Inspired by The State of Arizona vs Oreste Fulminante, 1991.
What were you feeling researching this case?
"I feel as though I went into this research with a perception of who Marilyn Monroe was and what ultimately led to her death, but left with my opinions totally changed. I think the way she was treated by men, the studio system, her loved ones and her peers was pretty disgraceful. The way she handled everything was so graceful and her words were so much more profound than anyone gives her credit for,"
What questions are you left with?
"Who REALLY killed her, because I'm 100% sure someone did, and that she did not die by suicide."
What are things people should think about after learning about this case?
"Marilyn was branded as a love ridden tragedy when in fact she was a bright, gifted and driven actor who stood up for what she believed in."
What surprised/shocked you?
"I had no idea her early life was so tumultuous, or that she'd been so emotionally complex. I also was shocked to see all of the physical evidence contradicting the "official" narrative!"
Photos of the Folks, Forensics and Facts we Discussed