Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Marilyn Monroe and Savannah

In my mind the unknown dude that bought this tape is handling it the right way, some things should never be seen so we can maintain a particular image in our mind's eye. Of course I never shy away from nude pics of Monroe but to watch her screw around is a different brand of beer. Oddly enough I can't watch any pornography that involves someone dead, this includes necrophilia and anyone who has passed on by the time I am watching their work. Like Savanah, who committed suicide over 10 years ago, it just seems creepy to watch her in any Vivid entertainment. The same thing happened when Anna Nicole Smith passed away; she went from pin up girl to corpse and I still find her attractive but not in an erotic kind of way. More along the lines of beauty as opposed to sexuality or eroticism. That and I accidentally stumbled upon an autopsy photo of her and it is burned into my psyche forever, which kind of rules out watching Anna Nicole Smith: Exposed.

Courtesy of the Celebrity Cafe:
Marilyn Monroe Sex Tape Will Be Kept Private
14-Apr-2008 Written by: Mallory Groff

A New York businessman has purchased a tape of Marilyn Monroe
performing a sex act on an unknown man.

Not every celebrity sex tape is sold on the Internet anymore; some are kept in private collections. According to Reuters, a New York businessman recently purchased a tape of Marilyn Monroe performing a sex act with an unknown male. However, the unnamed businessman will not be releasing the sex tape to the public.

FBI director J. Edgar Hoover used the tape to try and prove that John F Kennedy not only had an affair with Monroe but also was the male in the
video, which never shows the man’s face.

The FBI informant who gave a copy of the tape to the FBI refused to sell his copy to Joe DiMaggio for $25,000. The informant’s son, however, has sold his copy with the help of memorabilia collector Keya Morgan to the unnamed New York businessman. The only other known copy is in FBI files.

Morgan revealed that the businessman will not release the tape because he wants to protect Monroe’s privacy. Morgan said, “The gentleman who bought it said out of respect for Marilyn he's not going to make a joke of it and put it
on the Internet and try to exploit her. That's not his intention and I would never get my name involved if that were to happen.”

The tape was sold for $1.5 million.

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