Sixty years after Marilyn Monroe’s death, isn’t it time we let the Hollywood star rest in peace?

Towering over Washington Square Park in San Francisco’s borough known as “Little Italy,” stands the beautiful, twin-spired Church of Saints Peter and Paul.

On the day I walked through this part of town from Fisherman’s Wharf, it was the famous City Lights bookstore that I originally set my sights on, but then, realizing I was near the church in question, swerved off to take a look. Why? It was on the steps of this church that Joe DiMaggio posed for photos with his new bride after their civil marriage at City Hall in January 1954. That bride, of course, was Marilyn Monroe.

https://www.independent.ie/opinion/comment/sixty-years-on-from-marilyn-monroes-death-isnt-it-time-we-let-the-hollywood-star-rest-in-peace-41838662.html Sixty years after Marilyn Monroe’s death, isn’t it time we let the Hollywood star rest in peace?

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