Monroe, famous icon of the 1950s, was found dead on August
4, 1962. Her death was ruled as a suicide, and it was
believed to be so for many years. But as you will discover,
the truth is even more sinister. The following document
has been "(unwittingly) authenticated by the CIA
itself, in that when Dr. Donald R. Burleson, author of
and the Murder of Marilyn Monroe, filed
his appeal of the CIA's refusal to release transcripts
of government wiretaps on Marilyn Monroe's telephones,
the appeal, which was based largely on the 3 August 1962
document in question, was accepted; ultimately no transcripts
were released, but the acceptance-of-appeal process did
demonstrate that the document is of authentic CIA provenance.
The CIA could have denied the authenticity of the document
and could thus have turned the appeal down, but they did
not. It is contrary to Agency policy to accept any Freedom
of Information Act request or appeal based on documents
which the CIA does not acknowledge to be authentic; so,
tacitly, they acknowledged that the document is genuine."
is a transcription of the text of the CIA document:
of telephone conversation between reporter Dorothy Kilgallen
and her close friend, Howard Rothberg (A); from wiretap
of telephone conversation of Marilyn Monroe and Attorney
General Robert Kennedy (B). Appraisal of Content: [A portion
Rothberg discussed the apparent comeback of subject with
Kilgallen and the break up with the Kennedys. Rothberg
told Kilgallen that she was attending Hollywood parties
hosted by the "inner circle" among Hollywood's
elite and was becoming the talk of the town again. Rothberg
indicated in so many words, that she had secrets to tell,
no doubt arising from her trists [sic] with the President
and the Attorney General. One such "secret"
mentions the visit by the President at a secret air base
for the purpose of inspecting things from outer space.
Kilgallen replied that she knew what might be the source
of visit. In the mid-fifties Kilgallen learned of secret
effort by US and UK governments to identify the origins
of crashed spacecraft and dead bodies, from a British
government official. Kilgallen believed the story may
have come from the New Mexico story in the late forties.
Kilgallen said that if the story is true, it would cause
terrible embarrassment for Jack and his plans to have
NASA put men on the moon.
Subject repeatedly called the Attorney General and complained
about the way she was being ignored by the President and
Subject threatened to hold a press conference and would
Subject made reference to "bases" in Cuba and
knew of the President's plan to kill Castro.
Subject made reference to her "diary of secrets"
and what the newspapers would do with such disclosures.
indented block of text is redacted near the bottom of
the page, and the document is signed JAMES ANGLETON, who
at the time was the Chief of Counterintelligence for the
and the Murder of Marilyn Monroe
in order to read
an interview that was done with Donald R. Burleson, Ph.D.,
UFOs and the Murder of Marilyn
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