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Scandalous: The Death of Marilyn Monroe, premiered on the Fox News Channel on Sunday, and will investigate how former officer Jack Clemmons believed the & # 39; scene staged & # 39; appeared when he arrived at Monroe's apartment on August 5, 1962

The responding officer who found Marilyn Monroe's corpse in her apartment was just one of many people who believed that the actress died under mysterious circumstances and eventually led the authorities to reopen her case.

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Scandalous: The Death of Marilyn Monroe, premiered on Sunday on the Fox News Channel, and will investigate how former officer Jack Clemmons believed that the & # 39; scene staged & # 39; appeared when he arrived on August 5, 1962.

Gary Vitacco-Robles, author of & # 39; Icon & # 39 ;, explained that Clemmons never documented the allegations he made about the possibility that something was wrong with Monroe's death.

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Scandalous: The Death of Marilyn Monroe, premiered on the Fox News Channel on Sunday, and will investigate how former officer Jack Clemmons believed the & # 39; scene staged & # 39; appeared when he arrived at Monroe's apartment on August 5, 1962

Scandalous: The Death of Marilyn Monroe, premiered on the Fox News Channel on Sunday, and will investigate how former officer Jack Clemmons believed the & # 39; scene staged & # 39; appeared when he arrived at Monroe's apartment on August 5, 1962

Images from an interview, years after the actress committed suicide, shows Clemmons describing how her body was & # 39; placed & # 39; on the bed in which she was discovered.

Images from an interview, years after the actress committed suicide, Clemmons shows what Monroe's body was & # 39; placed & # 39; on the bed in which she was discovered
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Images from an interview, years after the actress committed suicide, Clemmons shows what Monroe's body was & # 39; placed & # 39; on the bed in which she was discovered

Images from an interview, years after the actress committed suicide, Clemmons shows what Monroe's body was & # 39; placed & # 39; on the bed in which she was discovered

Most notably, Clemmon emphasized that he had not observed any cups in the room that could indicate that Monroe had reportedly taken dozens of pills to kill himself.

A photo of the scene shows a cup that is believed to be part of a series of 12 that the star bought in Mexico. Vitacco-Robles noted that the collector who now owns the & # 39; ships & # 39; reported that there was a missing person, presumably taken by the police for evidence.

The docu series also emphasizes that Clemmons noted that he saw housekeeper – Eunice Murray – washing something in the washing machine upon arrival, which he noted as & # 39; suspicious & # 39 ;.

& # 39; The implication is that it destroyed evidence, & # 39; Vitacco-Robles explained. & # 39; As the first responding officer, he did not investigate further what she was washing. He has also not published any reports about this suspicion.

Most notably, Clemmon emphasized that he had not observed any cups in the room that could indicate that Monroe had reportedly taken dozens of pills to kill himself.

Most notably, Clemmon emphasized that he had not observed any cups in the room that could indicate that Monroe had reportedly taken dozens of pills to kill himself.

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Most notably, Clemmon emphasized that he had not observed any cups in the room that could indicate that Monroe had reportedly taken dozens of pills to kill himself.

A photo of the scene shows a cup that is believed to be part of a series of 12 that the star bought in Mexico. The cup was reportedly taken by the police

A photo of the scene shows a cup that is believed to be part of a series of 12 that the star bought in Mexico. The cup was reportedly taken by the police

A photo of the scene shows a cup that is believed to be part of a series of 12 that the star bought in Mexico. The cup was reportedly taken by the police

& # 39; A complete inventory of the Marilyn estate was completed at the time of her death. A washing machine and dryer are not listed in that inventory. & # 39;

However, Clemmon's credibility was questioned when he was forced to resign from the LAPD in the 1960s after he and three others claimed that Republican Senator Thomas Kuchel had been involved in a gay sex act.

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The officer's claims have earned their spurs and have been used to support countless theories about Monroe & # 39; s death decades later.

The docu series also emphasizes that Clemmons noted that he saw housekeeper - Eunice Murray - washing something in the washing machine upon arrival, which he noted as & # 39; suspicious & # 39 ;. The implication was that she hid evidence

The docu series also emphasizes that Clemmons noted that he saw housekeeper - Eunice Murray - washing something in the washing machine upon arrival, which he noted as & # 39; suspicious & # 39 ;. The implication was that she hid evidence

The docu series also emphasizes that Clemmons noted that he saw housekeeper – Eunice Murray – washing something in the washing machine upon arrival, which he noted as & # 39; suspicious & # 39 ;. The implication was that she hid evidence

The theories helped raise the mystery and status of Monroe, inspiring countless fans to match the actress.

& # 39; When Marilyn died, the fandom took over & # 39 ;, says the docu series. & # 39; Sex sells that is a fact and people like to believe there was more going on. & # 39;

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20 years after her body was found, the increased awareness around Monroe pushed the Los Angeles Province Board of Supervisors to investigate the details of her death.

The public prosecutor in Los Angeles finally opened a threshold investigation to determine if there was sufficient evidence to treat Monroe's death in August 1982 as a murder.

However, Clemmon's credibility was questioned when he was forced to resign from the LAPD in the 1960s after he and three others claimed that Republican Senator Thomas Kuchel had been involved in a gay sex act

However, Clemmon's credibility was questioned when he was forced to resign from the LAPD in the 1960s after he and three others claimed that Republican Senator Thomas Kuchel had been involved in a gay sex act

However, Clemmon's credibility was questioned when he was forced to resign from the LAPD in the 1960s after he and three others claimed that Republican Senator Thomas Kuchel had been involved in a gay sex act

But his theories helped raise the mystery and status of Monroe, inspiring countless fans to match the actress

But his theories helped raise the mystery and status of Monroe, inspiring countless fans to match the actress

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But his theories helped raise the mystery and status of Monroe, inspiring countless fans to match the actress

The question is how many of the reports have been romantic speculation without any substance and fact, said prosecutor John Van De Kamp in California at the time. & # 39; We thought it was a good time, now that this is all coming out, just to find out what's there. To collect it, view it and report it to you if necessary. & # 39;

Investigators spent three and a half months investigating the evidence and conducting additional interviews to see if they could find any indication of what happened to Monroe.

Scandalous: The Death of Marilyn Monroe also includes interviews with biographers Keith Badman and Charles Casillo and features digitally remastered versions of original film roles with footage after the actress's death.

The last episode of Scandalous: The Death of Marilyn Monroe will premiere on Sunday 1 September at 8 p.m.

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