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icoeim wrote at 2011-05-26 11:13:31
If you consider the the detailed circumstances under which Marilyn died and the extensive coverup done by all the concerned people, police and autopsy departments you may come to the conclusion that a. Marilyn did not commit suicide and she was murdered b. by CIA or FBI with/without the involvement of Mafia

Adinda wrote at 2014-05-25 16:09:36
Hi Ceara,

I'm doing an extended essay on Marilyn Monroe's death too!

Did you succeed in finding historical sources?

Would be pleasant if you can help out.


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I can answer questions pertaining to almost all aspects of Marilynís life and career. Iím familiar with her movies, training, and accomplishments and can also field inquiries regarding her childhood, relationships (romantic, friendships and otherwise), emotional and medical ailments, and what she was like in general. I am a fan of Marilyn Monroe and her work. I am not a memorabilia dealer and cannot give you estimates on Marilyn merchandise or collectibles. Thank you for understanding.


Iíve been a Marilyn Monroe fan since the early 1980s and grew up watching her films on television. Iíve spent countless hours researching her and have built up an extensive library on all things Marilyn. As a Southern California native, I have been able to easily visit and photograph many of the sites that played important roles in Marilynís life, such as houses, studios, restaurants, her grave, and so on. Furthermore, I have visited sites in San Diego, Reno/Dayton, and New York City that were homes or filming sitesóallowing me to retrace many of Marilynís steps, literally.

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