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The years changed Marilyn as well, and as she approached her 35th birthday, she was ready to settle down. In Florida, Joe and Marilyn took care of each other like an old married couple. In conversation, Marilyn Monroe blasted her New York psychiatrist which she resolved not to speak to ever again, and began to revere Dr. Greenson, her LA psychiatrist. Little did she realize that Dr. Greenson would succeed where Dr. Kris had failed -Dr. Greenson created the unchallenged, false impression that Marilyn Monroe was suicidal and Joe DiMaggio was oblivious to the fact or he would have taken Dr. Greenson and J. Edgar Hoover apart, piece by piece, as he had previously threatened when he rescued his "wife".
Marilyn Monroe was in love, she was not suicidal. On Aug. 5, 1962, when her body was discovered, the police did not find a suicide note, and when Joe arrived, he received his final gift from Marilyn Monroe, a folded love letter addressed to Joe:
If I can only succeed in making you happy, I will have succeeded in the biggest and most difficult thing there is. That is, to make one person completely happy. Your happiness means my happiness and... [she did not get the opportunity to complete her letter]
Marilyn Monroe had scheduled the final fitting for her wedding gown for Monday August 6, 1962 and the radiant, would-be bride could hardly contain her joy. She had gone from wanting to conquer the world to wanting to please Joe, and this was the marriage that would last forever. Joe called every night from the east coast, they planned the wedding for Wednesday August 8th, 1962. Marilyn Monroe had even dismissed Eunice Murray, the spy who reported her every move, but it didn't make any difference because Marilyn Monroe was murdered before Eunice Murray left, making her Brentwood home the Soviet-style Gulag that Marilyn Monroe had tried, but failed to escape.
Joe and Marilyn had come a long way since 1961, when Marilyn was repeatedly hospitalized for a gall bladder operation and other health problems, and Joe DiMaggio was by her bedside as usual. When Marilyn was finally released from the hospital, Joe went to New York on business. Marilyn flew to LA, happy to be back in Sinatra's town, and happier still to be with Dr. Greenson because he cast himself as her protector and she needed that. What Marilyn Monroe did not need, deserve or expect was the absolute zeal to control her life.
Greenson isolated Marilyn from friends, colleagues and staff and what he called "bad influences."
Writing to a colleague, Greenson justified isolating Marilyn from all her friends by saying "this is the kind of planning you do with an adolescent girl who needs guidance, friendliness and firmness, and she seams to be taking it very well. Of course, she doesn't think about cancelling several hours to go to Palm Springs to be with Mr. F.S. [Frank Sinatra]"
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While Joe made a charity ballroom appearance on August 4th with Dom and Vince, a reunion of the famous baseball brothers, Marilyn called the atelier of her designer, Jean Louis, who had famously dressed her some three months before...now Marilyn had ordered a new gown, but this one would be for Joe -her wedding dress. On August 5, 1962, the body of Marilyn Monroe was found in the bedroom of her Brentwood home. The 36-year-old movie star was naked and facedown on her bed and when Joe DiMaggio learned about the death, he howled like an animal. Joe rented a room, locked the door behind him and the roar came out from inside of him wasn't words at all, it was tears and animal pain. That's how biographer, Richard Ben Cramer described it.
An autopsy conducted by Dr. Thomas Noguchi, then deputy medical examiner, concluded that death was due to acute barbiturate poisoning, and a psychiatric team tied to the investigation termed it a "probable suicide," a creative way to cover up murder. Dr. Greenson certainly knew that Marilyn Monroe was not crazy, he was a trained psychiatrist. If anybody wanted to prove that Marilyn Monroe was mad, it was J. Edgar Hoover.
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