Who Killed Marilyn?

Marilyn Monroe

“Is she dead yet?” – FBI tape of Bobby Kennedy talking about Marilyn Monroe on the night she died.

Lyrics to “Who Killed Marilyn?” song by MISFITS:

5:25 August fifth, 1962
Found her lying on her chest
Her face all turning blue
You think it was an overdose
But could it have been the pact
Could it have been the Kennedy’s
Was it LAPD

It ain’t a mystery
Baby not to me
Baby not to me

What a, what a, what a mystery
Rotted corpse, sex decay
Breasts all full of slugs
No answer for the accident
Her cunt has all dried up, you see

Make it seem a suicide
5:25 August fifth, 1962
Make it seem a suicide
Make it seem a suicide
It ain’t a mystery

Make it seem a suicide
Baby not to me
Baby not to me
What a, what a, what a mystery
It ain’t a mystery

What a, what a, what a mystery
Baby not to me
Baby not to me

Whoah, whoah, whoah, whoah oh

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3 thoughts on “Who Killed Marilyn?

  1. I think KENNEDY’S killed her, I’ve done a lot of reserch, and it all adds up to Them. KARMA IS A broad KENNEDY! MAY YOU ROT IN HELL!

  2. I think that the whole thing boils down to the FBI files. Do you think that the FBI files made on the order of Edgar Hoover would contain any truth about Robert F. Kennedy being the culprit? The files informant is an unverified source as the file writer had said, he did not check upon those facts and gave remarks that they all might be just rumours.
    Secondly, what fact is, is that Hoover was an arch-enemy of Robert F. Kennedy, who as an Attorney General at the time was his head. Hoover was known to track people and he tracked Monroe too. But putting RFK’s name in there was just one of the many devilish ideas he had in his mind to defame RFK and end his political career.

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