Forensic Pathologist and Corporate Speaker Dr. Cyril Wecht is featured in the most recent issue of PEOPLE Magazine, with his insight on the death of Marilyn Monroe. Now 50 years since the day of her death – August 5, 1962 – Dr. Wecht has “a strong suspicion she might have been injected,” given the lack of pill residue found in her stomach. Though true her death was ruled a “probable suicide” after toxicology reports showed high levels of Nembutal and chloral hydrate in her bloodstream, why wasn’t her body turned over to medical examiners for more than five hours after it was discovered? Why did both not-yet-tested tissue samples AND Monroe’s phone records go missing? And were the Kennedy’s involved?
Pick up PEOPLE Magazine featuring Dr. Cyril Wecht for the full article – Marilyn Monroe: Dead 50 Years, But Was It Really a Suicide?