Mob, Murder, and Marilyn?

April 17, 2015
Hosted by Nina Boski

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Join the conversation as we discuss about how the mob may have played a part in Marilyn's death. Brandon James, the son of Jeanne Carmen will give us his take on how he says his Mom told him it was a mob hit. Then, Immortal Marilyn's Marijane Gray will chime in with her research, along with our Investigation Team member, Ricky Jones (law enforcement) gives us the historical viewpoint as we talk Mob, Murder and Marilyn!

Goodnight Marilyn Radio: The Investigation. The Life. The Movie

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The morning of August 5, 1962, the world awoke to the shocking news: Marilyn Monroe found dead. The circumstances surrounding her death has become one of the most debated conspiracy theories in history. Was it an accident, or something more? Whom did she call? What really happened that fateful night in her Brentwood home?

Now, for the first time in radio history, host Nina Boski will start to examine the life and death of Marilyn Monroe and give you a firsthand look into the feature film, “Goodnight Marilyn” as it goes into production. The radio show also highlights the star’s life, what really made her “twinkle" so bright, and why she is more popular today than ever. Goodnight Marilyn Radio will also delve into the death of Marilyn as we uncover fact from fiction, separating probable theory from outlandish rumor as we hear from the authors, the investigators and the experts who can shed some light of what really happened to the star that haunting night back in 1962.

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Nina Boski

Nina is an entertainment and media executive, radio and TV host, coach, author, facilitator and entrepreneur.

Getting her start in radio, Nina expanded into many areas of media. As an entertainment and lifestyle expert, Nina was a TV correspondent for the Hallmark Channel’s “New Morning” show, as well as LIME’s Healthy Living Channel (now GAIAM TV). She has also been on air on Lifetime TV as well as the WE network interviewing celebrities for entertainment features.

Nina currently hosts her own radio show and has aired LifeBites radio on Sirius Satellite Radio and AOL Radio, and is a main contributor for Positively Positive, the inspirational social media smash with over two million followers, and Australia’s Make the World Move. More recently she hosted and produced a weekly TV show on emPOWERme TV called “LifeBites LIVE!”

Nina’s passion for life is evident the moment she walks into a room. With a unique combination of self-help and entertainment, she combines her media world with helping people and transforming people’s lives. She is also the co-author of a book for women, called the “Spirit of Women Entrepreneurs” as well as her new co-authored book, “The Change.” Her media savvy and experience has earned her a loyal following and national and international recognition as a lifestyle and entertainment host and coach. Nina is also producing her first feature film, “Goodnight Marilyn.”

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Robin Alexis

Psychic Medium Robin Alexis is the Metaphysical Mother®. Her nurturing mediumship style is one of the reasons why Marilyn Monroe’s spirit chooses her to communicate through. Prior to September 11th, 2001, Robin informed the CIA about her pre-cognitive visions of planes being flown into the Twin Towers. After the terrorist attack, Robin assisted grieving family members to contact their deceased loved ones lost in the Twin Towers, and helped to locate their remains. View Guest page

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Lois Banner



Has her Ph.D. from Columbia University, and is Professor Emiritus of History at the University of Southern California, where she taught for thirty years. She is the author of many books and scholarly articles on women and gender, including two books on Marilyn. Marilyn Monroe Personal, a book taken from her file cabinets, was published by New York publisher Harry Abrams; and Marilyn: The Passion and the Paradox, which was published by Bloomsbury Press and widely reviewed throughout the United States and the world. It was listed by the London Times as one of the ten best books of 2012. View Guest page

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Holly Beavon



Called “incredibly credible” (San Diego Union Tribune), a “modern-day Marilyn” (cinematographer Steven Poster, ASC) and a “meticulous Marilyn” (LA Daily News), Holly Beavon is a leading professional Marilyn Monroe impersonator.

Featured in Jared Leto’s short film “City of Angels” (2013), she broke into acting with a film role written for her as a “Marilyn Type” at 13. The winner of numerous lookalike and entertainment awards, Holly has performed as Marilyn across the United States and throughout the world, and was Universal Studio’s first choice for Press Events. Look for her profile in the April edition of Art Decades magazine. View Guest page

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Shari Belafonte


American actress, model, writer and singer, Belafonte began her career as a successful cover girl model and appearing in commercials for Calvin Klein jeans. She made her feature film debut in 1982 in the movies Time Walker and If You Could See What I Hear. She then worked as a production assistant and assistant director in public television on the East Coast before moving to Los Angeles, where she became an assistant to the publicist at Hanna-Barbera productions. While getting her hands wet "behind the scenes," she has also received a number of modeling and commercial assignments, and has appeared on the cover of over 300 magazines. Belafonte's multi-faceted career also includes moderating and voiceovers. She has producing credits for theater, public and network television, and feature films. In addition to her affiliation with numerous children's, animal, and environment causes, she has also become the international spokesman for the Starlight Children's Foundation. View Guest page

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Susan Bernard



Susan Bernard is the author of Marilyn: Intimate Exposures and six previous books, including the bestselling Bernard of Hollywood’s Ultimate Pin-Up Book (TASCHEN 2003) and her work has been translated throughout the world. In October 2012, Ralph Lauren hosted a gala for the launch of the French edition for her book on the opening night of Parcours Saint Germaine. She also attended the Cannes Film Festival where she signed and read from her book at the historical Librarie Private De Sorbonne at the Palais; there was also a photo exhibition mounted at the Hotel Carlton. The book received six pages in the distinguished French magazine Paris Match, and dozens of other publications and on-camera interviews followed. Susan travelled to London during the first week of the Olympics, for the U.K. launch of Marilyn: Intimate Exposures at Proud Galleries. Her world tour will continue well into 2015 with exhibitions and readings in China, Israel, and Russia. Her book will be the first on Marilyn to be published in China in August of 2015, where Susan will be traveling to Beijing to promote it. She commemorated the 50th anniversary of Marilyn's passing with an exhibition at the San Francisco Art Exchange Gallery, in the city where her father escaped to, alone and penniless, from Nazi Germany in 1937. He did his post-graduate work in criminal law at University of California, Berkeley. 2012 would have been his 100th birthday. A resident of Los Angeles’ Hancock Park, Susan is an active member of PEN Center USA, and Childhelp USA and in the midst of her book tour, is currently working on a memoir and an untitled feature film. View Guest page

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Dr. Scott Bonn



Dr. Scott Bonn is Professor of Criminology at Drew University in Madison, NJ. He is also a critically acclaimed author, public speaker, media expert and commentator. Professor Bonn examines and explains criminal behavior and the complex motivations of criminals. He offers insights into various types of crime, including white-collar, organized crime, bullying, domestic violence, sexual assault and serial homicide. Dr. Bonn has made an extensive study of suicide which is dramatically on the rise in the U.S. The tragedy of suicide has touched his life personally and he will offer important new perspectives on this growing social problem in his forthcoming book titled Suicide is the New Murder: Anger Turned on Oneself. Professor Bonn is not your average academic. He combines expert knowledge with a media insider’s perspective into news and entertainment from his twenty-plus years of senior-level corporate experience. As such, he has unique insights into the agenda-setting powers of corporate leaders, politicians and the news media. He is the author of Mass Deception: Moral Panic and the U.S. War on Iraq, a critically acclaimed book on propaganda, terrorism and war crime from Rutgers University Press (2010). His most recent book, Why We Love Serial Killers: The Curious Appeal of the World’s Most Savage Murderers, from Skyhorse Press (2014) is receiving rave reviews and is selling robustly around the world. Professor Bonn received a Ph.D. in Sociology (Criminology) at the University of Miami. He received a Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice at San Jose State University, and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism at Kent State University. He teaches courses in criminology, sociology of deviance, media and crime, and criminal justice View Guest page

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Kassandra Carroll



Born in Dublin Ireland, Kassandra received her first introduction to Marilyn Monroe at the age of 5 while watching her films with her mother, who was a big fan herself and also happens to bear a resemblance to the late movie icon. Kassandra’s Mother sang Marilyn's songs with her father who played the double bass in a jazz band like Jack Lemon in "Some Like It Hot", which is Kassandra’s favorite Monroe film.

On her 11th birthday Kassandra, and her Mother, made a special trip from Ireland to Hollywood so she could place her hands and feet in Marilyn's famous imprints in front of TCL Chinese Theaters formerly known as Mann’s Chinese Theaters.

As to why you are interested in the Marilyn Monroe?

"When I sang Happy Birthday to her statue in Palm Springs Hundreds of people showed up all day long excited as if they were going to sing Happy Birthday to a really close friend. It shows you how Marilyn brings people together." View Guest page

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George Chakiris


George Chakiris an Academy Award-winning actor/singer/dancer with a distinguished fifty-year career in cinema, theater, television and music recording. His body of work encompasses nearly two dozen films, multiple television variety shows and mini-series, stage plays and revues, and concert tours. An early international artist and a ‘triple-threat’ talent, his global reach spanned the U.S., Europe, and Asia. View Guest page

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Marian Collier

WE have a special guest, one of the film's cast members, Marian Collier (OLGA) in the legendary movie,,"Some Like It Hot." Marian will fill is in on what it was like working with Marilyn, Tony and Jack in that famous train scene as well as being directed by the iconic, Billy Wilder. View Guest page

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Darrell Connerton



Working for the Department of Defense for 20 plus years, Mr. Connerton was assigned to Several Departments and Agencies including the Weapon Systems Division. Now working for Riverside County Board of Supervisors 3rd district Mr. Connerton handles all law enforcement issues such as those pertaining to the office of the District Attorney, Probation Department, Defense Attorneys Office, Gang Task Force, and Human Trafficking. Worked as consultant, and was an actor, for the film Olympus Has Fallen starring Morgan Freeman and Gerard Butler. View Guest page

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Paul Davids


Paul Davids is from Bethesda, Maryland, the son of a famous Georgetown University professor of American History, Dr. Jules Davids, who worked extensively with John F. Kennedy on the writing of PROFILES IN COURAGE (for which his father is credited in the Preface) and who was a professor to Jacqueline Kennedy and later to Georgetown undergraduate Bill Clinton. Paul Davids is a graduate of Princeton University, where he majored in psychology and won numerous awards in writing. He then attended the American Film Institute Center for Advanced Film Studies in Beverly Hills. He is married to Hollace Davids, who is Senior Vice-President of Special Projects for Universal Pictures and who has produced several of his films. His latest feature documentary "Marilyn Monroe Declassified." View Guest page

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Joe Dispenza, D.C.



Joe Dispenza, D.C., first caught the public’s eye as one of the scientists featured in the award-winning film What the BLEEP Do We Know!? Since that movie’s release in 2004, his work has expanded, deepened, and spiraled in several key directions—all of which reflect his passion for exploring how people can use the latest findings from the fields of neuroscience and quantum physics to not only heal illness but also to enjoy a more fulfilled and happy life. As a researcher, Dr. Joe explores the science behind spontaneous remissions and how people heal themselves of chronic conditions and even terminal diseases. He’s more recently begun partnering with other scientists to perform extensive research on the effects of meditation during his advanced workshops. He and his team do brain mapping with electroencephalograms (EEGs) and individual energy field testing with a gas discharge visualization (GDV) machine, as well as measure both heart coherence with HeartMath monitors and the energy present in the workshop environment before, during, and after events with a GDVSputnik sensor. Soon, he plans to include epigenetic testing in this research, as well. As an author, Dr. Joe has written Evolve Your Brain: The Science of Changing Your Mind (Health Communications, Inc., 2007), followed by Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself: How to Lose Your Mind and Create a New One (Hay House, 2012), both of which detail the neuroscience of change and epigenetics. His latest book, You Are the Placebo: Making Your Mind Matter (2014), which is an Amazon Bestseller and hit the NY Times Bestseller List within a week of its release, builds on his previous work. Dr. Joe received his doctor of chiropractic degree from Life University, graduating with honors. His postgraduate training covered neurology, neuroscience, brain function and chemistry, cellular biology, memory formation, and aging and longevity View Guest page

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Christine Donovan



Christine Donovan has served as Hotel del Coronado’s Director of Heritage Programs since 1997. In this role, Christine organizes and oversees the archives, writes research papers, and responds to requests for information. She has also authored seven books on the hotel, including the latest publication, Holidays at Hotel del Coronado: Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s, as well as books on the hotel’s overall history; its design and construction; history of weddings and honeymoons; and resident ghost, along with a postcard book and children’s book. www.hoteldel.com. View Guest page

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Scott Fortner

SCOTT FORTNER is a renowned Marilyn Monroe historian and collector. Fortner is often called upon by worldwide news agencies, including Reuters and Associated Press to comment on current Marilyn topics. www.MarilynMonroeCollection.com View Guest page

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Marijane Gray


A fan of Marilyn Monroe for over twenty years, Marijane Gray has been a staff writer for ImmortalMarilyn.com since 2011. She has also assisted authors and journalists with research about Marilyn. In 2010 she created a page where she helps collectors authenticate, appraise and sell Marilyn Monroe memorabilia. Marijane has spent decades researching and studying the life of Marilyn Monroe. Through her work with Immortal Marilyn and several other groups, she has become known as a trusted source and scholar while working to dispel misinformation and protect Marilyn’s memory. View Guest page

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Kathleen Hughes



Kathleen Hughes is an American film, stage, and television actress from Hollywood, California. She was discovered in a Little Theater production in 1948. Signed to a seven-year contract with 20th Century Fox, she made fourteen films for the studio. Kathleen's ambition as an actress came from two sources. She saw a film with actor Donald O'Connor which gave her the idea that "acting looked like fun." Also, her uncle, F. Hugh Herbert, was a playwright who authored Kiss and Tell and The Moon is Blue, among other titles. She appeared in five motion pictures for Universal Studios, including the cult film It Came From Outer Space. View Guest page

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Brandon James



Brandon James is a graduate of the world famous USC School of Cinematic Arts. He has written for magazines such as Femme Fatales, Collecting Hollywood, Classic Images and The Dark Side. He also worked as a consultant on E! Entertainment Television’s TV biography JEANNE CARMEN: QUEEN OF THE B-MOVIES for their award winning series THE E! TRUE HOLLYWOOD STORY. In addition, Brandon has recently finished a screenplay based on Jeanne Carmen’s amazing life story. Brandon James grew up in Newport Beach, California and lives and works there today.

As to why you are interested in the Marilyn Monroe case?

I find it interesting that so many people around the world are still fascinated by the life and death of Marilyn Monroe. Marilyn died over 50 years ago yet she still receives as much media attention today as she did when she was alive. View Guest page

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Sister Jenna

Special guest, Sister Jenna joins Nina as we begin the promotion of Belief Days of Compassion and Healing (September 11-21) and BELIEF, a new TV series to be aired by the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) on October 18-24, 2015. Sister Jenna is an award-winning spiritual leader, author, radio and TV personality, renowned speaker and founder of the Meditation Museum in metropolitan Washington DC. For decades, she has demonstrated an extraordinary level of improvement in the quality of lives of people ranging from heads of government to children in villages. She has traveled to over 80 countries where she continues to provide practical life tools and solutions that empower people to foster and build stronger relationships. Her wisdom, peace, and compassion for humanity are expressed through the variety of initiatives she spearheads for youth, women, governments, and communities and through her syndicated radio show, America Meditating. View Guest page

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Ricky Jones



Consultant to law firms and the film industry, Mr. Jones has performed investigations against organized crime and gangs in Los Angeles as an outside investigator. He has also worked with law enforcement terrorism and narcotics.

He not only has worked in law enforcement for decades, but has been trained as a weaponless defense instructor, small arms instructor, FBI Certified Sniper Instructor, FBI Range Master Instructor, Narcotics Training (special division), he has also has specialized in crisis intervention, crisis negotiations certified (Israel) and held positions in executive management US Government.

Mr. Jones has worked as a consultant on such films as Olympus Has Fallen starring Morgan Freeman and Gerard Butler and The Equalizer starring Denzel Washington.

As to why you are interested in the Marilyn Monroe case?

"I found interest in the Marilyn Monroe case because there are so many unanswered questions, also the many classified documents pertaining to her life and death. I feel that there is a need to have a fresh pair of eyes review without an agenda to the outcome except for the truth." View Guest page

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Elisa Jordan


Elisa Jordan is a journalist and historian in Southern California, where her family has lived for 100 years. Elisa has been a Marilyn Monroe fan for 35 years and has spent that time researching her life, career and legacy. She currently serves as the Marilyn Monroe expert on two websites, has written extensively about the actress, been invited to lecture about Marilyn’s life and has given interviews to international news outlets. In 2012, she founded L.A. Woman Tours, a company that specializes in giving tours of L.A.’s most iconic artists, including Marilyn Monroe. The critically acclaimed Marilyn’s Hollywood tour is an in-depth study of the city’s most famous hometown girl and covers all areas of Marilyn’s life, including her childhood, family, adolescence, loves, rise to fame, career, lifestyle, death and commonly believed untruths, which are corrected. A portion of the tour’s proceeds is donated to Hollygrove. View Guest page

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Dr. Reef Karim


Reef Karim is truly a man of diverse talents. Dr. Reef is an accomplished double board certified medical physician as well as a writer / actor / comic. Using both sides of the brain, he not only helps others but also finds creative ways to inform and entertain.
Dr. Reef Karim is a leader and pioneer in the fields of general psychology/mental health, relationship therapy and addiction medicine. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience, a Senior Attending Physician at the UCLA Medical Center and the founder and medical director of The Control Center in Beverly Hills, a cutting edge, integrated outpatient treatment center for chemical dependency, behavioral addictions (sex, love, gambling, shopping, food, fame, internet/gaming addictions) and relationship therapy.
Dr. Reef has been called “a medical messenger in a pop culture world” as his medical and psychological expertise centers on the world of sex, drugs & relationships. View Guest page

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Leslie Kasperowicz


Leslie has been studying the life of Marilyn Monroe for 25 years. She has been working with Immortal Marilyn since 1998 to protect and preserve Marilyn’s memory and promote the truth about her life. Born in Winnipeg, Canada, Leslie Kasperowicz earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from The University of Winnipeg in 1999, majoring in psychology, sociology, and criminal justice. She now resides in Portland, Oregon with her husband and children, where she works as a freelance writer View Guest page

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Dana Kent


Dana Kent is the co-creator of THE TRUTH WILL SET YOU FREE CONFERENCE: REAL LIFE INVESTIGATION OF MARILYN and has a keen ability to get to the TRUTH of any situation.
Traditionally Dana Kent has spent many years in operational and sales management and consulting. As the President of Kent Enterprises, she specialized in business consulting, motivating and strategy, Dana has led and motivated sales people and increased profits for over 20 years. Her charismatic and no-nonsense approach allows her to be the most sought after consultants of her time.
She is beyond her talents and skill set though, it’s Dana’s energy and passion in the world of motivating and inspiring people to meet their potential that really sets her apart from other consulting professionals. View Guest page

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Douglas Kirkland



One of the best-known and longest-working photographers of our time. He began on assignment for LOOK and Life magazines in the golden age of photojournalism in the 1960s and 1970s. He has also photographed on over 150 motion picture sets, including those of Titanic and The Great Gatsby. Kirkland has been named “Photographer of the Year” (PMDA) and “Mentor of the Year” (Fotofusion). He lives in Los Angeles with his beloved wife and business partner, Françoise. View Guest page

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David Marshall



David Marshall is the author of two books on Marilyn Monroe:

“The DD Group: An Online Investigation into the Death of Marilyn Monroe”, in which he and a group of Marilyn scholars scrutinize all available accounts of her last days and through a year-long online discussion, and attempt to determine the most likely scenario of her passing.

His second book, “Life Among the Cannibals: The Life and Times of Marilyn Monroe 1962-2003” is a fictional biography chronicling Ms. Monroe’s last forty years, detailing her reactions to the later half of the 20th century including assassinations, the Viet Nam war, the AIDS crisis and her interaction with such notables as Janis Joplin, Betty Ford and Mikhail Gorbachev. “Life Among the Cannibals” attempts to quell rumors about her life and career while highlighting the film projects she was involved with, her political involvements, her fourth marriage, and the raising of her two children. View Guest page

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Deana Martin



Deana Martin is an influential American singer, actor and performer and the very proud daughter of iconic entertainer, Dean Martin. Deana achieved success early in her career in films, theatre and television, then quickly added to her repertoire — recording artist, best-selling author, nationally syndicated radio host, licensed pilot, and entrepreneur. As an internationally acclaimed entertainer, hit recording artist and an in-demand performer, playing to sold-out audiences worldwide, Deana Martin has become an instantly recognizable voice and figure in the pantheon of The Great American Songbook. Deana’s 2006 debut CD release, Memories Are Made Of This, stayed in the top ten for 40 consecutive weeks. In 2009 another hit CD, Volare, was released; it debuted on the Billboard charts at #7 and the Jazz chart at #22. White Christmas was another chart buster, released in 2011; it has become a seasonal evergreen, hitting the top ten each Christmas since it’s release. Deana’s 2013 critically acclaimed CD, Destination Moon, is currently playing on over 1200 radio stations around the U.S., reinforcing her renowned status as hit recording artist. A celebrated author, Deana Martin found herself on the New York Times coveted Best Seller list with her 2004 memoir, Memories Are Made of This: Dean Martin Through His Daughters Eyes. In it, Deana delights in sharing wonderful, never-before-told stories about her father and his Pallies. To her they were known as, Uncle Frank (Sinatra) and Uncle Sammy (Davis, Jr.) – to the world, they were known as the Rat Pack. The book will soon be made into a movie, directed by actor Joe Mantegna, with screenplay written by actor/writer/television host Bonnie Hunt, and starring Jennifer Love Hewitt. For more information on Deana Martin, her career and upcoming concert appearances, please visit her website at www.DeanaMartin.com. View Guest page

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Owen “Skip” McOmber



A proactive law enforcement professional for over 16 years. Working with extensive experience in patrol operations, various detective assignments, officer training and high level (Chief of Police) staff positions, including being assigned to the 1984 Olympics for anti-terrorist response as a member of special LAPD Counter Assault Team (Automatic Weapons Squad). Other responsibilities within the law enforcement included coordinating all manpower and response plans for large events occurring in the city, updating standing plans for riots, major civil disturbances and natural disasters as well as provided liaison with LAPD Metropolitan Division and the US Secret Service for dignitary protection requiring LAPD personnel re-deployment.

From 1981 – 1994 Owen served as the highest rank in the Los Angeles Police Department as a Patrol Sergeant, Detective I.

As to why you are interested in the Marilyn Monroe case?

The Monroe case has intrigued me for decades. Too many unanswered questions and rumors from fellow Detectives. As a former Homicide Detective, an opportunity to take another look at this case is compelling. View Guest page

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Don O'Melveny



Don O'Melveny is a graduate of the USC School of Cinema. Two of his screenplays have been produced, Nightfighters and the HBO World Premier of Extramarital. His screenplay, Goodnight Marilyn, formally titled No City for Dreaming, was previously optioned by HBO, however the network ultimately chose to produce a less controversial documentary piece, Norma Jean and Marilyn starring Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino.

His book No City for Dreaming was released last year to commemorate the 50th anniversary of her death, reaching the Top Ten weekly ranking for Mystery/Thrillers on Amazon. O’Melveny works extensively in the modern and contemporary art world, recently creating the special TRIBUTE for Marilyn Monroe with award winning artists nationwide.

As to why I am interested in the Marilyn case:

"Marilyn is one of the most fascinating stars of all time and the mystery surrounding her death still haunts many of us today, me included." View Guest page

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Mary Jane Popp



More than well-educated and articulate, Mary Jane Popp is a thinking self-motivated Woman whose skills and professionalism will take her rocketing into the new Millennium. Her entertainment background has given her the ability to communicate with the masses, yet maintain a one-on-one relationship. She can give you the inside track on the famous and the infamous. She has anchored the Prime Time News on two coasts. She has been a reporter on Features from Bungee jumping to Hurricanes. She has produced and anchored her own Radio and TV Talk Programs interviewing the likes of Nancy Reagan and Roslyn Carter to Rock Hudson and Joan Collins….from gossip Columnist Liz Smith to Fashion Mogul Mr. Blackwell. She possesses the knack to influence and inspire others by delivering old material in a new and exciting fashion. She can be aggressive when called for. She can be a caring shoulder when needed. She can reach into the deepest psyche and separate truth from fiction. She has written, produced and voiced hundreds of Radio and TV commercials, and she writes for many periodicals on a myriad of topics. She writes “The Poppoff Report” a stimulating column from celebs to lifestyle. She has produced and Co-Hosted a business magazine TV program called “Resource Sacramento”. But her passion is the fastest growing new Radio concept “POPPOFF” which she both Produces and Hosts. “POPPOFF” is a fast moving Radio Magazine show with topics from health and politics to relationships and Hollywood entertainment. It is different in that each segment is introduced with appropriate music to stimulate the mind. Mary Jane is also co-author of the nationally acclaimed book “Marilyn, Joe and Me” with the niece of Joe DiMaggio…June DiMaggio on the life and times of the star-crossed lovers. View Guest page

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Drew Ann Rosenberg



Drew began her career in the arts working in off-Broadway theatre, New York City. She has had a highly successful career as a first assistant director with an impressive roster of credits (over 50 movies, among them six Academy Award-winners) including L.A. Confidential, Philadelphia, Misery, The Bad Lieutenant, Reversal of Fortune, Running on Empty, Along Came Polly, Ghostbusters II and Friends with Money, as well as seven features for HBO. She has won a DGA award (Lackawanna Blues) and received two additional nominations. Her latest feature, Hole in One, was recently released worldwide by Universal and has been named by The Hollywood Reporter as one of the top ten most-pirated movies in the world (along with Iron Man 2, Get Him to the Greek and Predator). Other features include Follow the Prophet and Sex and a Girl and the short film Daybreak, which received an L.A. Emmy. She is currently in development on several new films including The Lunatic Fringe, written by academy award-winning writer Barry Morrow of Rainman, Crazy for You, written by Bruce Miller, produced by Dean Devlin, Lisa Brenner and David Permut, and Blindsided, a true story produced by David Rosemont. Drew was also one of a handful of directors who shot 65 one-hour episodes for the FOX series Saints & Sinners starring Maria Conchita Alonso, Robin Givens, Mel Harris, Charles Shaunnessy, Natalie Martinez and Scott Bailey. View Guest page

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Greg Schreiner



Greg Schreiner the pianist, narrator and producer of Hollywood Revisited (www.hollywoodrevisited.com). He has appeared on numerous television programs including AMC’s Hollywood Fashion Machine, A &E’s The Incurable Collector, Entertainment Tonight, The Montel Williams Show and Turner Classic Movies. He has been chosen 2003-2014 for inclusion in Who’s Who in America. He is musical director for Broadway singer, Karen Morrow. He holds Master Degrees in piano performance from UCLA and Western Illinois University. Mr. Schreiner is president of the Marilyn Monroe Fan Club (www.marilynrememberd.org).

Why I love Marilyn:

“Marilyn represents a beautiful spirit whose radiant goodness captured my heart as a child and enriches my life everyday.” View Guest page

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Michael Selsman


Michael Selsman has been an executive or producer at 20th Century-Fox, Paramount, MGM, Universal, and Samuel Goldwyn Productions, at Goldwyn Studios, as well as an independent producer and a theatrical agent with Artists Agency Corporation, now ICM. He is considered an expert source on international entertainment and has been quoted in such publications as Time, Newsweek, TV Guide, and in various newspapers and books on the subjects of contracts and changing mores and social values in the media and commenting on Hollywood studio history. Michael has appeared on national and international television programs, and has guest lectured at schools and universities including UCLA, USC, & Pepperdine University, Troika Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of Michael Selsman’s “All is Vanity”, Selsman represented such mega-stars as all three Fondas, Jimmy Stewart, James Mason, Rock Hudson, Marlene Dietrich, Peter Sellers, Cary Grant, and many others. View Guest page

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Rhonda Shear


Having spent 25 years in the Hollywood spotlight as an actress, comedienne and host, Rhonda Shear knows a thing or two about making the most of her assets! Star of the popular late night series USA Up All Night (1989), Shear learned the art of illusion and camouflage from Hollywood's top costume designers. Now, with her fresh, innovative and glamorous line of intimates, Rhonda brings these tricks of the trade to women everywhere on HSN. View Guest page

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Mary Sims



As President of Immortal Marilyn Fan Club, one of the longest standing internet groups dedicated to Marilyn Monroe, Mary heads a group of more than 10,000 Marilyn Monroe fans from around the world. She has been studying Marilyn’s life for more than 30 years. She has been married for 35 years and makes her home with her husband and son in Austin, Minnesota View Guest page

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Elizabeth Summers



Spiritually guiding clients since 1988, Elizabeth Summers, Esoteric Numerologer and Medium provides practical information by combining the ancient tools of Western and Chaldean Number interpretations, Tarot and Astrology in all her readings. Focusing on bringing clarity to her client’s human journey both in the now and the bigger blueprint of this incarnation, Elizabeth Summers’ expertise combined with a touch of humor, puts client lives into perspective. Esoteric Numerologer Elizabeth Summers is adept at interpreting an ancient system of codes based on the Pythagorean System, today known as Western Numerology. In addition, combining Astrology, the ancient Chaldean Numerology codes with the Quabala interpretations of the Tarot, Elizabeth Summers adds depth of interpretation to all her personal readings. Decoding an individual’s temperament and personality, their attitude towards life, emotional reactions, best career choices, deepest desires, and their general lifetime issues are empowering encouraging a successful human experience. Her Numerology columns are published in print magazines nationwide as well as in Internet publications. View Guest page

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April VeVea


April is a contributor and researcher on Immortal Marilyn.com and is writing a book on the star and has a blog called, http://marilynadayinthelife.com. View Guest page

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Gary Vitacco-Roble



Gary Vitacco-Robles is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and National Certified Counselor in practice in Tampa, Florida. He holds a master's degree in Counselor Education from the University of South Florida.

For twenty-one years, Gary has provided trauma-focused treatment to children and families who have survived sexual & physical abuse or neglect and has treated youth with sexual behavior problems. He is also both the chairperson and a founding member of a sexual abuse intervention network. Since 1986, Gary has served as an advocate for both survivors of trauma and individuals managing their major psychiatric disorders. Gary is currently employed by a behavioral health organization as a program manager for both child and adult outpatient services. He has been a mental health provider in the Tampa Bay area since 1986.

Gary is the author of Cursum Perficio: Marilyn Monroe's Brentwood Hacienda/The Story of Her Final Months and ICON: The Life, Times, and Films of Marilyn Monroe, Volumes One and Two. Released in 2014, ICON has been critically acclaimed as the most comprehensive and definitive biography of the actress. View Guest page

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Gary Vitacco-Robles


Gary Vitacco-Robles is the best-selling author of Cursum Perficio: Marilyn Monroe's Brentwood Hacienda/The Story of Her Final Months and ICON: The Life, Times, and Films of Marilyn Monroe, Volume 1 &2. He is also a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and National Certified Counselor in practice in Tampa, Florida. He holds a master's degree in Counselor Education from the University of South Florida. For twenty-one years, Gary has provided trauma-focused treatment to children and families who have survived sexual & physical abuse or neglect and has treated youth with sexual behavior problems. He is also both the chairperson and a founding member of a sexual abuse intervention network. Since 1986, Gary has served as an advocate for both survivors of trauma and individuals managing their major psychiatric disorders and is highly qualified to talk about Marilyn’s mental health disorders. View Guest page

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Dr. Cyril Wecht


Dr. Cyril Wecht is a forensic pathologist who became famous appearing on television and consulting on deaths with a high media profile. Some of the cases include; Robert F. Kennedy, Sharon Tate, Brian Jones, The Symbionese Liberation Army shootout, John F. Kennedy, The Legionnaires’ Disease panic, Elvis Presley, JonBenét Ramsey, Dr. Herman Tarnower (the Scarsdale diet guru), Danielle van Dam, Sunny von Bülow, the Branch Davidian incident, Vincent Foster, Laci Peterson and most recently Daniel and Anna Nicole Smith. During his career, Wecht performed more than 20,000 autopsies. He is a clinical professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and an adjunct professor of law at Duquesne University. He is the forensic investigator for the Marilyn investigation, along with Dr. Michael Badden. View Guest page

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