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    What type of casket was she buried in? If it was a metal sealer, then sorry to say, she'd be a puddle of mush before the first year after death. I've seen what those sealer caskets can do. It's not pretty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by navallint View Post
    Marilyn Monroe Dressed in a Burlap Potato Sack, pics in link. I had never seen these, I looked around here and didn't see them. if they are, sorry.

    https://gypsy.ninja/marilyn-monroe-burlap-potato-sack/
    man even those clear hooker shoes were popular back then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pkstracy View Post
    man even those clear hooker shoes were popular back then.
    LOL I didn't notice the hooker shoes. Thats funny.
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    They were popular in the disco era, every girl I knew had a pair ! LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mansfield67 View Post
    They were popular in the disco era, every girl I knew had a pair ! LOL
    Yep! Me too, I had a few pairs-
    I remember that I almost broke my ass with the first pair I had, but got use to them. Lol.

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    I had a few pairs, not acrylic but wooden clogs about 5". I painted flowers and peace signs on them. Oh, and elephant leg bell bottoms.
    I think Marilyn would have fit right in in the 70's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by navallint View Post
    I had a few pairs, not acrylic but wooden clogs about 5". I painted flowers and peace signs on them. Oh, and elephant leg bell bottoms.
    I think Marilyn would have fit right in in the 70's.
    Yes Nav, I think she was ahead of the times...Bet she would have been the "cool mom" if she had children-
    I had several pairs, one was the clog type, and Yep w/the bell bottoms, (flared legs) Mine were just plain tho-
    My poor ankles when I first got them! Yikes!
    I boogie oogie oogied til I just couldn't boogie no more! Just one big ol' dancin fool! Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erin View Post
    OK, my theory on how Marilyn died. Keep in mind that I have been obsessed with marilyn for more than 20 years now, and I have thought about this ALOT!

    It's pretty common knowledge that Marilyn kept Eunice Murray as a housekeeper. What many don't know is that Mrs. Murray was in the employ of Dr. Ralph Greenson, Marilyn's physchiatrist. Greenson was clearly obsessed with marilyn, and regularly kept her as his only patient, and frequently had her in his house to "see how a normal family lived". Mrs. Murray was planted at Marilyn's house by Greenson so he could keep tabs on his patient at all times.

    Marilyn, in my opinion, had realized that the people she was surrounding herself with were only holding her back, and she was determined to get better. So one day she decided to not see Greenson anymore, and she even fired Mrs. Murray the day Marilyn died. I think that Greenson was so distraught about losing the patient that brought him success and notoriaty, he had Mrs. Murray give Marilyn a barbituate enema in the hopes of making Marilyn believe she was about to overdose on sleeping pills, thus making her believe she still needed Greenson. What Greenson didn't know was that Marilyn's internist, Hyman Engleberg had given Marilyn a prescription for Nembutal (or am I getting it backward) and she had taken several that night. The chloryl hydrate that was in the enema had mixed with the Nembutal and killed her. I do believe her death was acciental in that respect. Mrs. Murray flipped out and called Greenson. He hurried over and together they tried to make it look like a suicide. Greenson broke Marilyn's bedroom window to try to make it look like they had to enter her room from it (as they said her door was locked), and they disposed of the enema's equipment (Murray's son simply threw the garbage in a trash can that was not located at Marilyn's home), Mrs. Murray washed the sheets to get rid of the evidence of an enema (she was found doing laundry at the time the police first arrived), and they positioned her in a way that would be consistant with an overdose suicide. They know she was postioned because there was lividity on the opposite side of her body than where she was found. It wasn't as pronounced as the lividity on her face where she was found laying becasue she had been moved before it could take hold.

    So after my long winded theory, the bottom line is that I think Marilyn was accidentally killed by Greenson and Murray, becasue he couldn't fathom being with out the celebrity Marilyn brought him.

    Now, as for the Kennedy's involvement, I do not believe they had anything to do with her death but they definately DID cover things up after she was gone. There is the red diary that went mising, that supposedly contained notes of Marilyn's conversations with both Jack and Bobby. Peter Lawford (JFK's Bro in law) was also a friend to Marilyn, but was loyal to the Kennedy's. I think it was he who went to Marilyn's house to recover the diary, even before he died, because he (and supposedly Bobby) were seen at her house earlier that day. When they found she died, they jumped at the chance to "clean house" to protect them from any scandal.

    OK, I'm done. Sorry to be so long
    Good theory!

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    This will make a nice Christmas present to myself !
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    I believe it was a bronze casket. Interesting thought on chemistry.
    I am waiting for someone to get an order to do a modern forensic autopsy, then retrieve the casket and open it. Her skeletal remains would still be present, which, while creepy as heck, would be fascinating to look upon.
    God, I sound as creepy as Hefner now.

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    Bronze is pretty non reactive. That's why we are still finding pieces Thousands of years old. I want my Urn to be Bronze. I don't want to ever see any more post mortum or any exhumation photos. She is forever young and beautiful in my mind. That's good enough for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poo Bah MCGee View Post
    I believe it was a bronze casket. Interesting thought on chemistry.
    I am waiting for someone to get an order to do a modern forensic autopsy, then retrieve the casket and open it. Her skeletal remains would still be present, which, while creepy as heck, would be fascinating to look upon.
    God, I sound as creepy as Hefner now.
    Sounds good to me too!!! Who know what modern technology could turn up!
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