Death of Marilyn Monroe
Who? What? When? Why?
1. Suicide was the lesser believed theory. It was rumored that Monroe was distressed several weeks before she died. She was found face down with sleeping pill bottles strategically arranged near her bed.
2. Accidental Overdose: it was a tragic accident, Monroe's death wasn't the first time she had overdosed.
3. Murder is the most popular theory, an overwhelming amount of conspiracy theorists believe the Kennedy's murdered Monroe, or that the Kennedy's at least had a hand in her death. Monroe supposedly had affairs with President John F. Kennedy and then his brother Robert F. Kennedy after the President passed her along to him.
Media Bias explained
Screen icon Marilyn Monroe has been found dead in bed at her Los Angeles home. The 36-year-old actress' body was discovered in the early hours of this morning by two doctors who were called to her Brentwood home by a concerned housekeeper. The doctors were forced to break into Miss Monroe's bedroom after being unable to open the door. She was found lying naked in her bed with an empty bottle of Nembutal sleeping pills by her side. The local coroner, who visited the scene later, said the circumstances of Miss Monroe's death indicated a "possible suicide.''
Others suggested that a third party may have administered the drug.