There Is No Excuse Whatsoever For This Post

Except that, when photographs of Marilyn Monroe that have been unseen since 1952 suddenly are made public–3-D photos at that!–who can resist? These pictures, taken by an amateur at a party to which MM was helicoptered in, are being auctioned by the photographer and are expected to bring up to $100,000. For that, they probably will throw in the 3-D viewer. But you don’t have to pay any such sum, you can see them right here:

Much more at the link.

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