5 1962 at 4:25a.m LAPD received a call from Dr. Ralph Greenson her psychiatrist saying that she was found dead at her home. The circumstances of her death from an overdose of barbiturates have…show more content…
In 2007, writer Philippe Mora discovered a three-page report among the papers titled Robert F. Kennedy that discussed Monroe's death which would later be included in the FBI index under Marilyn Monroe. Written by a former unnamed FBI agent working for the then-California Governor Pat Brown, it details Kennedy's affair with Monroe and claims Kennedy had promised Monroe he would divorce his wife and marry her. However, after Monroe realized he had no intention of doing so, she made threats to make the affair…show more content…
Robert Slatzer's book The Life and Curious Death of Marilyn Monroe discusses Marilyn's red diary. The diary supposedly details conversations between Marilyn and Bobby Kennedy and gives hard evidence to support the theory that Marilyn was murdered. Slatzer, a onetime friend of Marilyn's, claims that he saw the diary just days before Marilyn died and the coroner's aid, Lionel Grandison, said that he noticed it in the coroner's office. Despite the fact that a rare book collector offered $150,000 for the diary, it has not been seen since that fateful

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