Startling new information surfaced in Natalie Wood Cold Case

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What happened to Natalie Wood, the actress who died under mysterious circumstances in the 1980s? Since her untimely death in November 1981, two conflicting narratives have emerged.

On the one hand, many people believe that she died accidentally. She was intoxicated at the time of her death and following this line of thinking, she accidentally fell overboard from the deck of her husband’s yacht, a yacht named “Splendor”.

It might make sense, but that’s just a view. Others familiar with the cold case say her jealous husband Robert Wagner murdered her in a fit of rage.

Well, the second group could have been right all along, if recent evidence is to be believed.

What is this new evidence? There are actually two of them.

The first is, as Radar Online reports, Wood and her husband Robert Wagner had a brutal fight shortly before her death. As this outlet reports:

In the weeks before Natalie Wood’s body was recovered off Catalina Island, California on November 29, 1981, she and her husband Robert Wagner had a devastating fight at a North Carolina hotel.

But it’s not just reports that the two fought. Rumors are rumors and, like free advice, are generally worth less than you pay for them.

No, according to retired district attorney Sam Peronni, the man who filed a petition with the Los Angeles County Coroner/Medical Examiner’s Office calling for the appointment of a coroner’s coroner’s jury, there is someone who can prove that the couple argued about the time of her death. Again, according to Radar Online:

In a second bomb development, said Peronni — a former assistant US attorney in Arkansas Christopher WalkenWood’s co-star in the movie Brainstorm was there during the verbal stoush.

“I uncovered critical motive evidence from Natalie’s probate file and North Carolina, where Natalie filmed the film Brainstorm, including an argument between Natalie and Wagner at a hotel restaurant with Walken present,” Perroni wrote in a Radar-verified copy of his petition.

Perroni’s petition also claimed that “Wagner was in North Carolina the week before Natalie’s death and was probably checking with spies he had been watching her.”

He added, “Finally, I have evidence from a good friend of Natalie’s that Wagner and Walken had an argument long before they began their trip to Catalina Island on November 27, 1981.”

And not only Peronni believes that Wood was murdered. Another man quite close to the situation, the yacht’s captain, does the same. Watch him describe why here:

We’ll see what happens and if Peronni can prove anything as the case has a somewhat tormented history. Her death was initially ruled as accidental drowning, then reopened in 2011, then the cause of death was slightly changed to drowning and undetermined factors in 2013 in 2013, and finally Wagner was named a person of interest in the case in 2018.

So maybe the trend is for the government to determine it was a murder, maybe nothing will change. But based on the Radar Online report, it looks like the cold case has just warmed up quite a bit. Startling new information surfaced in Natalie Wood Cold Case

James Brien

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