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  • If I'm not mistaken (I might be), he had already dumped her by that time. He DID have a "lengthy affair" with her (it was common knowledge at the time), but I don't believe that he was STILL having an affair with her at the time of his death.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thank you for your comment well appreciated :)
  • Your questions are always so badly phrased. Do I believe he was with Monroe the night before he died? No. She was dead. Do I believe he was with her the night SHE died? Highly unlikely, given that he was president at the time and his movements well known. She died in California in August of '62. There is no reason whatsoever to believe JFK was there. His schedule for that month is well-documented. He was able to get away with sleeping with a lot of women wherever he happened to be, but he couldn't get away with hiding where he was, not with traveling entirely across the country. On August 4th, when Monroe died, he was in Hyannis Port, MA. As for an affair, Monroe MIGHT have slept with JFK and his bother Robert, but we will never know. I am not into conspiracy theories -- I find them tedious and tiresome and usually the products of uninformed and/or disturbed minds -- and don't see the point in this one. No, it is not "well known" that he slept with Monroe. It is not historically documented; it's merely a conspiracy theory.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thank you for your comment well appreciated :)
  • I remember watching a 'special' on TV about this. Supposedly, when Robert Kennedy heard about Marilyn's suicide he hired an imposter to fill in for him in Los Angeles and went to Marilyn's home to 'clean up' evidence. This 'documentary' was done by Geraldo Rivera. Its one of the more ludicrous stories out there. As I remember, Geraldo was fired from ABC News because of it.😒
    • Hulk70156
      The affair with JFK ended long before Marilyn's death, but supposedly she was still doing the brother.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thank you for your comment well appreciated :)
  • Probably not that night.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your comment :)

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