NATALIE WOOD CASE REOPENING
FROM WOOD TO DRIFTWOOD:
Let's see, she had a lifetime fear of going near the water, yet she wanted
to jump into a dingy to go floating around in it? Uh-huh, sure.
Yesterday the Los Angeles Times reported that at long last the 1981 mystery of actress Natalie Wood's demise will be examined once again.
The boat's captain recently wrote a book about the incident, and has revealed that he, Wagner and Walken "concocted the story for police" about Wood leaving her bed to go and secure the dingy, which was making noise and disturbing her sleep. However, one would think that being full of booze, as she was, would certainly pose no barrier at all to passing out.
Asked if Robert Wagner was a suspect in this new probe of Wood's death, police said that currently he is not.
Therefore to put it poetically, there are very few suspects:
They're letting the captain sell his new book
At Wagner they're not even taking a look
Which leaves Walken still on the hook!
Hopefully the folks who might be offering some possible "new evidence" in the 30 year old case will not be bought off, bumped off or coincidentally have any similar "accidents" before they can testify in court! (wink-wink)