“I Did It For America!” – Dying CIA Agent Claims He Assassinated Marilyn Monroe and 36 Others

78-year old retired CIA officer Normand Hodges has made an astonishing confession on his deathbed. Not only did he admit to murdering Marilyn Monroe, he also claimed that 36 more victims had died at his hands. Why? They were a “threat for the security of the country.”

Hodges was employed as a top-level operative at the Agency and maintained his position for several decades. He claims that over the course of his career, the CIA often used him as a hitman. His objectives were simple: eliminate those who are viewed as threats to national security.

Between 1959 and 1972, Hodges carried out 37 assassinations, ordered because “the CIA had its own agenda.” His targets were journalists, political activists and union leaders but he also eliminated a few scientists and artists whose ideas had been labeled ‘dangerous.’

His most important victim was none other than America’s first major sex symbol, Marilyn Monroe. Hodges says she was his first and only female victim.

We had evidence that Marilyn Monroe had not only slept with Kennedy, but also Fidel Castro,” said Hodges. “My commanding officer, Jimmy Haynworth, told me she had to die, and that it had to look like a suicide or an overdose. I had never killed a woman before, but I obeyed orders…I did it for America! She could have transmitted strategic information to the communists, and we couldn’t allow that! She had to die! I just did what I had to do!”

Marilyn Monroe died at home in her bedroom on August 5, 1962 between midnight and 1:00 AM. Hodges said that he covertly snuck into her bedroom and injected her with a combination of substances consisting of a sedative and a short-acting barbiturate, causing her death.

Having been a trained sniper and martial arts expert, Hodges said his experience proved to be beyond valuable to the CIA. But he claims he didn’t work alone. He was part of a five man operative cell that was on call whenever political assassinations were required.

Is this man responsible for the deaths of 37 people?

The FBI placed the elderly man under custody while an investigation dove into his claims. However, it looks like a rough road lies ahead of the case due to the lack of written files on covert operations. When we looked into the ability of other agents to testify, we found that most of the agents involved were already, in fact, dead.

A major link in the chain is missing as Agent Hodges’ CO, Major James Hayworth died of a heart attack back in 2011. Two of his ‘colleagues’ are now deceased and a third is presumed dead after going missing in action in 1968. Hodges himself is in poor health and will probably die before the investigation reaches a conclusion.

So what are we looking at here? The ramblings of an old man or the solving of one of the twentieth century’s most famous forensic cases? Is this even a veritable piece of news? That remains to be seen.



  1. I always knew she never committed suicide. My mother knew her personally and described her as a loving compassionate woman with a heart of gold…. May God damn politics….. Fear is our greatest enemy….. Interesting is that fear is always focused on the future based upon the imagination…. So is never a real threat that frightens… Only the imagined threat… And for this we commit murder

  2. If they’ll murder ‘poor’ ‘black’ ‘males’, they’ll murder ‘rich’ ‘white’ ‘females’ ..and everything in between. A murderer is a murderer is a murderer…

  3. America is the most sophisticated police state on the planet. This story tears the mask off the lie we are so often told about being “free”. There is no freedom when the government murders peaceful citizens. So, union leaders are also assassinated? It is no wonder unions are so weak in America.

  4. The biggest crime he committed was not in his Nazi-like actions of obeying orders, but in keeping it a secret. Both of which deemed necessary and legal by his government. You’re one to talk then, as you’re no more of a puppet, albeit useless one, than he was.

  5. Total bullshit. Where is the evidence that any of this is true? the spelling mistakes in this article do little for it’s credibility too.

  6. look again, the typo has been corrected or you misread the original, it happens. Look at most MSM articles there are typos and grammatical errors all over the place

  7. Grammar? Okay. Spelling? Where? and Josh was right, “its”, plus I could write an article on your piss poor sentence structure and grammar. You have some nerve calling yourself “Bill Hicks”. He’d piss on you. Bitch.

  8. Marilyn Monroe was definitely murdered, JFK told her too much about the international Zionist mafia that controlled the US, that he was trying to eradicate but they got to him first. l don’t believe she slept with Castro though, he might have just been told that by his superiors to give reason not to question her assassination for the country, or there is a good chance this is a complete throw off to protect those really responsible.
    Pretty convenient that every bodies dead and he is about to die ?
    Actually l don’t believe this crap

  9. Heaven is not bound to US state security, thats why the devil is happy to see you burn for that, murderer.

  10. This is what I also believed but, one has to keep in mind that Bobby Kennedy never would have done the deed himself, he gave the order and the CIA, FBI or which ever of the 16 secret agencies would have executed it. Bobby apparently did visit Marilyn at her house on the night of the murder and was stopped by traffic cops on the way. These cops testified to this effect. I supposed he went to say his last goodbyes or maybe went to check up on a job well done. Unfortunately we will never know the real truth.

  11. Thanks for the article, yes I believe what these guys say is correct. I have read a lot about the night in question and what is said In the article fits right in.

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