Marilyn Monroe was found dead on August 5, 1962, at her 12305 Fifth Helena Drive home in Los Angeles of a barbiturate overdose. She was a major sex symbol and one of the most popular Hollywood stars during the 1950s and early 1960s. She was a top-billed actress for a decade, and her films grossed $200 million by ...
On August 5, 1962, movie actress Marilyn Monroe is found dead in her home in Los Angeles. 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. After a brief investigation, Los Angeles police concluded ...
Jun 29, 2017 ... Fifty-five years later, Marilyn Monroe's death still raises a slew of questions.
Marilyn Monroe, a troubled beauty who failed to find happiness as Hollywood's brightest star, was discovered dead in her Brentwood home of an apparent overdose of sleeping pills Sunday. The blond, 36-year-old actress was nude, lying face down on her bed and clutching a telephone receiver in her hand when a ...
Jun 1, 2017 ... When Marilyn Monroe was found dead in her home in 1962, it was ruled a probable suicide by authorities. The 36 year old star of films like “The Misfits” and “Some Like it Hot” had a history of mental illness and substance abuse, and her body was surrounded by pills. However, conspiracy theories about ...
Jul 28, 2017 ... As miniseries 'The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe' comes to SBS and SBS On Demand, we canvas some of the many conspiracy theories surrounding her death.
Marilyn Monroe was found dead in her home on August 5, 1962. She died of an overdose of barbiturates at the age of 36.
5 -- Marilyn Monroe, one of the most famous stars in Hollywood's history, was found dead early today in the bedroom of her home in the Brentwood section of Los Angeles. She was 36 years old. Beside the bed was an empty bottle that had contained sleeping pills. Fourteen other bottles of medicines and tablets were on the ...
May 16, 2014 ... Investigative journalists Jay Margolies and Richard Buskin lay to rest the notion that Marilyn committed suicide and reveal how the screen goddess really died in the explosive new book The Murder of Marilyn Monroe: Case Closed.