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A place to update and discuss facts surrounding the controversial, tragic death of legendary Hollywood film actress, wife and mother, Natalie Wood who drowned mysteriously Nov. 29, 1981 off Catalina Island. Thank you for visiting.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Talk Forensics Show Scheduled for Goodbye Natalie Goodbye Splendour


I will be a guest on the show Talk Forensics, Sunday February 14th @ 4pm Eastern. (Live Show)

About the show:
The purpose of the show is to educate and entertain the public on the various fields of forensic science, crime scene investigation, missing person searches and various aspects of the legal system as it relates to forensic science. My interview will focus on the investigation into Natalie Wood's death.

Talk Forensics is a one hour show that airs Live every Sunday at 4pm eastern on Blog Talk Radio. Some of the guests have been Dr. Michael Baden from HBO’s Autopsy, Todd Matthews, from the Doe Network/NamUs.Gov and David Lohr, ID Channel, Trooper Sarah Krebs, Kathy Reichs, of the Bones Series and Frank Bender Forensic Sculptor just to name a few.

Following an interview, callers will be able to ask questions. At this point the show is 60 minutes in length and will automatically become a pod cast on iTunes that listeners can download at a later time if they miss the live program. I will soon post the Call in Number for Guests to ask questions.
I look forward to this opportunity to answer questions.


  1. Thanks for posting. I'll be sure to listen.

  2. Good luck on the show Marti! I really enjoyed talking to them last year. -Todd

  3. Thank you, Todd, and I appreciate your interest in this case. I just read about your work and commend you for it.

    When I first started the Natalie Wood story, I didn't think about the forensic particulars much (or enough). But, later, with just minor effort, answers were right there, all of the corresponding information that substantiated Dennis Davern's account, in the autopsy diagrams, in the official reports, and in the information I gathered. Everything added up.

    I am NOT an expert by any means. I'm just a regular person who examined some particulars. I saw several compelling oversights in the initial, professional Wood case investigation.
    Imagine if an expert delved deeper? It haunts me that the case is left untouched by professionals. It's actually insulting.

    Hope you listen in. Thanks, Marti