Natalie Wood Witness

November 22, 2011 by staff 

Natalie Wood Witness, A new Natalie Wood witness has come forward, giving chilling details about the night that the star drown. Marilyn Wayne was on a boat close to the Yacht that Wood was on and claims to have heard Wood screaming for help. Many questioned why the woman did not come forward with the information sooner and she is responding, saying that she was threatened.

The night of the drowning, Wayne says a call to the harbour patrol officer went unanswered, while a helicopter that was supposed to be sent out never arrived. It gets weirder. Wayne says:

“Three days after Natalie died, I found a scribbled message on a torn piece of paper in my box that read, “If you value your life, keep quiet about what you know.” I immediately suspected it was related to Wood’s death because that’s all anyone had been talking about. I was disturbed and even told an attorney about the threat.”

Many ridicule Wayne for not stepping forward sooner. However, the case seemed to be open and shut, so would her statement really have made a difference? It appears that she initially took the necessary steps that night to try and help Wood, but her attempts proved futile.

Natalie Wood’s death was initially ruled accidental, but many have often suspected that foul play was involved. Robert Wagner, who was Wood’s husband at the time of her death (and is now 81-years-old), is not considered a suspect, but there are still those who believe Woods death was not an accident and that Wagner was involved, including Dennis Davner, the captain of the ship that night. He says he was told to “keep quiet” about the matter.

Natalie Wood was a beautiful actress and it is a shame that, accidental or not, she died at such a young age.

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