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Robert Wagner Allegedly 'Drank Whisky' For an Hour After Wood's Vanishing

Robert Wagner faces new pressure over the 1981 boating death of his actress wife Natalie Wood, following allegations that he sat up drinking whisky with the boat’s captain for over an hour after she went missing before calling the coastguard for help. Wood was boating with her husband and the actor Christopher Walken in November 1981 when she disappeared without explanation from Wagner’s boat Splendor.
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