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Netflix Doc The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe Reveals New Stories of the Hollywood Icon

August 5, 2022 will mark the 60th anniversary of the death of the sultry movie goddess Marilyn Monroe. Much has been said, written and filmed about her, including the upcoming biographical drama blondalso another Netflix movie that debuts in December 2022. The mystery of Marilyn Monroe: the unheard of tapes is an in-depth documentary by investigative journalist Anthony Summers, exploring Marilyn Monroe’s final hours and currently streaming on Netflix.

Much of it may not be news to many. Still, there can be intimate details that are. For example, if Monroe finds notes written by then-husband, noted playwright Arthur Miller, and calls her a disappointment among other names, it will likely be surprising and heartbreaking to fans of Marilyn Monroe. Both Miller and Monroe were under surveillance by the FBI for Miller’s ties to communism.


Plus, there’s just something about audio that captivates. Hearing friends and witnesses recalling events can sometimes feel like a gut feeling. Though admired by millions, Monroe’s life began sadly, ended tragically, and with not much luck in between.

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The cover up wasn’t about malicious intent

Anthony Summers spoke to a thousand people who knew Monroe and collected 650 of the interviews over three years on tape. Among those interviewed are Angie Novello (personal secretary of RFK), Jane Russell (actress), Danny and Joan Greenson (children of Monroe’s psychiatrist Ralph Greenson), Ken Hunter (ambulance worker), Fred Otash (private investigator), Reed Wilson (surveillance expert) and more.

While there are some discrepancies, a multitude of interviewees confirm one of the most bizarre sequences of events. Reportedly, on the night of August 4, 2962, Monroe’s public relations manager arrived at her residence at 11 p.m. An ambulance was called and Monroe’s psychiatrist, Dr. Ralph Greenson, drove his comatose patient to the hospital where she died or on the way there. Her body was then returned home to be “discovered” in the morning.

According to eavesdropper Reed Wilson, who told Summers about a secret recording planted at the star’s home, she “was stinking” the day of her death. He added that the actress called JFK and the White House and complained. A second eavesdropper, Paris Theodore, also claimed to have listened in on that last day. Theodore told Summers that he heard the words:

“Where is it? Where the f**k is it?”

Summers believes that the “it” referenced was Monroe’s diary. Barber-to-the-Stars Sydney Guilaroff corroborated the story that Monroe called him around 9:30 p.m. the night she died, distraught over an argument she’d had with Attorney General RFK. The Some love it when it’s hot actress told Gilaroff that RFK had been to her home before to threaten her and that she knew many secrets about what had happened in Washington. Dangerous.

Monroe’s housekeeper, Eunice Murray, had been inconsistent over the years. However, in a 1985 interview, Murray almost cried:

“Oh, Mr. Summers, why do I have to keep covering up?”

Summers concludes that he doesn’t feel that the way Monroe died is covered up, but that it is her connections to the Kennedys and the secrets she took to the grave.


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