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Did Marilyn Monroe die of overdoes, murdered, or just died? Trying to find out what I believe really happened. Some people say she overdosed and others say differently. People say that they think she was having an affair with JFK, does this play a part in it?
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Marilyn Monroe

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Woog, Adam. "Mysterious Deaths Marilyn Monroe". Lucent Books, Inc. San Diego. 1997

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Marilyn Monroe case

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Name: Marilyn Monroe. Movie star and a “Communist” according to her FBI and CIA files. Date of death: August 5, 1962, murdered.

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Marilyn-Monroe.net - Marilyn Monroe was murdered on August 5, 1962

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-On August 5, Monroe's housekeeper discovered her body at her home in Brentwood, California. At 36, she had died of a drug overdose.

-Many people assumed she committed suicide, while others speculated that she was murdered, perhaps because of an affair she had with President John F. Kennedy. Most Monroe biographers, however, have since concluded that the overdose was accidental.

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The Death of Marilyn Monroe | Historic Mysteries

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The death of Marilyn Monroe occurred sometime in the late night of August 4 or the early morning of August 5, 1962. The cause of death was “acute barbiturate poisoning” (overdose) and was ruled a “possible suicide.

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Marilyn Monroe Was it Drugs, Suicide or Murder

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Draw you own conclusions about Marilyn Monroe. Was it drugs, suicide or murder?

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Gale U.S. History In Context - Document

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-Hilty also reveals Robert's vigilant effort to keep John from political and personal disaster by cautioning him about such dangers as his amphetamine abuse and repeated liaisons with, among others, a Mafia mistress and a West German call-girl once active in Communist organizations

 

-Laying siege to the myths surrounding the dashing President and his Administration, critics have exposed Kennedy's reluctance to support the civil rights movement, a dangerous obsession with Castro's Cuba, reckless wheeling and dealing with the Mafia, and enough sexual libertinism to make one wonder how the Kennedys managed to govern at all. Though documents allegedly proving that John F. Kennedy bribed Marilyn Monroe into silence regarding their well-known affair now stand discredited, Seymour Hersh and other writers have uncovered enough to make the heroic epic look more like something directed by Quentin Tarantino.

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-Marilyn Monroe's real name is Norma Jean Baker.

-Born in Los Angeles, California being raised by orphanages

-Became known as world-famous sex symbol and screen legend

-There's a mystery surrounding her apparent suicide in 1962, and the widely held belief that she was romantically involved with President John F. Kennedy

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