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Post by CaledonianCraig on Sat 03 Feb 2018, 1:07 pm

Investigators have named Robert Wagner as a 'person of interest' with regards to his late wife's death in the early 1980s when she fell from his yacht and drowned. Apparently new witnesses have come forward and investigators have been wanting to speak to Wagner but he is refusing to answer any questions about it.

My thoughts are there are lots of reasons to be suspicious and it is frankly very surprising that these were not picked up on at the time. When her body was found there were bruises on her face, apparently scratch marks made by her fingernails were found on the side of the boat and a broken glass was found there as well. Also Wagner's claim that he thought she had got in the dinghy to go back to shore stinks of BS given that Natalie Wood had a great fear of water. Also, apparently, his story has changed on what happened from the original statement he gave to the police plus investigators say he has point blank refused to answer any of their questions but then claims to have been fully co-operative with investigators.
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Post by TRUSSMAN66 on Sat 03 Feb 2018, 2:21 pm

Don't be saying Wagner's view of events stinks of BS....

Libellous and ignorant..

No one saw the guy throw her in...He had a drunken row with his Wife so what ??...

She probably got upset and her fear of water diminished with the alcohol had an accident after trying to teach him a lesson by p**sing off...

Wagner is a gentleman...

Person of interest means diddly...No one saw anything.

Let the guy finish his life in peace..

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Post by CaledonianCraig on Sat 03 Feb 2018, 2:26 pm

TRUSSMAN66 wrote:Don't be saying Wagner's view of events stinks of BS....

Libellous and ignorant..

No one saw the guy throw her in...He had a drunken row with his Wife so what ??...

She probably got upset and her fear of water diminished with the alcohol had an accident after trying to teach him a lesson by p**sing off...

Wagner is a gentleman...

Person of interest means diddly...No one saw anything.

Let the guy finish his life in peace..

Hmm two or three months after her death and he was into another relationship. And why has his story changed over the years? The loss of your wife you should remember every detail. And lets not forget that the yacht's skipper who was onboard has recently admitted he lied in his first statement to the police.
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Post by navyblueshorts on Sat 03 Feb 2018, 4:46 pm

Move along, nothing to see here. So what if he was in another relationship within months? Means nothing. Not unusual for the widow/widower of a long marriage to seeing someone within a month or two.

Maybe he did do her in? They have to prove it though. Good luck with that.
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