This mystery, like the participants, will not die. Marilyn Monroe’s death still remains in question but a new recounting of her last night may hold some answers.
Monroe apparently stayed at Frank Sinatra’s lodge, Cal Neva, the night before she was found dead. Back in the day Cal Neva was a major getaway for hollywood elite.
Bungalow 3 is where Monroe often stayed. The infamous Lake Tahoe area lair of the rich and famous came complete with underground tunnels between rooms that would allow passage from cabin to cabin virtually undetected.
Monroe made a well publicized trip to Cal Neva five days before her death, but according to Monroe’s hairstylist she was also there the night before she died.
Frank Sinatra and mob boss Sam Giancana flew the bombshell actress to the water-front hotel on Frank’s infamous private jet. Frank’s mission was to persuade Monroe, one last time, not to go public with details about her affairs with JFK and Bobby Kennedy, both of them good friends of his. But sadly something must have gone wrong because that morning she was found dead – in Brentwood.
Monroe was discovered in her bed by her physician, face down and braless. Marilyn was known to always wear a bra.
The coroner ruled Monroe’s death “probable suicide” even though there were enough drugs in her to kill about three people and absolutely nothing in her stomach.
To round out the conspiracy, Bobby Kennedy reportedly visited Monroe hours before she died. The housekeeper, Mrs. Murray, was ordered out of the house by Bobby.
Police reports including FBI files and other evidence on Monroe were lost, destroyed or blacked out. Her diary was missing from beside her bed.