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June 04, 2021

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Thank you for a tremendous week of posts about an endlessly fascinating figure.
(BTW I watched a documentary recently about Sam Giancana, head of the mob in the 1960s, and the speculation among the mafiosi is that RFK had MM killed.) -- DL

Thank YOU for the invitation to write a week of Marilyn in Poetry from all angles. We'll never know...but having spent two years deeply engaged in researching and understanding her, I have my doubts that it was anything more than an overdose. And that her psychiatrists were the real villains in this sad story. HS

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