The tragic movie icon's Brentwood, Los Angeles home is on the market for $3.6 million (£2.4 million) and Kenny Kingston reveals Monroe would like Pitt and Jolie to move in.
Monroe contacted the medium during a seance on Tuesday (13Jul10) and told him she was very interested in the sale of the home where she suffered an accidental overdose and died in 1962.
Kingston tells WENN, "The Brentwood home has been so elaborately remodelled that it bears little resemblance to how it looked when Marilyn occupied it, but she's still there in spirit.
"She thinks it would be a lovely home for Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. She understands that Pitt is interested in architecture and would appreciate the 'bones' of the structure. She feels that, in addition, their many children would enjoy the warmth of the home.
"And she promises that her vibrations would always be there to protect the Jolie-Pitt family. The home would then have the loving relationship and children that Marilyn had always intended for it during her lifetime.
"To set the record straight, Marilyn was in good health and morale at the time of her August, 1962 passing. There is no negativity in the home, only her love and tenderness. It has often been rumoured that her passing was the result of a suicide or murder, but Marilyn still insists, in spirit, that it was instead an accidental overdose."