Did Pat Newcomb Kill Marilyn Monroe?

And what did RFK, MCA and the Mob have to do with it?

By E. Jensen

Copyright © 2018 by Eric Jensen

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Printed in the United States of America
First Edition, 2018

This book is a revised and updated version of a book previously published under the title “Killed In Camelot. Robert Kennedy, MCA, the Mafia, and the Death of Marilyn Monroe.”

This book constructs three new possibilities to explain the death of Marilyn Monroe, a suicide, an accident and a murder. The contents of this book, while based on solid facts, are presented as truthful “fiction,” and are part of the Marilyn Monroe: Afterlife expo available online at normajeane.xyz. Much of the contents of this book are available for free on the NormaJeane website. Proceeds from the sale of this book will help fund the expo.

Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION
PART I
Chapter 1….FADE IN:
Chapter 2….ANGEL AND HER DEMONS
Chapter 3….FRIENDS AND LOVERS
Chapter 4….MODERN ROMANCE
Chapter 5….MARILYN AND JACK
Chapter 6….MARILYN AND BOBBY
Chapter 7….A TWIST ON THE PALM SPRINGS TRYST
Chapter 8….THE KENNEDY AFFAIR: A NEW WRINKLE
Chapter 9….PHOTO FINISH
Chapter 10…THE FLIGHT FROM CAL-NEVA
Chapter 11…ALWAYS ON THE TARMAC
Chapter 12…SUICIDE SCENARIO

PART II

Love Lost. An Analysis of Last Love
The Kennedy Connection
The Lesbian Rumors
The Drugs That Killed Marilyn Monroe

ALTERNATIVE DEATH SCENARIOS

Unintentional Homicide
Murder
Chapter 13…REDRUM: The Murder of Marilyn Monroe

Introduction

In the summer of 1962 rumors of a Marilyn Monroe and Robert Kennedy affair where spreading through Hollywood. When Marilyn asked her friend and masseur, Ralph Roberts, if he had heard the rumors he replied “all Hollywood was talking about it.” On the day before Monroe’s death those rumors finally made their way into print in a Dorothy Kilgallen gossip column. In that same column Kilgallen also mentions a scandalous photo of Marilyn that was being shown around.
Was the photo taken at Cal-Neva just before Marilyn’s death?

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