Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Natalie Wood Death Still Being Investigated

In the new issue of The Enquirer they are reporting that the coroner took another look at the autopsy results of Natalie Wood and determined she had a full bladder at the time of her death. This new piece of information suggest she was unconscious when she went overboard into the ocean. In one sentence they say that Robert Wagner is not a suspect, but if she was unconscious when she went overboard then that means someone threw her into the water. There are only a few people that it could be and I'm guessing Robert Wagner would be at the top of that list since he and Natalie had the big fight the night of her death.

I wonder if this case happened now, with all the advances in science if someone would have been arrested for her death and if it could have been proved that same person killed her. I think there would have been more leaks and we would probably have heard some more detailed results of questioning that took place between police and Wagner and Christopher Walken and also the captain of the yacht. I'm glad that police have not given up, but unless someone confesses, I don't think anything will ever happen.

43 comments:

sugarbread maker said...

Wagner did it. Captain tried to say that.

Vera L- said...

At this point, unless they are going to charge someone STFU and let that beautiful woman be.

Kno Won Uno said...

A lot of people who were alive, not only when she died, but while she was a star, have long assumed Robert Wagner was responsible for her death. And also assumed he'd never be held accountable.
She was lovely, wasn't she?

sugarbread maker said...

He paid everyone off. That's why. Including the captain.

Frosty said...

Robert Wagner, seriously? Had he had a history of violence toward her? It's seems so left field. I'm really asking

di butler said...

Yeah, either charge someone or move it along. Who does this help? It seems as if it would be more painful for her family, versus less.

cubsfan1990 said...

why does the entry report from trash mags?

Renoblondee said...

Poor Natalie. They'll never solve this.

msgirl said...

Wagner will never be charged, it's too late But I've got a morbid question - if someone had a full bladder I would think it would be released at the moment of death, so that's odd.

Stephie said...

Frosty, I agree. I've never heard of Wagner being violent before or after Natalie's death. If he had committed such a horrible act, I would think his life would have continued to spiral completely out of control with the guilt of what he had done. Christopher Walken, who is no shrinking violet, certainly had no reason to protect Wagner and I would think if he suspected Wagner of killing his friend he would have said so. I believe after a night of heavy drinking, drug use and arguing, a distraught Natalie accidentally fell off the yacht.

nora nader said...

I do think Wagner had something to do w/ it. Maybe he didn't push her or throw her overboard, but he had a hand in it somehow. I never used to believe he did, until I read an article, where several authors stated, that out of ALL of Natalie's friends, family, acquaintances, distant relatives...everyone was willing and happy to talk about Natalie's life and want the world to know how much they loved her...except Wagner. He flat out REFUSES to talk to anyone about Natalie even if it's meant to be in a flattering light.

Well, that right there, raises red flags. Unless you have a guilty conscience, I assume one would WANT to talk about what a lovely person their spouse was and how much they missed her (example: Liam N. & Natasha R.), but not Wagner. Nope. He refuses. Won't budge.

MISCH said...

Whatever evidence there was washed away years ago. Walken never talks about it….we'll never know.

Stephie said...

nora nader, actually he HAS talked about Natalie. He only refuses to talk any more about the investigation into her death since he feels he has already answered enough questions and no longer wants to relive that night.

NaughtyNurse said...

The fact that she was unconscious when she went overboard does NOT mean she was thrown into the water. It could very well mean she was so trashed that she passed out and fell overboard.

Just Another HR Lady said...

@nora I have no idea what the truth is here, and no one will know except those on the boat that day.

But you're willing to convict a man because he didn't want to talk to people making money off books they wrote about the love of his life dying? Yikes, you're harsh.

Lurker Girl said...

I call shenannigans! When you die, all of your involuntary muscles relax and stop working. That includes the bladder and the colon--so what's in there...is no longer held, it comes out. She died in the water--most of that is going to wash away.

Still think that Wagner is guilty

Becca Parker said...

Give it up already!
This is a total waste of time & money.
Just to argue it out, let's say Wagner did kill her. There's no way the LA County DA will prosecute him.
He's 82 years old & has way more money than them to hire lawyers that will make the DA's people look like fools!

The only thing I can take from this is that Wagner has an enemy in the LA County Sheriff's office.
He must have really pissed off someone there years ago for this to keep being investigated.

malcam66 said...

I have a full bladder right now, does that mean I'm unconscious?

Topper Madison said...

I don't think there was any conspiracy. She was drunk. She fell overboard. She drowned. It's really not too hard to fathom. I agree that it's time to let this woman rest in peace already.

D Brown said...

Isn't this the same tabloid that claimed she was yelling for hours in the water and no one came to save her? Tough to yell when you're unconcious.

nora nader said...

@Stephie - I stand corrected. That is not what I previously read and evidently, was inaccurate. Thank you for correcting that. Lowers the red flag then and makes sense.

Still would love to know the truth about the events that night...although, I'm pretty sure none of us ever will.

nora nader said...

Woa! HR Lady, slow down there! [=
I never convicted Wagner. I just said his actions from what I had read and perceived raised red flags.

Just Another HR Lady said...

@nora, I'm confused, you said that not wanting to talk about Natalie meant he had a guilty conscience. But I guess we can agree to disagree, I just found the judgement harsh, especially when I have lost ones and I know that everyone deals with grief differently.

B626 said...

I'm guessing the 3 in this triangle were all in a boozed up 'Blackout'. Wagner & Walken can't even remember what they did.
Drop it.

nora nader said...

@HR Lady - Sorry for your loss.

Regarding the rest: well, now that I found out my previous information was inaccurate, it's all a moot point. [=

sandybrook said...

Lana Wood has always implied Wagner did it and she wants someone held accountable which is why the police never put this case away.

LetLoveRule said...

On another note, she looks like KAte Middleton here to me. And I think the duchess should consider cutting her hair like Natalie did. I think it would do wonders.

crila16 said...
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crila16 said...

She is such a beautiful woman. Gorgeous.

I also don't think Robert Wagner murdered her. I think it was a huge fight, stubborness on both parties...and a complete drunken accident. There was no deliberate murder.

jm said...

Still so painful to think of that lovely young woman experiencing such a lonely and terrifying death. I pray that she was unconscious the whole time.

jm said...

Still so painful to think of that lovely young woman experiencing such a lonely and terrifying death. I pray that she was unconscious the whole time.

Therese said...

it just struck me that Mila Kunis has the same type of looks as Natalie. Could play her in a bio, and they are both Russian. Apropos of nothing. Yes, Natalie was lovely.

Seven of Eleven said...

I wonder if someone's going to show up with a phone number...

Slap-n-Tickle said...

*If* she was murdered, the case should absolutely not be dropped.

Red said...

I doubt Wagner tossed her O'board but neighboring boaters said they heard a female voice calling for help around the time Natalie went into the water. I think her husband was mad, knew she couldn't swim, and still didn't try to find & help her.

T. W. said...

There is no statute of l mitation on murder. As long as he is living he can be charged if there is evidence.

califblondy said...

She was petrified of water. It's so sad that she died in the water. Well, it was sad that she died period. But to think of her fighting for her life in the water is just awful.

Missyrocks53 said...

Totally think there's no doubt it was her dear hubby, but it'll never be proven. I think they just figure that he's old so make some noise about it to make him a little nervous since justice will never be served. And Walken is totally protecting him. That she died in her worst nightmare like Nicole Simpson died hers, that's just so sad. No way someone who couldn't swim, was petrified of the water, and had three men on board would decide to take it upon herself to go fasten a dinghy AT NIGHT in her nightgown. Puhleeze. And everyone heard arguing in the restaurant and in the marina that night. Poor woman.

Missyrocks53 said...

When I say it was the hubby I mean very easily could've been he hit her in drunken argument, she fell in, and he said let her stay out there (which I think is the captain's story). Not that he actually held her down to drown or anything. Either way, his responsibility.

just joe said...

I saw her shopping in a super market at Lake Tahoe. Pictures do not do her justice. She was stunning.

I followed her like a little puppy (at a discreet distance, of course).

Sprink said...

Ha ha ha, Malcam!

Sprink said...

Therese, it's the eyes ( the Mila resemblance).

Henriette said...

I've always wondered why Walken would not tell what he knew about this.