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LA Cop: Robert Wagner's Natalie Wooden Story 'Doesn't Add Up'

07 February 2018

Speaking to 48 Hours, which will air an episode about the Wood investigation on Saturday, LASD Lieutenant John Corina said, "As we've investigated the case over the last six years, I think [Wagner is] more of a person of interest now". Shortly after that, separate witnesses who were on a boat that was in the water nearby, heard a man and woman arguing on the back of the boat and believe the voices were those of Wood and Wagner, Corina said.

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"We'd love to hear from Robert Wagner", Corina added.

"We're doing our last shot here, seeing if anybody else comes forward with any information", Corina said.

Law enforcement is now seeking more witnesses in the death of the Hollywood icon.

There is still not enough evidence however to declare the suspicious death as a murder. Detectives said Wagner and Wood went to the back of the boat and there was more screaming then it went quiet. Investigators are now calling 87-year-old actor Robert Wagner a "person of interest" in the 1981 death of his wife Natalie Wood.

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Corina did not explain why anyone who might know something didn't come forward in 1981 or in 2011, and whether that failure might undermine their credibility all these decades later.

This Nov. 29, 1981 file photo, the 55-foot yacht Splendour, belonging to actor Robert Wagner and his wife, actress Natalie Wood, sits in the waters at Avalon, Calif., on Santa Catalina Island, near where rescuers found the body of Wood, an apparent drowning victim. But the case was reopened in 2011 after the captain said he heard the couple arguing the night of her disappearance.

John Corina of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department told reporters Monday, "We want to talk with Robert Wagner".

Before becoming the subject of a Hollywood mystery, Natalie Wood was considered one of the most handsome and talented women in the world.

At first, it was thought Wood had slipped and fallen into the water while sailing with her husband Wagner and actor Christopher Walken, who she co-starred in the movie Brainstorm.

"That's also what was stated by the homicide detective Tom Corina - he has openly said that - he has not spoken to the detectives". In 2016, he told People that "we were all so shattered by the loss". After two weeks of investigation, her death was ruled an accident.

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Wood, who was best known for her roles in "Miracle on 34th Street", "West Side Story", and "Rebel Without a Cause", was 43 when she died on November 29, 1981. In 2012, the coroner's office amended Wood's official cause of death as "drowning and other undetermined factors".

Corina also confirmed Wood's body had bruises.

"It's very overwhelming and I don't know what to think right now", Lana told Fox News in a written statement.

Natalie Wood and Robert Wagner arrive at the premiere of "The Godfather", on August 24, 1972, in London.

New witnesses interviewed since the case was reopened gave statements that "portray a new sequence of events on the boat that night", said Nishida, the sheriff's spokeswoman.

Wood and Wagner married in December 1957.

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"Somebody's lying", she said.

LA Cop: Robert Wagner's Natalie Wooden Story 'Doesn't Add Up'