The Maid Changed Her Story
Sgt. Jack Clemmons responded to a 911 call at Marilyn's house at 4:30 a.m. When housekeeper Eunice Murray was questioned about the time of death, she originally placed it at about 12:30 a.m. Murray told the cops that she had noticed the light on under Marilyn's door at midnight and knocked. Receiving no reply, she called Dr. Greenson. Later, Murray changed her story to say that she went to bed at midnight and instead called Greenson at 3 a.m. after she woke up and noticed the light was still on. When Sgt. Clemmons arrived, he found Murray tidying up Marilyn's room and washing her sheets. Although Clemmons believed the maid was involved in a "coverup," Murray was not questioned again and soon left for Europe, where she died in 1994.