New Lead In Deaths of Dorothy Kilgallen and Marilyn Monroe

Updated: Apr 2

Did they commit suicide, or were they "suicided?" That question remains today, some 60 years after the deaths of two famous American women. One, a TV celebrity and investigative reporter, the other an iconic movie star who remains part of our popular culture. Now, after decades of "closed case" treatment by authorities, author and researcher Mark Shaw is urging the New York Police Department to reopen the investigation into the death of Dorothy Kilgallen. And, he says, that could also lead to new information concerning the death of Marilyn Monroe. Shaw lays out what he's found out in this interview with On Target's Larry Sparano:


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