She was the quintessential sex symbol of the twentieth century, and the only thing greater than Marilyn Monroe’s fame is the mystery surrounding her tragic death.
The “Some Like It Hot” actress passed away on Sunday, August 5, 1962, though the circumstances leading up to her demise have been kept secret for nearly fifty years.
However, a new voice has emerged to shed some light on Monroe’s final weekend alive- Frank Sinatra’s pianist and singer Buddy Greco.
Not a bad addition to the LGBT community, right? Marilyn Monroe has been an iconic sex symbol for over five decades, but a new biography of the actress is saying that she enjoyed sex with women too! Tony Jerris, author of Marilyn Mo... Read Post
Some individuals are so iconic, their fame so omnipresent and overwhelming, that we assume we know all there is to know about them. With the exception of her tragic passing and the mystery and fascination that continue to surround i... Read Post