Marilyn Monroe spent the last hours of her life alone inside her own home but her death may have been captured in audio recordings taken by Hollywood detective Fred Otash.
While Otash has since passed away his daughter found various notes in a storage unit that was owned by her father. The notes contain information about the actresses relationship with President John F. Kenndy and his younger brother Bobby.
What might be the most interest of his notes is a passage in which Otash writes:
“I listened to Marilyn Monroe die.”
Last week The Hollywood Reporter published various notes from the mans diary and in those notes he wrote about placing bugging devices inside Marilyn Monroe’s Los Angeles home.
Otash passed away in 1992 but before passing away he said in an interview that JFK and Monroe “were having a sexual relationship … but I don’t want to get into the moans and groans.”
Otash also revealed that on August 5, 1962 Monroe had a “violent argument” with the Kennedys. Otash writes of the Kennedy fight and Monroe’s last hours:
“She was really screaming and they were trying to quiet her down.”
The detective further adds:
“She’s in the bedroom and Bobby gets the pillow and he muffles her on the bed to keep the neighbors from hearing. She finally quieted down and then he was looking to get out of there.”
Otash in his notes also revealed that Marilyn Monroe was yelling at the Kennedy brothers because she felt as if she was “passed around like a piece of meat.”
After it was discovered that Otash had spied successfully on Marilyn Monroe he quickly became the most sought after detective in Hollywood.
Are you surprised that Fred Otash managed to keep his private notes about Marilyn Monroe’s last moments alive a secret for so many years?