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Factual. In the golden age of Hollywood, Marilyn Monroe eclipsed all others. But on the 5th of August 1962, Marilyn was pronounced dead in her Los Angeles home. Marilyn suffered chronic insomnia, severe anxiety and depression and died with bottles of prescription pills at her bedside. Her death was declared a 'probable suicide.' But this official uncertainty and rumours of affairs with both John F and Robert Kennedy opened the floodgates to 50 years of conspiracy theories and allegations that Marilyn was murdered. Britain's leading forensic pathologist Dr Richard Shepherd is piecing together the events of Marilyn''s last hours, using the autopsy report and her recently revealed private medical records.