Marilyn Monroe Research Paper

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Marilyn Monroe On August 5th, 1962, Marilyn Monroe was found dead in her Los Angeles home. According to, "She was discovered lying nude on her bed, face down, with a telephone in one hand. Empty bottles of pills, prescribed to treat her depression, were littered around the room." This led the Los Angeles police department to believe that she took her sedative drugs to enforce a probable suicide. The police were not even sure that the case was a suicide, so why did they not investigate any farther to see if there was motive for someone to force pills down her throat. Marilyn Monroe could of killed herself because of her severe depression. Marilyn went through three divorces. She couldn't find no one to keep her happy and loved.…show more content…
Maybe the First Lady murdered her because of Marilyn and JFK's secret love affair. The President could of hired an assassin to take Marilyn's life, so he could rebuild his marriage. Marilyn Monroe was born June 1st, 1926. She was born Norma Jeane Mortenson in Los Angeles, California where she took her biological father's last name at birth. Marilyn's grandmother later baptized her changing her last name to Baker. Baker was her stepfathers name at that time. When Marilyn grew up she legally changed her name to Marilyn Monroe with the state of New York on February 23, 1956, and finally taking her mother's last name. Monroe's mother, Glady's Pearl Monroe, had severe mental problems. According to, "Her mother was emotionally unstable and frequently confined to an asylum, so Norma Jean was reared by a succession of foster parents and in an orphanage." Her mother was born in Mexico, and had three marriages like Marilyn. Glady's had three children between two men. Marilyn's dad was born in Vallejo, California, and Miss Monroe was his only child. He was a Bagare and Gas…show more content…
Increasingly erratic in the last months of her life, she lived as a virtual recluse in her Brentwood, Los Angeles, home." Marilyn Monroe clearly had depression issues causing her to have severe set backs with her films, such as, "Let's Make Love," and "Misfits." The New York Times considered the movies "box-office disappointments." Marilyn was so emotionally unstable it affect her ability to have children. Crime library stated, "She was admitted several times to hospitals for 'exhaustion' and miscarried twice; at least one of the miscarriages due to her abuse to barbiturates(sleeping pills)." Marilyn could not keep her emotions together so she could have a low enough stress level to carry a child. Maybe a child could of made her more stable. Monroe would want to give her child everything she never had, especially love. Besides Grace, no one really showed Monroe love because she had done went through at least twelve foster

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