Vanity Fair: ‘Natalie Wood’s Fatal Voyage’

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Source: Vanity Fair– Robert Wagner & Natalie Wood

Source: The New Democrat 

“The 1981 drowning of Natalie Wood, while Splendour, the yacht belonging to her and her husband, Robert Wagner, was anchored off Catalina Island, remains one of Hollywood’s darkest mysteries. The star of Splendor in the Grass and Rebel Without a Cause, whose tempestuous search for love had led her finally to remarry Wagner, was terrified of deep water. How had she ended up in the Pacific in the middle of the night? Drawing on the police report—which includes interviews with Wagner, Christopher Waken (Wood’s then co-star), and others— as well as details from the yacht’s captain, SAM ASHER reveals the jealousy and rage of that deadly evening

I found my love in Avalon beside the bay, I left my love in Avalon and saild away. —From the song “Avalon,” made popular by A1 Jolson.”

From Vanity Fair 

“Watch the new and 7th season of BuzzFeed Unsolved: True Crime! Who killed this Hollywood star?”

The Strange Drowning of Natalie Wood

Source:Buzz Feed– documentary about Hollywood Babydoll Natalie Wood.

From Buzz Feed

I’m only going to make one reference between the death of Marilyn Monroe and Natalie Wood here, which is how they died. Marilyn at least from the best evidence I believe anyone has ever seen and at least has made public, killed herself but accidentally. She didn’t want to die that night in August of 1962 even if she was feeling depressed. But she drank too much and was overly medicated, because she had a history of depression and even mental unbalance.

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Source: Yahoo– RJ & Nat

Natalie didn’t want to die in November of 1981 either and had no history of mental illness or even depression. But she was drunk when she died, couldn’t swim, was on a boat, was way too close to the water, just had a major argument with her husband Robert Wagner, and probably slipped and fell into the cold water. Where again she’s drunk and couldn’t swim even when she was sober let alone drunk.

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Source: CNN– Hollywood Baby Goddess Natalie Wood

Robert Wagner making a bad decision here thinking the only thing that happened was that she fell into the water and even though she’s drunk, he believed that she could get herself out of the water. And did this to teach her a lesson which is don’t get involved with other men including Christopher Walken. He was jealous of the guess friendship that Natalie had with Chris Walken. But there is no actual real evidence that RJ personally killed his little, adorable, little girl like even, beautiful wife Natalie Wood.

And if someone wants me to believe otherwise, show me some actual real evidence. At the very least show me a witness even a drunk one that Wagner pushed his wife into the water and watched her drown and did nothing to rescue her. Or got into the water and personally drowned her himself. You’re not going to be able to do that because Wagner wasn’t on the deck when she drowned in the water.

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