Transcript for Natalie Wood Murder Case Re-Opened
Details in the thirty year old mystery surrounding the death of actress Natalie -- Police say several sources have come forward with new information leading them to reopen the case. But who -- sources and will her husband actor Robert Wagner -- big question. ABC's Abbie Boudreau has the latest from LA. Investigators are reopening -- Hollywood mystery the tragic drowning death the screen legend Natalie will it wasn't an accident was -- foul play. We have several sources have come forward with the an additional information. But detectives would not say who their sources are or what kind of new evidence they might half. Would drown in the waters off Catalina Island she was voting with her husband Robert Wagner. Family friend actor Christopher Walken. Wagner believes Natalie slipped on the boat hit her head and fell into the water. But the captain of the boat that night three decades later remembers things differently. We actually had quite a bit to drink. We roll -- intoxicated. He admits he initially lied to police about all he knew. But now says he remembers would in Wagner and a heated argument just before she disappeared. -- Wagner taken a -- one smashed on the coffee table in front of her and Christopher and Natalie -- -- state room. And -- Wagner followed and they carriage carried on their arguing in the state room. Moments later Wagoner told -- Natalee was missing but urged him not to call the Coast Guard right away. A -- are relying on what's her on the searchlight will -- -- if we can't. Zero there and he said no we're not gonna do that at this time. But why come forward now nearly thirty years to the day it's hard to believe that suddenly memories have gotten better. -- -- thirty years later -- tough argument and it is their plan to speak with Robert Wagner. That there is a planned to follow this investigation wherever it leads the investigators. What else could they be looking. Apart from. What did Robert Wagner do war not -- That a mystery all these years later investigators hope to -- -- -- spokesperson tells ABC news he fully supports this new investigation. And at this point Natalie wood's death is still considered an accident.
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