The case of her death is often referred to as the most mysterious death in Hollywood.
Investigators concluded a portion of the former bruising on body of Hollywood actresses, Natalie Wood, most likely existed before the movie star was sunk in the waters of Southern California more than 30 years ago.
The case of the death of Wood, often called one of the most mysterious cases in Hollywood, was reopened after the testimony of a former captain of the aircraft, Dennis Davern, said on the television program “48 Hours” as well as “Today” in the u.s., there has been contention on the night of her death.
According to Davern, Robert Wagner (the husband of his late, also actor) fight with Wood and he suspect Wagner is the cause of her death.
In the 1981 death of autopsy reports, the investigators mention the presence of bruises on the arms and face that can’t be explained, but the cause of death of Wood was submerged. After the testimony of Davern and re-opens the case, investigators called the cause of death was drowning, plus “other factors unknown.”
Catalina Island Cruise in November 1981 that, in addition to the ship’s captain, Wargner and Wood, were also sailing the actor Christopher Walken, who was cast as co-star in the film.
When her body was lifted from the water, investigators also noted the loss of the lifeboats of the moored ships.
A number of investigators that dozens of years ago to deal with this case was contacted again and asked for more information. However, some objects become evidence in the case of the death of this cannot be found again.
“The location of bruises, the numbers were pretty much, the lack of a head injury, or a bruises on the face shows an indication if the wounds were already there before the victim drowned,” wrote this latest report.
Because of lack of evidence, then the investigator should maintain medical cause of death Wood should be declared unknown, wrote Dr. Lakshmanan Sathyavagiswaran, who wrote a report on the results of an autopsy last June.
Wood is best known for her role in the film West Side Story and Rebel Without a Cause and was three times nominated for the Oscars.
But various theories about her death until now never be proved completely. The detective who initially handled the case, as well as Wagner and Walken, say her death occurred by accident.
In a memoir in 2008, Wagner said involved quarrels with Walken on the night of the incident. Walken and then go to sleep, but he chose to stay awake and when it finally entered the room, he does not see his wife as well as the usual small boat tethered to the ship.
“Nobody knows,” wagner wrote. “Only two possibilities; He tried to avoid a quarrel with that, or he’s trying to tie up the boat. But basically nobody knows what really happened. ”
Detectives say until this time Wagner also is not declared as a suspect in the death of Wood.