More than 35 years after the mysterious death of Hollywood star Natalie Wood, her 1981 drowning has returned to headlines, and people are figuring shit out. #justiceforlana
- Natalie had a lifelong fear of dark waters. This stemmed from her mother, who saw a psychic warning her that someone she was close to would die in dark waters. Wood’s mother had warned Natalie about this prediction – and therefore this fear was permanently ingrained her brain.
- There were only 4 people on the boat the night she died: Natalie, Robert Wagner, Christopher Walken, and Captain: Dennis Davern.
- The night before she died, Natalie went on shore to sleep at a hotel because she was pissed off at Wagner.
- Authorities initially ruled the death an accidental drowning, but that has since changed.
- When Wagner spoke with the police, his theory was that she went to tie the dinghy and must have slipped and fallen into the water – for someone who is legit terrified of water, why would she do that?
- The Coast Guard wasn’t called until nearly 4 hours after Natalie disappeared.
- Dennis Davern later claimed that he believed something more sinister had occurred. This caused the case to be re-opened in 2011.
- In 2012, the coroner’s office amended Wood’s death certificate the next year to include drowning with undetermined circumstances, and Wagner is now considered a “person of interest.”
- Since the case reopened in 2011, Wagner is the only person that has refused to speak with investigators involving the circumstances surrounding Natalie Wood’s death.
- Wagner for sure did it.