Hugh Hefner, the founder of Playboy, died at his California home and will be buried near Marilyn Monroe, the actress who helped him make his famous magazine, appearing naked in the first issue of the 1953 publication.
Hugh Hefner will be buried in the same mausoleum where Marilyn is buried after paying $ 75,000 for that place in 1992. Father Playboy will rest for eternity alongside the first Covergirl in the history of the famous Marilyn Monroe magazine.
The relationship between Hefner and Marilyn Monroe is special due to the fact that her appearance in Playboy’s first issue has made the magazine enjoy huge success from the start, but also because those pictures have turned it into a sexy bomb Hollywood.
Born Norma Jeane Mortenson in 1926, Monroe became one of Hollywood’s greatest stars and a sex symbol of her generation. At the 50th anniversary of the death of the actress in 1962 after an overdose of drugs, Hugh told about what Marilyn meant to him.
Asked if he wanted to have a relationship with the star in “Some like jazz,” the Playboy founder replied to CBS2 that “Oh yes. I would have liked. I’m crazy about blondes, and she’s supreme blonde. ”
Yet, although they are bound for eternity, Hugh confesses that he never met the blonde who helped him start a real cultural revolution. “The photos were published in the early Playboy when I was still in Chicago and she died before I moved to California.”
He says there is compensation, however, because he will spend eternity with her. “When I die I will be put to rest with her. There is a notion of completing this. I’m going to spend the rest of my eternity with Marilyn. ”
Hefner will join a number of Hollywood celebrities buried in the Los Angeles cemetery, including musician Roy Orbison, writer Truman Capote, and actor Dean Martin.
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