Has it been that long ago?
Aug. 4 th 1962
This magazine cost 30 cents,
Many witnesses said they observed Marilyn
being secretly taken that night by an ambulance
crew to a nearby hospital before being returned
again to her Brentwood home in Los Angeles.
Forever steeped in mystery are the exact events
that took place on the night that one of the world's
leading sex symbols and movie legends died.
According to some accounts, Marilyn's body
was rediscovered by her house companion,
Eunice Murray, and her psychiatrist,
Dr. Greenson, several hours following
the initial discovery of her remains.
In recent Years,
here have been a number of conspiracy theories
about her death, most of which contend that she
was murdered by John and/or Robert Kennedy,
with whom she allegedly had love affairs.
These theories claim that the Kennedys ( had her killed)
because they feared she would make public their
love affairs and other government secrets she was gathering.
I have questions about Dr Greenson, did he tamper with the site?.
On August 4, 1962, Robert Kennedy,
then attorney general in his older brother's
cabinet, was in fact in Los Angeles.
Two decades after the fact, Monroe's housekeeper,
Eunice Murray, announced for the first time that
the attorney general had visited Marilyn on the night
of her death and quarreled with her, but the reliability
of these and other statements made by Murray are questionable.
There was also her MOB friends,
could they have done this to get even with the Kennedys??
Four decades after her death, Marilyn Monroe remains
a major cultural icon. The unknown details of her final
performance only add to her mystique.
Posted by Yvonne @ La Petite Gallery
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