Is Robert Wagner Responsible for Natalie Wood’s Death?
Actor Robert Wagner waited several hours to call the Coast Guard after his wife, actress Natalie Wood, went missing from a yacht back in 1981. This according to the vessel’s captain, Dennis Davern.
According to Davern, Wagner also told those on board the boat what to say to authorities about the incident.
Speculation is running rampant that Wagner is responsible for Wood’s death, but it appears that at this time, he is not a suspect.
Interesting…One thing that I didn’t know was that actor Christopher Walken was also on the boat at the time of her death. I had no idea!
The investigation into Natalie Wood’s 1981 death has been reopened, but police say her husband Robert Wagner is not a suspect in the actress’ drowning.
Lt. John Corina told a news conference Friday that new information is substantial enough to take another look at the case. He said the information came from multiple sources.
This morning on TODAY, the former captain of the boat from which Wood drowned alleged that Wagner was responsible for the actress’ death. Dennis Davern, who captained the couple’s yacht, Splendour, said he was urging homicide investigators to look into the case.
“I made some terrible decisions and mistakes,” Davern told NBC News’ David Gregory. “I did lie on a report several years ago.”
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