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Originally posted by TheCat
Dorothy Kilgallen knew Marilyn Munroe well, she also said she had seen Munroe's 'little diary of secrets'.
Nicholas Redfern was researching for his book 'COSMIC CRASHES' when he unearthed some interesting information.
He was told of a newspaper report that Kilgallen had written for the Los Angeles Examiner, dated 23rd May 1955. She wrote:
"British scientists and airmen, after examining the wreckage of one mysterious flying ship, are convinced these strange aerial objects are not optical illusions or Soviet inventions, but are flying saucers which originate on another planet. The source of my information is a British official of cabinet rank who prefers to remain unidentified."
The information about Kilgallen was originally released by Gordon Creighton, a former diplomat and intelligence officer, and the 'cabinet official' is believed to be Lord Louis Mountbatten. She was so good at uncovering 'covert' information that the CIA had even considered recruiting her.
Three days before she died, Munroe told Kilgallen that she was about to call a press conference to reveal that she had proof that JFK had been taken to a secret airbase and shown "things from outer space." Munroe also said she had proof that JFK told her about a UFO crash in New Mexico and the recovery of dead alien bodies.
This information, according to Kilgallen, was what was writted in the diary.
Later, after Kilgallen had produced an article about this, she too was found dead.
JFK is reported to have said he intended to 'go public' with the same information, and threatened to expose MJ12. (Majestic 12) Not long after he was assassinated.
Also, Kilgallen was the only reporter to have ever interviewed Jack Ruby. She said that she intended to 'tell all' and expose the truth behind the JFK assassination, but was found dead before she had the chance.
The chapter in Redfern's book, that covers this information, is the first in the book and is called :
"The Aliens, the actress and the Assassination."