The Marilyn Syndrome
eggs Photo: telepathicparanoia/flickr. Marilyn Monroe is a legend and is considered one of the most beautiful women who ever lived. She had a glamorous life in many ways, but she also had many personal demons to fight, including unhappy marriages and
Marilyn Monroe lived and died in an age blissfully free of the tawdry taint of social networks, but that hasn't stopped some chancer opening a Facebook account in her name and recruiting over three million fans under the banner of the Monroe brand.
In August 1962, American pop artist Andy Warhol got an idea for a work from an article on the death of actress Marilyn Monroe. He got her film publicity photo, making screens of her beautiful face by applying a silkscreen technique, and made more than
Marilyn Monroe's death has fascinated and saddened us in equal amounts over the past 50 years, partly because she was the world's greatest sex symbol/enigma and partly because of the odd circumstances surrounding her
If you attended the Morgan Hill Independence Day parade, you might have got a glimpse of screen goddess Marilyn Monroe. She wore a sensuous pink dress, sat in a convertible and waved with movie star poise. She might have even blown you a kiss.