Death Photos Of Natalie Wood

Published: November 18, 2011

Death Photos Of Natalie Wood, Police United States to reopen the investigation into the death of actress Natalie Wood, who died in mysterious circumstances in 1981 by boat, they said Thursday.The Department Los Angeles County Sheriff (LASD) said new information had emerged over the death, which was deemed an accident at the time but that has long fueled speculation.

Bois 43 years old drowned in a boat off Catalina Island near Los Angeles November 29, 1981. The LASD and the Office of LA County Coroner, which ruled that it was an accident, have studied it.

“Recently, Sheriff homicide investigators were contacted by people who said they had more information about drowning Natalie Wood Wagner,” said a statement LASD.

In response, the Sheriff’s Homicide Bureau “decided to take another look at the case,” he added.

Wood, born Natalia Nikolaevna Zakharenko to Russian parents emigrated to San Francisco, has had a distinguished career in Hollywood and is best known for classic films including “West Side Story,” “Rebel Without a Cause.”

Wood and her husband Robert Wagner, whom she had married a second time in 1972, were spending Thanksgiving on their yacht “Splendour,” with actor Christopher Walken friend invited them.

They had eaten in a restaurant before returning to dock the boat to drink, when a row broke out between heated Wagner and Walken.

Wood left to go to the main cabin, and finally the two men calmed down, but when Wagner returned to the cabin, she was not there. She thought she had come on deck to tie a boat in bulk. It was later found drowned.

“I went over it so many millions of times with people. Nobody heard anything,” said Wagner, quoted by the Los Angeles Times, which said Thursday that police are particularly interested in further comments by the master of boat.

LA County Sheriff Lee Baca told the newspaper that detectives want to speak to the captain based on comments he had made relating the case on its 30th anniversary.

“He made comments worthy of exploration,” said Baca, without giving further details.

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