As we prepare for the 60th anniversary of Marilyn’s death this summer, UK magazine The Lady‘s April issue revisits the subject with ‘The Tragedy of Marilyn Monroe,’ a four-page article by Genevieve Roberts. While dubious sources like Colin Clark and June DiMaggio should be taken with a large pinch of salt, the valuable input from Douglas Kirkland and Michelle Morgan (quoted below) makes it worth reading.
“Because she was so enigmatic, there is so much mystery surrounding both her life and death … She still had her demons and was trying to turn her life around, even though this was not apparent all the time. There were times she expressed deep sadness in the months before her death.”
Thanks to A Passion for Marilyn