DEPUTY CORONER RELEASES NEW MEMOIR DETAILING HIS INVESTIGATION OF MARILYN MONROE'S DEATH
On August 5, 1962, Marilyn Monroe was officially pronounced dead. Now, after 50 years of investigative research, the former Deputy Coroner, who investigated her case and signed her death certificate will make public his personal memoirs on the death of this Hollywood legend.In the new book "The Case of Marilyn Monroe: Memoirs of a Deputy Coroner," Grandison reveals shocking details about his official Coroner's investigation and the cover-up he witnessed by City, County and Government agencies. The book provides an unprecedented inside look at Marilyn's case and presents key facts about the conspiracy which has shrouded her death.
Grandison’s investigation of Marilyn's case spans 50 years, with him being the only remaining public official, who was directly involved with the case. His memoir offers detailed information on the autopsy, medical examination, Suicide Investigation Team and Coroner’s press conference’s from an insiders perspective. His incredible real life experience also includes reading a diary written by Monroe, which was brought into the Coroner's office after her death.
“The Case of Marilyn Monroe” provides vivid detail about the inner workings of the Los Angeles Corner’s Office in 1962. In his memoir Grandison describes being 22-years old and working as a L.A. County Deputy Coroner. On Sunday morning, August 5, he arrived at work to discover Marilyn Monroe had died of an apparent suicide and her case was assigned to him.
Scheduled for release on July 16, 2012, the book is a shocking expose of Marilyn’s life and the circumstances surrounding her death. Grandison's revelations offer surprising new insight into this historic case, while fueling significant doubts about how she died.
The book reveals a shocking chain-of-events leading up to Marilyn's death and how the cover-up began from the moment she died. Grandison describes incredible details about those involved, which includes high profile agencies of the U.S. Government, who were wiretapping Marilyn's house the night she died.
“The Case of Marilyn Monroe” exposes the complex web of deceit surrounding Marilyn’s case, which now has been untangled by Grandison's experiential knowledge and years of investigative work.
He details startling facts about Marilyn’s explosive involvement with the Kennedy’s, FBI, CIA and Mafia. The book exposes a high stakes secret life being lived by Marilyn and her knowledge of sensitive government issues, which may have gotten her killed.
Based on 50-years of research, including 1000’s of pages of declassified FBI and CIA documents, “The Case of Marilyn Monroe” provides the first in-depth analysis of the role the Coroner’s office, Police Department and District Attorney played in the cover up surrounding Marilyn’s death.
Never has Marilyn’s story been told through the eyes of those who participated in the investigation. The book reveals Grandison’s interaction with those individuals closest to Marilyn’s case including Jack Clemmons, the first police officer on the scene, John Miner, the Deputy District attorney who witnessed the autopsy and Jeanne Carmine, Marilyn’s best friend, who also read the diary.
"The Case of Marilyn Monroe: Memoir's of a Deputy Coroner" follow's Grandison's investigation after leaving the Coroner's Office and his inspiring efforts set the truth straight about her death. The book sheds light on this mystery like never before and untangles the web of deceit gripping this case for the past 50 years.