Eunice Murray Statement
" You know who i depended on? Not strangers,
not friends- the telephone! That's my
best friend. I seldom write letters, but I love
calling friends especially late at night,
when i Can't sleep."
- Marilyn Monroe to W.J. Weatherby, 1961,
On Sunday Morning Time and Life correspondent Tommy Thompson taped a lengthy interview with Eunice Murray in which she recounted the events
surrounding the Film Star's Death In a sincere, soft -- spoken voice, carefully measuring her words in a precise manner. In the following decades
evidence will contradict her “story.” And she would ultimately refute many of her statements preserved on the *Thompson tapes. In Her initial
statement to the police and the press, Murray recalled that she first became concerned about Marilyn when she got up to go to the bathroom and saw the
light under Marilyn's door. she clearly stated “ It was the light under Marilyn's door that aroused my suspicions that something was terribly
Now let's stop here for one minute as we all know Marilyn had difficulties sleeping at night, and she would usually call people at late hours of the
night. So what's so suspicious about seeing light under Marilyn's door?
another thing to think about is. Murray's bedroom had her own bathroom so she did not have to leave her bedroom at all if she wanted to go to the
bathroom. *See Marilyn’s floor plans *
After Marilyn's Friend Robert Slatzer learned about Marilyn's Death, he went to Monroe's residence, On Thursday, August 9. Slatzer noted that the
recently installed carpeting was so thick that it was difficult to close Marilyn's bedroom door. The door scraped along the surface of the carpet, and
it was Impossible to see any light from under the door. Murray was present during Slatzer discovery and she admitted that he was correct and that she
must have been mistaken.
The question remains-what actually led Murray to believe “that something was terribly wrong” ….
(*Unice Murray statements are taken from police
reports and her statement in the Los Angeles times
and Herald Examiner August 8.1962)
In 1983 Anthony Summers the author of "GODDESS". Joined forces with Ted Landreth, a former CBS executive who had tried for over three years to
convince an American television network to document the true Marilyn Monroe Tragedy. Summers with his investigators background in British journalism,
persuaded the BBC to produce the documentary Say Goodbye to the president, which contained interviews with “ Jack Clemmons” “Robert Slatzer”
“Eunice Murray” and many of the other people involved. A totally unexpected revelation occurred during Murray’s interview in 1985.
“Initially the interview was quite conventional, in that Mrs. Murray never departed from the story she had recited thought the years,” Ted
Landreth recalls.” “ However, after the last of the interview and the camera and the lights were turned off, Mrs. Murray made some astounding
remarks. Fortunately , The sound tape was still rolling, and we included her comments in the documentary.”
Summers that conducted the interview remembers
“ As the camera crew were starting to clear up, she said suddendly,
“ why at my age, do I still have to cover up this thing?”
I asked her what she meant, and then she astonished us by admitting that Robert Kennedy was indeed at Marilyn’s house the day she dies, and that a
doctor and an ambulance had come while she was still alive..”
Mrs. Murray then was asked about Kennedy- Monroe relationship.
Murray: Well , over a period of time I was not at all surprised that the Kennedys were a very important part of Marilyn’s life…and eh….so that I
was just a…I wasn’t included in this information, but I was a witness to what was happening…
SUMMERS: And you believe the he(Bobby) was there that day?
MURRAY: At Marilyn’s house?
MURRAY :Oh, sure!
SUMMERS: That afternoon?
SUMMERS: And you think that is the reason she was so upset?
MURRAY: Yes, and it became so sticky that the protectors of Robert Kennedy, you know, had to step in and protect him…
When Summers asked Murray why she hadn’t told the truth to the police in 1962, she responded, “ I told whatever I thought was good to tell.”
The highly praised BBC production "Say Good Bye To The President"- won numerous awards and was nominated in England as the best televison documentary
of 1985, but American networks refuse to broadcast it. **mmm... I wonder why?...
Marilyn Monroe - SAY GOODBYE TO THE PRESIDENT -
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