APPENDICITIS

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AUTOPSY

Death certificate :

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Autopsy report :

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drawings:

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information:

 

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Coroner report :

 

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Pictures of the autopsy :

 

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Acute Barbiturate Poisoning

 

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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

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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 :

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

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