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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.

Thursday, May 6, 2010

"The Changeling" and Request to Sign Petition to Re-Open Natalie Wood Case.

Reopen Investigation of Natalie Wood's death Petition

It's important to sign now. Please take a minute to sign. The Natalie Wood death investigation is one of the worst in history, not only Hollywood history, but in the history of our nation..

If any of you have seen the movie "The Changeling" directed by Clint Eastwood, starring Angelina Jolie (brilliant acting), it's the true story (circa 1920's) where a single mother's son goes missing. Months later, the police announced they had found her son. As she excitedly awaits to be reunited with her 9 year-old, a young boy, shorter and "different" than her son steps off the train. She tries to tell the police (in California, no less) that the boy is not her son. The police are experiencing such positive reaction from the public for their "good work" in having found the boy that they ask the mother to not say anything at that moment, so she turns to face the media cameras with a perplexed and confused smile upon her face that is only later used against her as having accepted the boy. Into the following weeks, the police department continues to refuse her claims that the boy is not her son.

It's mindboggling that this story is true. It has such compelling twists and turns and will captivate you, and you will be infuriated by the time the police department has the woman institutionalized because she won't accept the boy who is NOT her son.

What does this have to do with signing the petition for Natalie? The story in "The Changeling" was such a scandal for the California police department that handled the case that the original name of the town it occured in changed the town's name. Why? They didn't want to be remembered as the town behind such a scandal. The police force was unwilling to accept truth and work toward true justice. The police in "The Changeling" were too embarrassed to ever admit their mistake until the entire force, by the power and fortitude of one mother, was abolished. The movie will awe you and make you angrier than you could ever imagine possible.

Cops are embarrassed when they bungle high-profile cases. Don't let the L.A. County Sheriff's Department get away with not bringing true justice to a famous legendary woman who deserves nothing less. Thank you for signing the petition for the effort to seek justice for the late, beautiful Natalie Wood.

1 comment:

  1. I saw The Changeling and I've despised the polictics of police departments since, even though the story happened so many years ago. Cops hate to admit they are wrong.

    I was a little upset with you Marti to be honest that you didn't go after Detective Rasure harder. He really screwed this case up, and you were too nice to him, and you didn't blame him for believing Walken, Wagner and Davern. He should've done an investigation and not let them go.