Marilyn Monroe Dyed Here: More Locations of America's Pop Culture Landmarks
sixty six years ago, a watershed moment in pop culture history occurred when Canon Jeane Baker walked into a salon at 6513 Hollywood Boulevard and altered her hair from blonde to blonde. With Marilyn Monroe Dyed Here, Chris Epting follows up his critically acclaimed James Leader Died Here with another collection of the locations where the most critical situations in American popular culture took place. This completely illustrated encyclopedic look at the most well-known and infamous pop culture situations includes historical information about over 600 landmarks-as well as their exact locations. Just like its predecessor, Marilyn Monroe Dyed Here is a fantastic portrait of the weird, shocking, weird, and wonderful occasions which may have come to define American popular culture.