IN THE NETFLIX MOVIE THE MYSTERY OF MARILYN MONROE, DISCOVER THE EXPLANATIONS OF ROBERT & MARILYN!
The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes can now be found on Netflix! Continue reading to find out what happened between Marilyn Monroe and Robert F. Kennedy!
The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe, a new Netflix documentary, contains a slew of shocking revelations. Marilyn Monroe, for example, had a sexual obsession with her absent father. Seriously. Marilyn Monroe, according to one of her close friends, was always expressing her desire to sleep with her father.
It’s strange, but it’s not the most heartbreaking story about the late actress that The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe has unearthed. The documentary includes never-before-seen interviews with those closest to Marilyn Monroe, as well as research spanning her entire life and career.
It focuses on his death, sifting through the most popular conspiracy theories: the Kennedys’ involvement, the Communist Party, and so on, to discover the truth about what happened. We also go over what happened between Marilyn Monroe and Robert F. Kennedy!
MARILYN MONROE DIED IN WHAT WAY?
On August 4, 1962, Marilyn Monroe died of a barbiturate overdose at her Los Angeles home. Because of the large number of drugs in her system, as well as her mental state at the time, her death has ruled a suicide.
There is no doubt about how Marilyn Monroe died in The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe, but Summer spends a lot of time wondering when she died.
Summer discovered strong evidence that Marilyn Monroe died hours before the official time-of-death report, giving Robert Kennedy and his aides time to suppress evidence linking the Attorney General of the time to the pop icon.
WHAT BEFORE MARILYN MONROE AND ROBERT KENNEDY?
According to several people who spoke with Summer, Robert Kennedy was in Los Angeles on the night of Marilyn Monroe’s death, at his brother-in-law Peter Lawford’s house in Malibu.
According to Fred Otash, a private detective who claimed he bugged Peter Lawford’s house and phones to gather dirt on the Kennedys, Robert Kennedy called Marilyn Monroe that night and the two had a heated argument. “There were tapes that were recorded on the day he died.” The night Bobby Kennedy died in the Lawford house, he called her.
‘Don’t bother me, leave me alone, don’t meddle in my life,’ she said. An extremely heated debate. “I have the impression that I am being used, that I am being turned around, that I am a piece of meat.”
Reed Wilson, a surveillance expert who was hesitant to speak with Summer, confirms that Robert F. Kennedy called. “She was causing a commotion by calling the brothers, John, and the White House and complaining about the situation.
Initially, she had been hot and heavy for Bob. But she had reached a point where she felt she was being exploited. And it was there that she met her end.
Summer’s reporting suggests that when the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Red Scare, and the Malibu escapades became too real, the Kennedy administration decided it was just too risky for America’s two most powerful men to argue with a woman.
The FBI has labeled it “leftist.” Marilyn Monroe allegedly reached a breaking point in her sanity when she was asked to cut all ties with the two Kennedys.”That’s what killed her,” real estate agent Arthur James said. “I don’t care what anyone says.
It’s worth noting that none of the above is new information; it’s all taken from Summer’s biography from 1985. Nonetheless, hearing the archived accounts is fascinating. Even if there was no murder plot, Marilyn Monroe’s death was still tragic.