A home movie showing Marilyn Monroe apparently smoking marijuana in the 1950s has suddenly emerged and is reportedly going on sale on eBay. The silent color footage shows the actress sitting on a couch with at least two others, smiling. The actual moviemaker, who wants to remain anonymous, said that the pot "was mine. It was just passed around." Film collector Keya Morgan told CNN Tuesday that he heard about the film while he was interviewing an FBI agent for a documentary titled Marilyn Monroe Murder at Fifth Helena Drive (Monroe's address in Brentwood, CA where her body was found). Morgan, who claims to have paid $250,000 for the footage, says he plans to put it up for sale on eBay. In the documentary, Morgan reportedly makes the case that Monroe was murdered by government agents in order to cover up her affair with President John Kennedy.