LOS ANGELES (AP) — Detectives want to re-interview Robert Wagner, the 87-year-old widower of Natalie Wood, as new details emerge that could lead authorities to solve the mystery of the actress's death nearly four decades later.
Witnesses have come forward, reporting that they heard Natalie Wood arguing with then-husband Robert Wagner the night she drowned.
Authorities say they can’t the original story of Natalie Wood's death murder or bring any charges with the evidence they’ve collected.
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s investigators say they’re closer to understanding exactly how actress Natalie Wood died while boating off Catalina Island nearly four decades ago, but say they would still like to hear from her husband, Robert Wagner. “We’re not pressing charges on anyone … we want...
Police have reopened the case into Natalie Wood's mysterious drowning and are fingering her former husband, Robert Wagner, as a suspect.
In a press conference held Monday, the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department said it's getting closer to solving the mysterious 1981 death of Academy Award-nominated actress Natalie Wood. Last week, it was revealed that Wood's husband, actor...Show More Summary
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Lieutenant John Corina gave an update Monday on the investigation into the 1981 drowning death of actress Natalie Wood. He said he wants to speak with Wood's husband, actor Robert Wagner, who was the last to see her on the boat before she went into the water.
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. Show More Summary
If you're familiar with the name Natalie Wood, you're probably either a film or true crime buff. However, in the 1960s and 70s, the film star was a household name married to the actor Robert Wagner. She died suddenly and violently on November 29, 1981, and according to the orthodox version of her death, she died by accidental drowning. Show More Summary
The newest developments in the investigation involve unnamed witnesses who say they overheard Wood argue with husband Robert Wagner.
The truth may finally come to light. "Accounts from the boat’s captain, Dennis Davern, who has maintained he witnessed an explosive, alcohol-fueled fight between Ms. Wood and [Robert] Wagner immediately before her disappearance, have long stoked speculation of foul play. Investigators said they have two new witnesses who support Mr. Davern’s account."
Erin Moriarty of "48 Hours" reports on new developments in the case of the death of actress Natalie Wood, in 1981, for which her husband, Robert Wagner, has now been named a "person of interest."
This week the actor was named a "person of interest" in the 1981 death of his wife, years after the case into her accidental drowning was reopened
LOS ANGELES (AP) — New witnesses have emerged in the 1981 drowning of actress Natalie Wood, prompting investigators to deem it a "suspicious death" and name her former husband, 87-year-old actor Robert Wagner, a "person of interest," Los Angeles sheriff's officials said Thursday.
It's a new twist in the decades-old mystery of what happened to the iconic actress.
On November 29, 1981, Natalie Wood drowned off Catalina Island near Los Angeles. She had been partying hard on a yacht with her husband Robert Wagner and Christopher Walken. The only other person on the boat was its captain. Wood's death was initially ruled an accident but in 2011, Los Angeles County police reopened the case. Show More Summary
CBS News was the first to report that actor Robert Wagner is now being called a person of interest in the 1981 death of his wife, actress Natalie Wood. The case was reopened six years ago and now has key witness accounts. "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty joined CBSN with more.
"48 Hours" reported that legendary actress' then-husband Robert Wagner is considered a "person of interest"?
US police have named actor Robert Wagner a "person of interest" in the 1981 drowning of his wife, legendary film star Natalie Wood, whose death has been an enduring Hollywood mystery. New witness testimony has emerged on the circumstances...Show More Summary
Almost four decades after the actress’s death in 1981, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has reclassified her case and named her former husband, Robert Wagner, as a “person of interest.”