Norma Jeane Baker’s Father’s mystery is not a topic An analysis of Marilyn Monroe’s DNA, conducted out sixty years after the actress’s passing, has shown conclusive evidence that her biological father was Charles Stanley Gifford. The investigation that was carried out by Francois Pomes, the man responsible for the documentary titled “Marilyn, Her Last Secret,” has led to the discovery that has led to this confirmation.
Paris Match claims that the creators of the film employed scientific data to verify that Marilyn Monroe’s real name was Norma Jeane Mortenson and that she was indeed their daughter.
They examined a strand of her hair that they had obtained from the person who had embalmed her in 1962 and compared it to a sample of saliva that they had obtained from the great-grandchild of Charles Stanley Gifford, who was the person they believed to be her biological father.
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People on tweeter always have been talking about the matter. We have provided a tweet below about the situation
#MarilynMonroe was born Norma Jeane Mortenson on June 1, 1926. Her mother, Gladys Pearl Baker, listed Marilyn's father as Martin Edward Mortenson on her daughter's birth certificate with the father's address "unknown. pic.twitter.com/JuxGpNt8n8
— Candice Doll (@candice_doll) January 26, 2020
It has been established, at least according to these stories, that Charles Stanley Gifford was in fact Monroe’s biological father and not Martin Edward Mortensen, as was stated on her birth certificate. Mortensen’s name was listed as the biological father of Monroe.
Who Exactly Was The Father Of Marilyn Monroe?
Her biographers Fred Guiles and Lois Banner had previously written about Charles Stanley Gifford, explaining that he was a co-worker with whom her mother Gladys Pearl Baker had an affair in 1925. They referred to him as “Charles Stanley Gifford.”, Monroe was born on June 1st, 1926 in the city of Los Angeles, in the state of California.
According to Marca.com Francine Gifford Deir, who was thought to be Monroe’s granddaughter, just learned that she is actually his niece.
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