Marilyn Monroe was murdered. Bobby Kennedy was there. The Feds and the White House made sure these were not headlines following Marilyn’s death on August 4, 1962. Now, as we approach the 50th anniversary of her passing, the world will finally learn the truth in the spellbinding new book and documentary Marilyn Monroe: Murder on Fifth Helena Drive, by filmmaker / media pundit Keya Morgan.

Through top secret information, never-before-seen photos, recently declassified documents, and exclusive interviews, Morgan finally turns a spotlight on the greatest murder mystery in American history. The backdrop to this page-turning story is just as exciting as the story itself. The threat of nuclear Armageddon dominates the tension-filled months leading up to a terrifying showdown between the US and Russia. As the pressure mounts, the world’s most famous movie star is not only in bed with President John F. Kennedy and his brother the Attorney General, but she’s also intimate with the enemy.

Keya Morgan focuses on conspiracy facts, not theories. It utilizes over a decade of research and more than 300 first-hand interviews with former FBI, CIA, and LAPD chiefs and agents, as well as doctors, pathologists, coroners, and even Marilyn’s ex-husbands. They explain in vivid detail what happened, how it happened, who made it happen, and why. It reveals the true extent of the darkness surrounding certain Government agencies and the lengths they will go to achieve a cover-up. In addition, the book explores the malevolent tactics they’ll employ, as neatly described in the CIA’s mind-blowing “Assassination Manual.”

Marilyn Monroe: Murder on Fifth Helena Drive – both the book and documentary – will serve as the explosive final word on the tragic demise of a timeless screen legend.



A noted scholar, historian, producer, writer, director, and entrepreneur, Keya Morgan first appeared on CNN as a child business prodigy at age 11, and has since lent his expertise to clients that comprise dozens of the world’s most famous people and prestigious institutions. These include the White House, the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institute, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Stanford University, and the Louvre Museum in Paris.

A native New Yorker, Keya first developed a deep and abiding interest in Marilyn Monroe during the mid-1990s, thanks partly to his friendship with her third husband Arthur Miller and later her first husband James Dougherty. He then began to research the circumstances surrounding her mysterious death in earnest after speaking with Jack Clemmons, the first police officer on the scene, who informed him that Marilyn had succumbed to murder, not suicide. This, in turn, led Keya to interview over 300 people — everyone from her husbands, friends, doctor, maid, publicist, and pall bearer to the coroner, the prosecutor, the man who signed her death certificate, CIA agents, a former head of the FBI, and a long list of other people with first-hand knowledge of details relating to her demise.

At the one and only Marilyn Monroe estate auction, held by Christie’s on October 27, 1999, Keya Morgan bought hundreds of items, including much of Marilyn’s private library, with many personally inscribed books. Along with many other items he accumulated over the years, he now possesses the largest Monroe collection in the world, as well as large portions of the estates of her second husband Joe DiMaggio and close friend Marlon Brando.

Additionally, Keya Morgan owns the world’s largest collections of both Ulysses S. Grant and Abraham Lincoln manuscripts, artifacts, and original photographs, many of which have been featured in numerous documentaries, books, newspapers, and magazines, including the cover of Time on no less than three occasions. Today, items from the Keya Morgan Collection are continually on exhibit at the Smithsonian, the Library of Congress, and the White House.

In a full-page article which President Barack Obama wrote for Time, he remarked that his favorite photograph of Lincoln is one belonging to the Keya Morgan Collection. Later, Keya made national headlines when he discovered the only photograph of Lincoln in front of the White House. A CNN report stated that Morgan’s web site,, “received more than five million hits on Tuesday and crashed because of the traffic overload.” He is, according to an ABC interview with Will Stapp, former curator and founder of the Smithsonian’s photography department, an “ardent historian” with in-depth knowledge about “historical American portraiture of the 19th Century.”

A voting member of the Recording Academy (Grammy Awards), Keya has worked very closely with Michael Jackson, Buzz Aldrin, Al Pacino, and dozens of other high-profile celebrities. He has been repeatedly interviewed and quoted by every major national media outlet, as well as thousands of different newspapers and websites worldwide, including CNN, CBS, ABC, NBC, MSNBC, Fox News, The Today Show, GMA, The Early Show, Reuters, the Associated Press, the New York Times, the Washington Post, the New York Post, the New York Daily News, USA Today, the L.A. Times, and People magazine, among many others.

Currently, Keya Morgan is producing and directing the highly anticipated “Marilyn Monroe: Murder On Fifth Helena Drive,” a documentary which has so far been reported on in 189 countries around the globe.