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Transcript of Marilyn Monroe
About Her Life
Monroe's Social Circle
Monroe was recorded to be married 3 times. First husband was named James Dougherty who was her next door neighbor for many years, Second was Joe DiMaggio a Professional baseball player for the Chicago White Socks , and third was Arthur Miller who was a play writer which ended in a Mexican divorce. Marilyn also claims to have been married to Robert Slatze. On top of all of her marriages, Marilyn was known for her many affairs. Her most famous affair was with President Jon Kennedy and his brother Robert Kennedy. Marlon Brando claimed to also have had an affair with Monroe in his autobiography 'Songs My Mother Taught Me'. Although Marilyn never had children, she was pregnant three time amount her 3 marriages. The first two ended with a miscarriage, and the last one was an ectopic pregnancy.
Died: August 5, 1962, in Brentwood, Los Angeles, CA
The Autopsy Results : Found several different drugs in her system including Nembutal. Sleeping pills was found in her liver. Also chloral hydrate was found on her blood .
Coroner Curphey has come to a conclusion that Marilyn Monroe die of overdose of sleeping pills. When investigators came to the scene, they decided that her death was caused by poisoning that could have came from the drug that is in her system.
They estimated that she had died between 9:00 and 11:00 Saturday night.
The day before Marylin was reported dead, Dr. Hyman Engelberg, had just refilled a Nembutal (barbituates) prescription.
Marilyn & John F. Kennedy
FACTS ABOUT THE DEATH
Theories of the Death
What We Conclude
What Continues To Stay A Mystery
Norma Jeane Mortenson also know as Marilyn Monroe did not always have a glamorous life. She was born June 1, 1926. She never knew her father. Her mother had mental issues so she was raised by many different foster homes. At 2 she was almost killed by being smother. At 6 she was nearly raped. At sixteen she work in an aircraft plant and married a man, but was divorce within four year. She ended up marrying 3 times in her life. With Marilyn being a sex icon for millions of people , many didn't realize that she was very bright and intelligent. Monroe loved to read in her free time.
Some say that Monroe was killed by a lover from her past who wanted revenge. One suspect is John Kennedy since he was at her house the night before they found her dead. Others say that Monroe overdose on some pills . A few think that her doctor prescribed medicine to her that negatively conflicted with the drugs she was on .
We conclude that Marilyn Monroe was killed because of her mixed medication. We ruled out murder because their were not any signs of forced entrance. Her body showed no struggle. After the death, they found drugs in her system which lead us to believe that she might have mixed medicine that ended in fatality. Apparently her doctor, Dr. Greenson was in process of trying to switch her drug from Nembutal to chloral hydrate . Two days before Marilyn died she got a refill on her medicine. Polices reports say that she had a plethora for drug variety in her home.
What We Concluded
Marilyn's case was closed as a probable suicide; However parts of the case still are still questioned to this day. One of the mystery is the drug that was found in her system did not match with anything she was taking. Another suspicion was the visit of President Jon F. Kennedy and his brother Robert Kennedy that had be reported the night before Monroe's death.