The Los Angeles home where Marilyn Monroe passed away is back on the market for $3.6 million. She purchased the home in 1962 for $90,000. (Her mortgage payments were $320/month!) While it is being labeled as "Marilyn Monroe’s home", the curious thing about this Brentwood house is that she only lived in it for six months before her tragic, mysterious death.
It is more than curious that she chose to purchase this house -- the one and only house she ever owned --- at this time in her life.
If we can believe what is documented about Marilyn and her downward spiral, toward the end of her life she had given control over to a number of people, namely the doctors who liberally wrote her prescriptions. Is it little coincidence that this house appears to be missing vital areas of the bagua? The fastest way I can explain the bagua is to say that in feng shui, certain areas of a home can be placed within a geometric grid that encompasses every area of existence -- physically, spiritually, emotionally and even monetarily, assigning certain significance to every area. When areas are "missing" it is not the end of the world, but it certainly raises eyebrows that such a coincidence has occurred. Though I can’t see a complete floor plan, it seems that the "Self" and "Wisdom" areas are absent totally from the floor plan of the property.