THE MYSTERY FINALLY SOLVED? / New details emerge about Marylin Monroe's death, Kennedy is also mentioned: 'She was killed because she wanted to tell the world about the spacecraft in New Mexico'
Dr. Steven Greer says he has reason to believe Marilyn Monore was killed because she wanted to tell the world about a spaceship found in New Mexico
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59 years have passed since the death of the legendary Marilyn Monroe, and according to official autopsy reports, the cause of death was a barbiturate overdose, probably the cause of suicide.
Although the movie star has shown signs of depression for years and used prescription sedatives, her death has shocked the public. Marilyn Monore was closely associated with many powerful people, including President John F. Kennedy. Theories revolve around her death, including the possibility that she was killed by the CIA or someone sent by Kennedy himself. Others thought then-Attorney General Robert Kennedy killed her because she had incriminating evidence against families that could have ruined their political careers and led to legal problems, but there is another theory behind her untimely death that stands out above the rest - one that includes a major discovery.
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Based on a top-secret document taken from the NSA vault, Dr. Steven Greer says he has reason to believe Marilyn Monore was killed because she wanted to tell the world about a spacecraft found in New Mexico.
She wanted to go public with the information
According to Dr. Greer, the insider she was associated with sent her a copy of this document signed by James Jesus Angleton, head of the CIA's counterintelligence service from 1954 to 1975.
The document also describes Marilyn Monroe's wiretapping and details her conversation with a friend in New York, in which she reportedly said she would hold a press conference to find out what President Kennedy had told her about "space objects found in New Mexico" in the 1940s.
Dr. Greer said he even spoke to one of Monroe’s close friends in the film industry, actor and singer Burl Ives, who said the cause of her death was not suicide, but he believed it could have been a plausible scenario.
What exactly President Kennedy told Monroe and whether the world would believe her if she came out and told it all remains a secret.
By: Olivia J. - Gossip Whispers