The founder of Playboy magazine Hugh Hefner, who died at the age of 91 years, during his lifetime, bought a place at Westwood community cemetery near the grave of the famous actress Marilyn Monroe, reports “bi-Bi-si”.
In 1992, this place cost him $75 thousand.
As marks “bi-Bi-si”, the views of the public about wanting Hefner split up. Some appreciated his desire to be buried next to the actress who became the first “cover girl Playboy”.
Critics, however, recalled that Monroe herself has repeatedly told us how uncomfortable she feels because of the emergence of her Nude photos in the magazine. She never posed for the magazine at the beginning of the career, Monroe took part in a candid photo shoot, for which he received $50. Four years after that Hefner for $500 bought the right to publish photos of Marilyn Monroe, where “there is nothing but radio.” In less than a day has sold 50 thousand copies of the magazine.
The actress in his autobiography, wrote that not even received thank-you notes, and she herself had to buy a copy to see your photos.
Died the founder of Playboy Hugh Хефнер10 photos