“Forever Marilyn” Statue Dismantled

Check out what the 40,000-pound, 26-foot statue "Forever Marilyn" looks like in several pieces.

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Moshpix: J. Seward Johnson's 40,000-pound, 26-foot statue titled "Forever Marilyn" has been dismantled and is in the process of being removed from Pioneer Court. A crew carefully took the statue apart on Monday night through Tuesday morning using a large crane. "Forever Marilyn" will be heading west to Palm Springs Calif., where Monroe was initially discovered by a Hollywood agent. Click here to watch a video of the process.
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