Nearly four decades after the unexplained drowning death of Hollywood star Natalie Wood, Los Angeles County Sheriff's investigators tell "48 Hours" that her then-husband, actor Robert Wagner, is now a person of interest. Investigators want to speak with Wagner about the circumstances surrounding her death one night in 1981, they say in interviews for "Natalie Wood: Death in Dark Water" to be broadcast Saturday, Feb. 3 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
He has long been the source of rumors here in LA as being involved in her death, it is a sad commentary that the Police need to see a documentary (ala Robert Durst) to get off their ass and investigate the long rumored suspect in a cold file murder case.
Didn't he have a TV show in th e early '70's? It Takes a Murderer.
But I, for one, will forgive any Robert Wagner transgressions in light of his masterful thespian display in the Austin Powers movies. www.youtube.com
she was hot.
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The same could be said about a LOT of high profile crimes committed in LA (i.e., associated with Hollywood).
This non-story has been the subject of so many tabloid articles and fake news on TV for so many years that I just laugh when I read it. It is about as real as "exploding head syndrome."
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