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Eunice R. Murray
Marilyn Monroe's housekeeper

Eunice R. Murray

Eunice R. Murray
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Intro Marilyn Monroe's housekeeper
A.K.A. Eunice Joerndt
Was Writer
From United States of America
Field Literature
Gender female
Birth 3 March 1902, Chicago
Death 5 March 1994, Tucson (aged 92 years)
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Eunice R. Murray (Chicago, March 3, 1902 – Tucson, March 5, 1994) was an American decorator and writer. As was noted in it was a principal witness in the case of the Death of Marilyn Monroe.


Eunice R. Murray was born in Chicago, Illinois on March 3, 1902. She was a decorator, friend and housekeeper of Marilyn Monroe. In the official version of the actresses death she was to doubt the fate of the woman, recalled Ralph Greenson who had known her for a long time.

She changed, several times, the version of events as the one issued to Sergeant Jack Clemmons up to the one told in the book she wrote, The last months prepared with Rose Shade, published in 1975, where she said she had cleaned the bedroom and washed the sheets and clothes she wore at the time. She was fired after death of Marilyn Monroe and she retired.

She died in Tucson, Arizona on March 5, 1994 two days after turning 92 years.

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