"Box 39": found a box with secret documents that can shed light on the circumstances of the death of Marilyn MonroeBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/box-39-found-a-box-with-secret-documents-that-can-shed-light-on-the-circumstances-of-the-death-of-marilyn-monroe
A sealed box with documents, the contents of which are forbidden to be made public until 2039, was recently discovered in the University Library of Los Angeles. The box contains papers concerning the mystery of the death of the legendary Marilyn Monroe. The film star died in 1962 under strange circumstances. A sensational find can prove that the star was really killed, as many believe. Find out what secrets the "Box 39" hides in itself from our article.A box with secret documents related to Marilyn Monroe, labeled "Do not open until 2039" can prove that the iconic blonde did not commit suicide, but was killed.
The strange box belonged to Marilyn's personal psychiatrist, Dr. Ralph Greenson, who found the star dead. The doctor is suspected of killing Monroe by injecting her with a lethal dose of pentobarbital. "Box 39" is stored in the special department of the University of California at Los Angeles, but access to it is prohibited until 2039.
Detective Aldridge is sure that Marilyn Monroe did not commit suicide. All the tests and autopsy results have disappeared. The investigator believes that there are answers to many questions in the box with classified documents.
The most famous blonde of all time died on August 5, 1962. Her death sparked many rumors and conspiracy theories. Some suggested that the beauty was killed because of her love affairs with men from the influential Kennedy family: John, who was the president of the United States at the time, and his brother Bobby. There is a hypothesis that the killer of Marilyn was Greenson, her personal psychiatrist, who gave a lethal injection at Kennedy's request. And all because the blonde threatened that she would tell reporters about the affair with the president.
Becky, a private investigator, stumbled upon a classified box while starting to study the case of Dr. Greenson, who died in 1979. She expected to find medical papers and research there, but what was her surprise when the documents related to Monroe turned out to be in the box. The investigator was even more shocked that the library staff was not allowed to see the contents of the "Box 39", which is sealed until 2039.Detective Aldridge spent several hours in the library, researching everything she was allowed. The woman couldn't make copies or take photos, so she just wrote everything down in a notebook.
It turned out that Dr. Green was obsessed with his famous patient. He collected all the magazines, books and newspapers written about Marilyn Monroe. In addition, there were letters from people accusing him of the death of the star. Inside the "Box 39" is a manuscript written by Greenson's daughter, Joan, which contains information about her connections with the iconic blonde and the events of the fateful night. The girl says that her father was called at midnight, not at 3 a.m., and neighbors claimed that they saw an ambulance near the mansion at 23.30.
In the box there are letters written by the legendary actress herself, and which were sent to her. It is unclear how they ended up in the hands of Dr. Greenson. Also there are his secret medical files. It remains unknown who classified the box, and why they specified the year 2039.
Becky Aldridge heads Ariel Investigations in California and New Mexico. She began to be interested in the circumstances of Marilyn Monroe's death a few years ago. She was surprised by how many discrepancies in the testimony of witnesses, as well as suspicious circumstances, such as the absence of a farewell note, which is usually left by a suicide.
The fatal blonde had previously tried to commit suicide. But at the same time, she always left farewell notes, and when she died, there was no such letter next to the body. No traces of vomiting were found, which is typical for those who died from an overdose. There were strange bruises on Monroe's thighs, where injections are usually made, which could have resulted from violent resistance.
It remains unclear why the star's housekeeper, Eunice Murray, called Dr. Greenson first, and not the police. Then the maid and the psychiatrist for some reason climbed into Marilyn's room through the window, even though Eunice had copies of the keys to all the doors in the house. In addition, the glass fragments were found only outside the mansion, not inside the room.
Many people from the actress's entourage say they saw her diary, in which she mentioned Kennedy, but the notebook disappeared.Becky researched the testimony of the celebrity's neighbors, trying to find those who are still alive, or their children. Neighbors claimed to have seen an ambulance on August 4 at 22.00 — 23.00. Some said they saw Bobby Kennedy near the house. The daughter of a family who lived nearby recalls that the dog of the star barked for several hours that night near the mansion, which she never left alone on the street. The woman thinks that this is how the pet tried to protect his mistress from something bad.
Detective Aldridge suggests that Marilyn was killed after she threatened to tell the public about her love affairs with the Kennedy brothers and reveal secret information about them. Perhaps the beauty was angry at them and felt used, and then she could commit suicide, knowing that the powerful family would not allow her to tell the truth to the public.
The investigator thinks that Monroe was still alive when the ambulance arrived. Dr. Greenson did not let the doctors take her to the hospital, assuring them that he was her doctor. After that, the man gave the actress a lethal injection, and she died.
Now Becky Aldridge is trying to have Marilyn Monroe's death certificate changed by writing "murder" instead of "possible suicide" in the "cause of death" column. The detective believes that the legendary blonde deserves people to know the truth about her death. Information from the "Box 39" will be able to confirm the true reasons for the early departure from the life of the fatal beauty.
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