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Detectives vie to re-interview husband in Natalie Wood death

Detectives want to reinterview US actor Robert Wagner the 87-year-old widower of Natalie Wood Detectives want to reinterview US actor Robert Wagner the 87-year-old widower of Natalie Wood
Cristina Norman | 07 February, 2018, 01:59

"He's a person of interest because he was the last person with her, before she went in the water", Corina said.

The mystery surrounding Natalie Wood's death is back in the spotlight, and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department is giving it "one last shot" to solve the case. On Thursday, detectives once again named her then-husband actor Robert Wagner a "person of interest". We'd like to hear his side, his version of events. For example, one witness has said that they heard people yelling as well as the sounds of crashing objects coming from Wood and Wagner's room on the night that she went into the water.

Law enforcement is now seeking more witnesses in the death of the Hollywood icon.

In an April 2016 interview with People magazine he said: "We were all so shattered by the loss".

"There are only two possibilities", Wagner wrote, "either she was trying to get away from the argument, or she was trying to tie the dinghy".

Natalie Wood's Sister Addresses Robert Wagner: 'Tell Me the Truth!' "We can never force him to talk to us", Corina explained.

The mystery of the death of acclaimed actress Natalie Wood has endured for almost four decades as the investigation has ebbed and flowed like the tides off a California island where her body was found floating on Thanksgiving weekend 1981.

The drowning of the 43-year-old actress on a Thanksgiving weekend off the coast of California in 1981 remains an open case for USA authorities. If not, it may be the end of the investigation, a Los Angeles County sheriff's official said.

Natalie Wood circa 1980 in Los Angeles, California.

"We want to find out how she went into the water", Corina said. "Time is our biggest enemy here", Corina said. The lieutenant said no new physical evidence has been discovered but new witnesses have come forward, prompting authorities to name the 87-year-old Wagner as a person of interest. The death was originally ruled an accident, following a two-week investigation, but in 2011, the L.A. County Sheriff's Department reopened the death investigation, and a year later the L.A. coroner's office amended Wood's death certificate to change the manner of death from accidental drowning to "drowning and other undetermined factors". She was a child actor who starred in "Miracle on 34th Street" and the iconic "Rebel Without a Cause". "You hear about things happening to people - they slip in the bathtub, fall down the stairs, step off the curb in London because they think that the cars come the other way - and they die".

Gregson, herself an actress, reportedly said she was happy with the investigation but claims her stepfather could not have been responsible.

"Do we have enough to make an arrest at this moment?"

His attorney has said he fully cooperated with investigators. "No", the statement said.

Why Has the Case Been Reopened?

In his 2009 book, Pieces of My Heart, Wagner wrote that on that outing in November 1981, he became jealous and argued with both Wood and Walken. "But he's not! I said why are you lying to me?" she said.

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