Remembered as the elegant blond red-lipped bombshell iconic singer, actress and sex symbol of the 1950s. Her talent and legacy is still carried on by her highly legendary pop painting and influential flying skirt photos. Her name was Marilyn Monroe. She was only 36 when she was found face down dead in her Los Angeles home on August 5th 1962. The official coronas report stated that Hollywood’s face had gone through a suicide by swallowing 40 barbiturates which caused her stomach line to haemorrhage intensely enough that she couldn’t last long enough for the ambulance to arrive.
There she laid on the autopsy table, her skin slightly discolored with varying shades of gray and purple from early onset rigor mortis and her expression so strangely relaxed as well as alluring that one would wonder if she had found peace in her moment of death. How did Marilyn Monroe, beloved Hollywood star adored by everyone, end up here on this cold, hard table? The mystery surrounding Monroe’s death is like discovering a train accident and questioning where it came from with several curving and converged railroad tracks veering in every direction behind it. There are many possibilities as to how she died with different pieces of evidence supporting each one, however, never enough to fully adhere to one solution. All we could do is take
Full Autopsy Report for Marylin Monroe Coroner Thomas Noguchi conducted the operation. He was assisted by Eddy Day. Noguchi 's findings were as follows. Marilyn Monroe Autopsy PictureExternal examination: The unembalmed body is that of a 36-year-old well-developed, well-nourished Caucasian female weighing 117 pounds and measuring 65-1/2 inches in length. The scalp is covered with bleached blond hair.
Initially, investigations occurred, interrogating anyone who would fit to be the prime suspect. Afterwards, it was concluded that Mary had purposely misinformed her fiancé, Daniel Payne that she would be visiting her aunt on a Sunday morning of July 25 (“Edgar Allan Poe”). In addition, it created more suspicion when her mother found a suicide note on Mary’s room table (“Death of Mary Rogers”). In fact, Frederica Loss, a tavern owner, states that, “Mary came in the tavern with a young man with dark complexion and had a couple drinks” (“Beautiful Cigar Girl”). This establishes that the young man could possibly be the one responsible for Roger’s death.
Marilyn Monroe was an unmaterialistic actress, model, singer, and survivor. She was famous for her “blonde bombshell” roles, she also became one of the most popular sex symbols around the 1950’s. One person said, “She went by many names. On her birth certificate she is Norma Jeane Mortenson; she was baptised Norma Jeane Baker; she modelled under the names Jean Norman and Mona Monroe; her initial idea for a screen name was Jean Adair; she signed into hotels as Zelda Zonk and into a psychiatric clinic as Faye Miller. She only legally changed her name to Marilyn Monroe in March 1956, when she was already a star.” While she was alive she impacted the world’s perspective on a lot of things.
“The truth is, I’ve never fooled anyone. I’ve let them fool themselves, because they didn't bother to find out who I really or what i really was.” Quoted by famous singer,dancer, actress, and model Marilyn Monroe. Born as Norma Jeane Mortenson, she had a very rough childhood. Her mother almost smothered her to death at two, at age six she was nearly raped going in and out of foster homes, because her mother was hospitalized with paranoid schizophrenic. By the age of sixteen she had already dropped out and was married her first husband James Dougherty .
Black Venus in Her Beauty Wearing enough feathers to barely cover herself, Josephine Baker won over French audiences with not only her lack of clothes, but with her utmost acting, dancing, and signing. Baker spent most of her life amassing the recognition of audiences all around the world. Wistfully, the United States hated her because she was a black American and they did not see the talent she held. In spite of her home country disdaining her, Josephine Baker embodied the freedom and expressiveness of that which is known as jazz. Josephine Baker was born Freda Josephine McDonald on June 3, 1906, in St. Louis, Missouri.
After Marilyn accepts the possible effects of her actions, she fully understands what must be done. She must be jettisoned because there is, “Not enough fuel - I can understand that… But I have to die for it. Me alone…” (Page 7, The Cold Equations). Marilyn displays her acceptance of death, and her acceptance of responsibility for her actions. In Homestead in Idaho, Geneva is dying and struggling to stay alive.
Ella Fitzgerald, the acclaimed jazz singer, who had had her fair share of struggles to overcome. While she was venerated by her community, (and still is widely regarded as one of the adept singers to this day), the fact that she was African American secured a numerous amount of doors to her professionally. Upsetting many knowing that people’s prejudice got in the way of her authentic talent. Marilyn Monroe had to get