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The Graphic Novel for Conspiracy Theorists.

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posted on Mar, 22 2006 @ 01:01 AM
The Red Diaries

A graphic novel published by Image Comics written by Gary Reed and art by Christopher Jones and Laurence Campbell.

“The story is structured around the actual red diary that Marilyn Monroe always kept by her side,” said creator and writer, Gary Reed. “But when her dead body was found, the diary was missing. It was said to have contained all of her thoughts and revelations regarding her presumed affairs with the President and the Attorney General of the United States.” Reed explained that in the Red Diaries story, a hit man who takes on the name of Carlos, retrieved the diary and because of his unrequited love for Marilyn, continued the diary over the next few decades and leads into the assassination and the consequential cover-up of the death of the President. “The mystery isn’t just about that day in Dallas, but the impact it had and still has in current day,” said Reed. has a 5 page preview of the book and it hits stores in June.

posted on Mar, 22 2006 @ 10:23 AM
link has an interview with Gary Reed about the Red Diaries.

The series, Red Diaries, is a complex web of conspiracies wrapped in conspiracies, and is the creation of Publisher Gary Reed who also is writing the series. Here, Gary answers a few questions to enlighten us about this four issue story and hints at what might be upcoming.

Q: First off, why the Red Diaries? Is that something significant that we should be aware of?

GR: Actually it is. When Marilyn Monroe died, one of the first questions asked by many people was the location of her Red Diary. Monroe took that diary with her everywhere. It was not only a diary but a journal that she kept and she wrote down almost everything. Yet, when she was found dead, there was no sign of the diary anywhere.

Q: So, that is the basic premise of the series? The diary?

GR: It’s the launching of it. Basically, it begins with someone claiming to have it in their possession. And not only that diary, but others as well. Through the revelations of the diaries’ contents, it will expose the whole tangled web that existed between Monroe and the Kennedy’s and also how the FBI, CIA, White House, the Mob, Cuba, and many other manipulations that factored in.

For the rest of the interview click the link above.

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