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Acute Barbiturate Poisoning









The official conclusion of the head toxicologist researches, R.J.Abernethy, about the source of Marilyn’s death was : “an acute barbiturate poisoning, ingestion of overdose”

1st report of chemical analysis from August 6, 1962 :


17 Aug 1962, Los Angeles,California, USA --- Marilyn Monroe's death was officially ruled as "Probable Suicide" from a lethal dose of sleeping pills. Coroner Theodroe Curphey (c), Dr. Norman Farberow (L) and Dr. Robert Litman meet the press with prepared statement to announce the findings of a psychiatric suicide team and the results of extensive autopsey test. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

17 Aug 1962, Los Angeles,California, USA — Marilyn Monroe’s death was officially ruled as “Probable Suicide” from a lethal dose of sleeping pills. Coroner Theodroe Curphey (c), Dr. Norman Farberow (L) and Dr. Robert Litman meet the press with prepared statement to announce the findings of a psychiatric suicide team and the results of extensive autopsey test. — Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS




















The official conclusion of the head toxicologist researches, R.J.Abernethy, about the source of Marilyn’s death was : “an acute barbiturate poisining, ingestion of overdose”

1st report of chemical analysis from August 6, 1962 :








2nd report of chemical analysis from August 13, 1962 :











Father of Dr. Joseph Pette Copp (Dentist). Dr. Joseph Pette Copp married Ethel Josephine Hogan (Della Mae Hogan’s first cousin).

Thoroughly prepared for the practice of his profession by extensive collegiate training as well as the comprehensive experience gained through more than 20 years of active practice, Andrew J. Copp, Jr., of Los Angeles, has become one of the prominent members of the California bar.

      Mr. Copp is a native of New York state, and was born in Millertown in 1880. While very young he moved with his parents to Los Angeles, attending the grammar schools of that city until 1895. He then studied for one year at the high school of Dorchester, Mass., and for three years at the Boston Latin School, from which he was graduated in June 1899; after which he entered Stanford University, which conferred on him the A. B. degree in 1902. His legal training was obtained at the University of Michigan.

      Upon admission to the bar, Mr. Copp entered practice at Los Angeles in association with the well known firm of Lawler, Allen & Van Dyke, with whom he remained for about one year. He has since engaged in general civil practice individually, and has built up a representative clientele.

      Mr. Copp has always been interested in military training, and after joining the California National Guard as a private he was advanced to First Lieutenant and later to the rank of Captain, being in charge of the California State Rifle Team in 1907. In 1909 he was transferred to the Judge Advocate General’s Department of the California National Guard with the rank of Major. During the World war he served first as Major Judge Advocate and later Lieutenant Colonel Judge Advocate. Since the armistice he has been commissioned Lieutenant Colonel, Judge Advocate General, Officers Reserve Corps.

      Mr. Copp holds membership in the American Bar Association, State Bar of California, and Los Angeles County Bar Association, which he served as Secretary from 1910 to 1913, as well as the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, Jonathan Club, Stanford Club of Los Angeles, Army & Navy Club of San Francisco, Association of the Army of the United States, and Reserve Officers Association. He is a 32° Mason, Shriner, Knight Templar, and a member of the American Legion, Sons of the Revolution, and Society of Colonial Wars. He served as a member of the Municipal Charities Commission in 1913 and of the Board of Education of the City of Los Angeles from 1915 to 1917. In 1912 he married Cora Eastman Lord and they have two children, Andrew James III and Jane Pendexter.

See Ethel Hogan.

Transcribed by: Jeanne Sturgis Taylor. 

Source: “American Blue Book California Lawyers” by H. James Boswell, Pages 88-89, Produced by H. James Boswell, 1928.

Evidence-Death of Marilyn Monroe




SUSPECT: Dr. Ralph Greenson.



FACT: Dr. Greenson and Anna Freud admitted in letters to each other that they were abusing patient transferences to obtain money from patients to fund the Anna freud Center. This represents a HUGE motive to murder Marilyn. Where did Marilyn’s Estate go? Right to Anna Freud through Dr. Marianne Kris. Dr. Kris was also working with Anna Freud to fund the Anna  Freud Centre. Acting as Anna Freud’s money man in Los Angeles, Dr. Ralph Greenson also became the President of the California chapter of the Anna Freud Centre.





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Both Dr. Ralph Greenson and Dr. Margaret Hohenberg were cocooning Marilyn in the days and months leading up to her death. See the details in our book Marilyn Monroe Unveiled: A Family History. Dr. Greenson was at Marilyn’s house the very day she died. He charged the Estate for Saturday, August 4th, 1962.



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-Notice something smeared on the wall in this photo but not the others. Is it a smear on the photograph or is something smeared on the wall?



06 Aug 1962, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA --- The bedroom in which Marilyn Monroe was found dead of a barbituate overdose on August 6, 1962. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS


Notice the location of the small lamp shade in the above and below pictures.


Dr. Ralph Greenson, as stated in the police report, broke the window to obtain access to Marilyn’s room. Would you stick your hand in that jagged hole to open the hinged window panel? How well can you actually see Marilyn’s bed through that window?






In the following audio, Dr. Ralph Greenson placed an incriminating wedge between himself and the official story he provided to the Los Angeles Police Department. Dr. Ralph Greenson admitted that he did not tell the entire truth about what happened when Marilyn Monroe died.






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In 1945 Gladys Monroe stayed with her aunt Dora Graham (maiden name Hogan) in Portland Oregon.  Dora was the daughter of Tilford Marion Hogan and Charlotte Virginia (Jennie) Nance. Dora was the sister of Della Mae Hogan (Marilyn Monroe’s grandmother), William Marion Hogan (Jason Kennedy’s great grandfather), Myrtle Myers (Hogan), and James Hogan.


Dora Graham Hogan, her son Milton Stores Andros, and her husband Louis Milton Andros





Louis Milton Andros

On a road trip with Andre de Dienes, Norma Jeane visited Dora and her mother Gladys in 1945. That same year in Portland Oregon, Jason Kennedy’s grandmother, Rebecca Esther Hogan (Becky Fritz), Gladys Monroe’s first cousin and Dora’s niece had her first child in Portland Oregon.


Rebecca Esther Hogan (Becky Fritz)





Norma Jeane with Andre de Dienes

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Dora Graham Hogan had four children, one child passed away while an infant, Tilford Bruce. Her other children were Dorothy Bruce, Milton Stores Andros, and her daughter Georgia Marie Andros. Georgia’s child Cynthia J Andrist is Scott Given’s mother.




Our family’s history: Marilyn Monroe Unveiled: A Family History


Scott Given is Dora Graham Hogan’s great-grandson.

Here is a family photo of Scott (on the right) with his brother and the rest of his family during the 1980’s.





Scott Given


Greenson, Joan

Joan Greenson (daughter of Dr. Ralph Greenson): Dr. Ralph Greenson murdered Marilyn. The family lied to cover-up their agenda to financially extort Marilyn Monroe and murder her.

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Romeo Samuel Greenschpoon.




Ralph Romeo Greenson (Romeo Samuel Greenschpoon) was born on September 20, 1911 in Brooklyn, New York. After high school in New York he attended Columbia University, from where he graduated in 1930. He then completed his MD at The University of Bern in 1934 before doing further postgraduate work at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in Los Angeles, Allgemeines Krankenhaus in Vienna, Austria, the Topeka Psychoanalytic Institute, and the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute. He started a private practice in psychiatry and psychoanalysis in Los Angeles in 1934, which he continued in Beverly Hills after four years in the U.S. Army Air force Medical Corps from 1942 to 1946. In 1953 he started teaching at UCLA. He is best known for writing The technique and practice of psychoanalysis. He also wrote Explorations in psychoanalysis, as well as 53 scientific papers. He was a founding member of the Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and a life member of the American Psychoanalytic Association. Greenson died November 24, 1979.
License Number: 6753
Current Date: 08/03/2016 02:05 AM
License Type: Physician and Surgeon A
License Status: Licensee Deceased
Date of Graduation: 01/01/1934



Dr. Greenson billed Marilyn Monroe.

Documented Evidence against Dr. Ralph Greenson: Click HERE.














HOGAN, Ethel Josephine

Ethel Josephine Hogan

She is Della Mae Monroe‘s first cousin. She married Dr. Joseph Pette Copp. Dr. Copp was a Dentist.

Dr. Joseph Pettee Copp was born in Los Angeles, California September 4, 1881. He was the son of Andrew James Copp Sr. and Carrie Pettee Bostwick. Andrew James Copp Sr. was a lawyer. Among his many accomplishments he was made chairman of the committee on the unemployed by the City Council of Los Angeles in 1893-1884.


Ethel Hogan Copp


See documentation for Ethel Hogan/Copp HERE and HERE.

To find out who Ethel Hogan was see our book Marilyn Monroe Unveiled: A Family History.