Natalie Wood's Death Now Deemed 'Suspicious' by Authorities as New Witnesses Come Forward

Wagner has refused to pronounce with investigators given they began to demeanour into a resources surrounding Wood’s genocide again. His profession didn’t respond to PEOPLE’s ask for criticism on Thursday.

Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood in 1959

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Wood was married to Wagner twice — initial in 1957 (they divorced 5 years later) and again in 1972 until her death.

“I haven’t seen him tell a sum that compare all a other witnesses in this case,” Corina pronounced of Wagner on 48 Hours. “I consider he’s constantly altered his story a small bit. And his chronicle of events usually don’t supplement up.”

Detectives who spoke with 48 Hours noted that there were countless bruises on Wood’s physique that seemed to be new, according to her autopsy report. “She looked like a plant of an assault,” pronounced Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Detective Ralph Hernandez.

When asked if Wood’s genocide was a murder rather than a comfortless accident, Corina said, “I consider it’s questionable adequate to make us consider that something happened.”

Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood

In Wagner’s 2008 memoir, Pieces of My Heart, he wrote that after a night of drinking, he got into an evidence with Walken over Wood’s career.

At one point, a now 87-year-old actor wrote, “I picked adult a booze bottle, slammed it on a list and pennyless it into pieces.”

As for what caused her to tumble off a boat, Wagner wrote it was “all conjecture. Nobody knows. There are usually dual possibilities: possibly she was perplexing to get divided from a argument, or she was perplexing to tie a dinghy. But a bottom line is that nobody knows accurately what happened.”

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In 2016, Wagner spoke to PEOPLE about his family’s heartbreak and his tighten bond with his stepdaughter and Wood’s daughter, Natasha Gregson Wagner.

“We were all so cracked by a loss, and we were unresolved on to any other,” Wagner said. “My bond with Natasha is very, really intense. We’ve hung onto any other by a years and she means a universe to me.”

The 48 Hours report includes the latest information from interviews with a detectives and Wood’s sister Lana, as good as archival interviews with Wagner, Davern and others. The show’s efforts to get criticism from Wagner and Walken were unsuccessful.

Natalie Wood: Death in Dark Water will atmosphere Saturday, Feb. 3, during 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.

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