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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 the thick curtains.

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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?

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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.

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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?

 

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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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Marilyn Monroe Documents

BADGES

Entrance badge at the Fox, 1n 1946

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PLANE TICKETS

Los Angeles-San Francisco from December 23, 1953

 

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Tokyo-Honolulu from February 24, 1954

 

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Los Angeles-San Francisco from March 18, 1954

 

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Los Angeles-New York from June 26, 1960

 

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CARDS

 

Card of member of the AFTRA (American Federation of Television and Radio Artists), dated January 1960

 

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Card of member of the AMPAS (Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences), in 1960

 

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Card of member of the AMPAS (Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences), in 1961

 

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Screen Actors Guild, 1947

 

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Screen Actors Guild, 1958

 

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Screen Actors Guild, 1960

 

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Card of membership of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, in 1962

 

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BIRTHDAY CARDS

 

 

 

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CERTIFICATES

 

Birth certificate

 

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Certificate of conversion to Judaism, dated July 1, 1956

 

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Ketubah, Jewish prenuptial agreement, dated July 1, 1956

 

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Certificate of Marilyn’s membership of the Hollywood Museum Associates, dated April 19, 1962

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CHECKS

Checkbooks

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To Don Rito-Renard, dated December 11, 1948

 

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To Macy Jewelry, dated December 21, 1948

 

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To the Studio Club

 

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To Barney’s Beanery, dated November 20, 1950

 

 

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To J.J.Haggarty Stores, dated November 23, 1951

 

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To the Beverly Carlton Hotel, dated  March 1952

 

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To Grace Goddard, dated April 8, 1952

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To Parisian Florists, dated August 16, 1952

 

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To Schwab, dated October 1, 1952

 

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To Natasha Lytess, dated October 17, 1952

 

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Letter and check due to Marilyn about her social insurance for year 1951, dated January 6, 1953

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Dated May 14, 1953

 

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To Grace Goddard, dated February 4, 1953

 

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To Harriet Beal, dated February 21, 1953

 

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To the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co, dated April 27, 1953

 

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To Beverly Silks and Woolens, dated July 11, 1953

 

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Dated August 24, 1953

 

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To Michael Tchekhov :

Dated February 9, 1953

 

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dated July 20, 1954

 

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To Norman Jefferies, dated August 4, 1962

 

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To Eunice Murray, dated August 4, 1962

 

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List of the checks signed by Marilyn on August 3, 1962

 

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CONTRACTS

With Earl Moran, dated November 16, 1948

 

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With the William Morris Agency, dated December 7, 1948

 

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With the William Morris Agency, dated March 2, 1949

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With Ben Hecht, dated March 16, 1954

 

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Marilyn’s phone bill for May and June, 1962.

 

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