Marilyn Monroe: Conspiracy to Commit Murder
On August 1, 1962, Marilyn Monroe would sign the biggest contract of her career for $250,000 to complete the film, Something’s Got to Give. Sadly, four days later the actress would be found dead.
On August 5, 1962, just shortly after midnight, the lifeless body of the Marilyn was discovered by her housekeeper. She was found nude, lying face down, with one hand clutching her phone and pills scattered across the bedroom floor.
It was less than 3 months after her famous sultry performance of “Happy Birthday” at President John F Kennedy’s 45th birthday on 19 May 1962.
An autopsy would later reveal a fatal amount of sedatives in Marilyn’s system, and her death was ruled probable suicide. However, over the years many have speculated the deadly cocktail was possibly administered by someone else, and she may have been murdered.
Join us on a supernatural journey as we tour the tragic life and death of Marilyn Monroe. We examine the mystical facts, explore conspiracy theories, and investigate the tragic demise of one of Hollywood’s most glamorous superstars.
This is Death by Misadventure.