Marilyn Monroe The Lost Diary

The fictional character of John Clarke is now faced with a life changing pursuit. Robert Blake, another fictional character, is the reason for John Clark's quest. Blake, an FBI agent, kept secret files about the death of Marilyn Monroe and the whereabouts of her lost diary hidden in secrecy within a storage unit. Robert Blake, as he was dying on the roadside from a car accident, confided in John Clarke and gave him a key to the storage unit. Within the unit was information leading to the location of the lost diary of Marilyn Monroe. At the time, if the diary got into the wrong hands, it could have become a national security risk. The story takes a turn and has an unexpected twist to end.

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The Fabulous Gabriel has written a startling new mini novel entitled Marilyn Monroe The Lost Diary. This new mini novel can be downloaded on Kindle, Nook and all E-Book sites. The Story is both FACT and FICTION. The facts were gathered from many sources including FBI secret files. Contained within the Fabulous Gabriel's book are many scenarios of what may or may not have happened at the Cal Neva in Lodge Lake Tahoe during the last of the golden years with the Hollywood Sect. The weekend of July 27-29 1962 was the last weekend that Marilyn Monrose visited the Cal Neva Lodge. There is much speculation on what happened there that weekend leading up to the circumstances of Marilyn's untimely death. Later that same week the sex icon was found dead in her bedroom at her Brentwood California home. Contained within the book are many scenarios of what really happened to cause Monroe's death. Was is murder, suicide or death from an accidental overdose? When reading, one can come to their own conclusions.




About the Author

The Fabulous Gabriel was born was born in 1948. He is a graduate with a Masters Degree in Music and History from Rhode Island College. Previously he attended Roger Williams College where he received his Associates Degree. He attended Berklee College of Music for one year and then Boston Conservatory for another year. The Fabulous also attended a Graduate Extension course in Archaeology at Brown University. He has many music credits among the years of his songwriting and entertaiment career. He has written songs for the world famous Four Tops, Gloria Gaynor, the Bud Girls Band for Budweiser and many more. Gabriel's main instrument is the saxophone. In his earlier years he played the sax with such famous groups as Tommy James and the Shondells, Wilson Pickett, Gary US Bonds, Bobby Comstock and the Counts, Dick Clark's Caravan of Stars Tour. He then went on to become an accomplished piano player and songwriter. In 1990 he received a gold and platinum album, along with having honors in Cashbox Magazine as having the single of the week and one of the Most Entertaining Albums of the Year with his controversial Elvis album, "Somewhere Elvis is Smiling." That album is current on the collector's website recordrobot.com. Throughout the years the Fabulous Gabriel has written and recorded many original song albums which have sold world-wide. Gabriel has previously written several other stories, "Whispering Pines," a murder suspense story, "Hearts of Bounty," an action romance and "Christmas Holiday on the Moon," a children's Christmas story. Gabriel's most recent story, "Marilyn, the Lost Diary" is considered the best of all.


Introduction

The story you are about to read is both fact and fiction. The facts were gathered from many sources during my research for this book. You can find their origins in the Bibliography. I have studied the circumstances of Marilyn Monroe's death for a long time and came up with my final conclusion: that we will never know exactly how Marilyn died and if her lost diary was ever found. Only Marilyn, herself, really knows what happened on the morning of August 5, 1962, at 12305 Fifth Helena Drive in Brentwood, California. Contained in this book are many scenarios of what may or may not have happened at the Cal Neva Lodge in Lake Tahoe during those golden years. Marilyn visited there on the weekend of July 27-29, 1962. It was her last visit with much speculation on what happened there that weekend. Later, that same week the Sex Icon was found dead in her bedroom in her home in Bentwood. When reading, one must come to their own conclusions on the different theories and scenarios mentioned within the story. Please separate fact from fiction. Who knows, when finished, you may end up having some other conclusion on your own.


The fictional character of John Clark is now faced with a life changing pursuit. Robert Black, another fictional character, is the reason for John Clark's quest. Blake, an FBI agent, kept secret files about the death of Marilyn Monroe and the whereabouts of her lost diary hidden in secrecy within a storage unit. Robert Blake, as he was dying on the roadside from a car accident, confided in John Clark and gave him a key to a storage unit. Within the unit was information leading to the location of the diary got into the wrong hands. The story takes a turn and has an unexpected twist to end.

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013
SENTINEL
"The Fabulous Gabriel' writes novel about Monroe; book signing is July 18"
By Kristen Dowd
Sentinel Staff

OCEAN CITY- Gabriel always had an interest in Marilyn Monroe."The way she conducted herself,"
"I thought she was way ahead of her time."That interest led Gabriel to write and self publish "Marilyn Monroe: The Lost Diary," a novel detailing the legend of Monroe's personal diary and the possible happenings surrounding the actress's time visiting Cal Neva Lodge in Lake Tahoe. Gabriel, a semi-retired entertainer, who likes to be referred to as "The Fabulous Gabriel," said he met Monroe when he was 11 years old. That, he said, was "how it all started." "I wanted to write about something different. Nobody writes about (Monroe's) diary that was never found," he said.Throughout the years, Gabriel worked as an entertainer around California and Nevada, eventually moving to the Lake Tahoe area for a couple of years. He said "you hear things" in the entertainment business, and he grew curious about Monroe's time at the lodge, where those in the entertainment industry would use underground tunnels to travel from their bungalows to the main showroom and, allegedly, to each other's rooms. At the time, Frank Sinatra owned the lodge. "Marilyn Monroe: The Lost Diary" spans Monroe's time at Cal Neva through her untimely death at the age of 36. The novel is a combination of fact and fiction, written similar to the style of "The Da Vinci Code,"The story follows fictional character John Clark, who is inspired to search for Monroe's lost diary based on a fictional FBI agent's secret files about her death. There are flashbacks incorporated into the tale. "I focus in on the last couple of weeks before her death, and I give reasons why there was a conspiracy," Gabriel "The reader has to come up with their own conclusion." Gabriel said it was difficult to interweave the fact and fiction. He "Lightened up" some aspects, saying his research revealed dark details that he felt where to heavy to include in the book. Since many of the book's central characters are deceased they "can't speak for themselves," Gabriel said he has had great feedback about his novel thus far."Everyone loves it," he said.A book Signing for "Marilyn Monroe: The Lost Diary" will be held on Thursday, July 18, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Sun Rose Words Music, 756 Asbury Ave., Ocean City. Books will be available for purchase. The novel is also available online at Amazon.com in both hardback and electronic formats.

Merchantville Author Suggests Possible Conspiracy

Writing under the pen name "The Fabulous Gabriel", a Merchantville resident suggests a conspiracy in the death of Marilyn Monroe in a recent book titled "The Lost Diary". Apparently Ms. Monroe kept a secret diary in which she recorded information about her relationship with several celebrities including John and Robert Kennedy. Based on FBI and police reports, and accounts from "Eye Witnesses", he details the circumstances surrounding the last weekend of her life. To this day the case is unresolved. He even suggests the location of the missing diary.

Using fictional characters, he tells a story that is based on uncovered facts, and leaves it to the reader to draw her/his own conclusions. The book, currently in electronic format, is available from several publishers including Amazon and Barnes and Noble.



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