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How did Marilyn Monroe die? Wild conspiracy theories from Kennedy connection to murder
she passed away from an overdose of sleeping pills and with her death ruled a probable suicide, leaving behind her staggering fortune.The three-time divorcee changed her name had a history of mental illness and substance addiction, something she battled with most of her life.Yet, since the iconic beauty died aged just 36, rumours have swirled of cover-ups and foul play, even though an official review in 1982 found no evidence that she was murdered.60 years on, here are some of the weird and wildest conspiracy theories surrounding her death.It’s been said Marilyn had an affair with both John F Kennedy and his brother, Attorney General Robert Kennedy.In 1964 author Frank Capell claimed Bobby was a communist spy and had Marilyn killed to protect his career.Police Officer Jack Clemmons, the first on the scene of her death, backed him up saying the setting looked staged and housekeeper Eunice Murray was oddly doing laundry.But there was little evidence to back up their claims.In 1975, journalist Anthony Scaduto claimed Marilyn kept a little red book of incriminating information picked up from the Kennedys and was bumped off because she knew too much.Wiretapper Bernard Spindel also sensationally claimed to have bugged Marilyn’s house and listened to an argument between Bobby and her that night during which there was a loud bang.His tapes, seized by authorities in 1966, were said to show nothing suspicious and destroyed.In the 1970s journalist Norman Mailer wrote a biography of Marilyn suggesting she might have been killed with involvement from the FBI or CIA.He later retracted his claims, saying her death was probably accidental suicide.But other writers came to a similar conclusion, including author Matthew Smith who claimed
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Kim Kardashian ‘didn’t damage Marilyn Monroe’s iconic dress’ at Met Gala, Ripley’s bosses confirm
Kim Kardashian has been defended by Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! museum over the decision to wear the iconic Marilyn Monroe dress to the Met Gala.There has been a huge amount of discussion surrounding the 41-year-old donning the late Hollywood legend’s gown at the exclusive event last month, where she was joined by Pete Davidson on the red carpet.Following her appearance, new pictures and videos appearing to show the ‘damage’ that was done to the outfit following the reality star’s brief stint in front of the cameras sparked fresh outrage on social media.However, Ripley’s bosses have now addressed the controversy in a new statement, insisting that she did not damage the dress, which the late star famously wore to serenade John F Kennedy on his birthday in 1962.‘Kim Kardashian’s walk up the Metropolitan Museum’s stairs at this year’s Met Gala caused quite the stir, but one thing Ripley’s Believe It or Not! can say with confidence is that it did not cause damage to Marilyn Monroe’s famed “Happy Birthday” dress from 1962,’ it read.‘Kim Kardashian wearing the “Happy Birthday” dress has been hotly contested, but the fact remains that she did not, in any way, damage the garment in the short amount of time it was worn at the Met Gala.’‘From the bottom of the Met steps, where Kim got into the dress, to the top where it was returned, the dress was in the same condition it started in,’ Ripley’s VP of Publishing and Licensing, Amanda Joiner continued.Ripley’s acquired the outfit in 2016, and the statement pointed towards a 2017 report on its condition, which said that ‘a number of the seams are pulled and worn. This is not surprising given how delicate the material is.