Marilyn Monroe (1926-62), and her co-star, French actor and singer Yves Montand (1921-91) share a glass of Champagne in 1960 in Hollywood after the screening of the movie "Let's Make Love" directed by George Cukor. (Photo credit should read AFP/AFP/Getty Images)

Marilyn Monroe’s Death: New Clues

New evidence has been uncovered in the death of the most famous sex icon of all time: Marilyn Monroe.
Was her death really a suicide? or a perfect cover-up for murder and scandal? And did her death really take place in the comfort of her own home?
The mystery continues a half century later, in the most unexpected of places. CBS4’s Shannon Hori has the story.


Narcy Novack, the prime suspect in the death of her husband, Fontainebleau heir Ben Novack Jr. talks with investigators in never-before-seen tapes. (CBS4)

CBS4 Investigates: The Narcy Novack Tapes, Part 1

Did Narcy Novack kill her husband? For the first time, hear what she told the police, just one day after Ben Novack Jr., the heir to the Miami Beach Fontainebleau fortune, was found brutally murdered.