This is the most authoritative and explosive book about the murder of Marilyn Monroe ever published, including first-time interviews with many people involved in the murder scene and aftermath, who discuss the murder and subsequent cover-up. Marilyn Monroe died on August 5th 1962. There are many theories about her death. There is only one book that will reveal the truth. This is that book. Based upon ten years of meticulous research, the book will include never-before-seen photographs, de-classified government documents, and exclusive interviews. In February 2012, the world will finally know who murdered Marilyn.
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A noted scholar, historian, producer, writer, director, and entrepreneur,
Keya Morgan first appeared on CNN as a child business prodigy at age 11, and has since lent his expertise to clients that comprise dozens of the world's most famous people and prestigious institutions. These include the White House, the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institute, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Stanford University, and the Louvre Museum in Paris.
A native New Yorker, Keya first developed a deep and abiding interest in Marilyn Monroe during the mid-1990s, thanks partly to his friendship with her third husband Arthur Miller and later her first husband James
Dougherty. He then began to research the circumstances surrounding her mysterious death in earnest after speaking with Jack Clemmons, the first police officer on the scene, who informed him that Marilyn had succumbed to murder, not suicide. This, in turn, led Keya to interview over 300 people - everyone from her husbands, friends, doctor, maid, publicist, and pall bearer to the coroner, the prosecutor, the man who signed her death certificate, CIA agents, & a former head of the FBI.
Keya Morgan owns the world's largest collections of Abraham Lincoln
manuscripts and original photographs, many of which have been featured in numerous books and magazines, including the cover of Time on no less than three occasions.
A voting member of the Recording Academy (Grammy Awards), Keya has worked very closely with Michael Jackson, Buzz Aldrin, Al Pacino, and dozens of other high-profile celebrities. He has been repeatedly interviewed and quoted by every major national media outlet, as well as thousands of different newspapers and websites worldwide, including CNN, CBS, ABC, NBC, MSNBC, Fox News, The Today Show, GMA, The Early Show, Reuters, the Associated Press, the New York Times, the Washington Post, the New York Post, the New York Daily News, USA Today, the L.A. Times, and People magazine, among many others.*
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