posted on Apr, 25 2005 @ 12:43 PM
There's something that've always been curious about, and maybe board members can shed some light on the subject. It's about the death of 50's film
actress Marilyn Monroe.
Conspiracy buff's say that she was murdered as a result of an affair with the Kennedy brothers. They'd blurted out state secrets, over the pillow,
and so she had to go.
There is also the theory that her death wasn't the result of a conspiracy. Marylin, apparently, had the habit of 'faking' suicide attempts
throughout her life. She'd take an over dose, just enough to get drowsy, and then phone what ever man she was involved with at the time, asking for
help. He'd show up in time to find "Sleeping Beauty" apparently on the verge. Guilt and fear would give her power over the man. She had to 'act
out' the rescue scenario, as a way of getting attention.
Now this sometimes happens in relationships: the women will either make a 'fake' attempt to giult trip a man, or she will put herself in peril
situations, and expect to be rescued. The thing about Marylin's case is that shortly before she died, her psychiatrist had changed her sedative
prescription, to a stronger dosage. The idea is that MM was unprepared for the more powerful meds, and took her usual handful. they caught up with her
before she could see the game through. hence she died with the phone in her hand.
So what do you believe? Kennedy conspiracy, or an actresses melodrama?