Category Archives: showbusiness

A Return to the Scene of the Crime

The Assassination of Marilyn Monroe Reading this book is like watching Oliver Stone’s JFK. There were just so many people with axes to grind in 1962 that it seems that MM died as a result of too many ‘irons’ in … Continue reading

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Live by the Sword; Die by the Sword

Momo This may be the truth, this may be a lie: but someone is responsible for the deaths of the powerful and famous in the 1960’s. Could it really have been Sam Giancana all along?

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Character Eyes

Coroner This is the latest CBC show (now in summer repeats) that features a strong female lead character. Her eyes are like reflective pools of light, and when she’s on screen, everything else fades out of focus. Serinda Swan plays … Continue reading

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An Aquarian Exposition

Woodstock Music & Art Fair (August 15-17, 1969) It was 50 years ago this week that Woodstock took place. No doubt, most of you are already tired of hearing/seeing/reading about this significant “3 Days of Peace & Music”, but it … Continue reading

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A Phoenix, Risen?

Meet Dr. Marilyn Norma Monroe The concept of reincarnation is a tough one for most people. Whenever anyone undergoes past life regression, they take on the persona of a famous person. But what if you are convinced you were that … Continue reading

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A Candle, Extinguished

Marilyn Monroe Found Dead at Age 36 It’s the headline that kicked off a firestorm. From the very first day, the pills were blamed. Ordinarily, speculation like this would need at least a hint from the LAPD. So it seems … Continue reading

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A Candle in the Wind

Marilyn Monroe: A Reflection It has taken me a long time to get around to this person’s life and death. I was 12 years old when she died, and I was heartbroken. Even now, I feel pangs of remorse for … Continue reading

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