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Saturday, November 05, 2005
I'M NOT A CONSPIRACY BUFF, BUT ...
I do think there is reason to believe that Marilyn Monroe's death was not accidental. She knew too much and was not the most stable person.
New Details of Marilyn Monroe's Life and Death
DiMaggio Family: Marilyn and Joe Planned to Remarry on Day That Turned Out to be Her Funeral
A report in the December issue of Playboy reveals new details about the life of the legendary Marilyn Monroe and raises even more questions about her mysterious death in 1962.
The article also features uncensored and expanded transcripts of audio tapes of Monroe's psychotherapy sessions. The tapes, which were detailed in part by the Los Angeles Times in August, reveal for the first time, in Monroe's own words, that the actress was not suicidal at the time of her death.
"Here is a person stigmatized by the diagnosis of suicide when that is an absolutely wrong, false, erroneous diagnosis," said former L.A. County prosecutor John Miner Miner, who created the transcripts.
Members of the DiMaggio family have long believed Monroe was not alone when she died. June DiMaggio says her mother, Lee, told her she was the last person to speak to Monroe on the night of Aug. 4, 1962.
Lee, who has since died, said she was on the phone with Monroe when Monroe screamed a name and dropped the phone. Lee took that name to the grave because she feared for the safety of her family, according to June.
Rodger blogged on Miner’s tapes back in August: I’m particularly intrigued with [the] passage about a one-night stand Monroe had with actress Joan Crawford.