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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.

Monday, September 5, 2011

Reopen Natalie Wood Death Investigation Petition

Natalie Wood's death was a fast closed case, but I still consider it a "cold case" thirty years later as does the following particular signer of the petition. The petition will be submitted next week along with several signed declarations from key people involved in the initial short-lived investigation.

If you haven't signed or know of anyone who might want to sign, please pass this on. The petition has had very little promotion, yet includes over 760 signatures. For now, we are relying on word of mouth, so please help so that we can get as many signatures as possible before next week. Remember: a signer can remain anonymous publicly.

I thank the caring person who started the petition. It makes a statement in and of itself, yet the many comments prove that people were never satisfied with the way Natale's case was handled. I thank each and every one of you for caring as well. Why does it matter 30 years later? My answer is simple. Injustice ALWAYS matters.

Signer #757 Comment:
From the very minute I saw the tragic footage of Natalie being recovered from the water, I suspected Robert Wagner in some form of foul play. It's a damn shame the California justice system decided to give this man a free pass, but that wouldn't be the first time they screwed up. It is now time for JUSTICE FOR NATALIE and this case needs to be reopened before the guilty party passes away peacefully in his sleep. This was no accident. It's a 30 year old cold file.

Reopen Investigation of Natalie Wood's death Petition

Thank you.


  1. Thank you Marti, I will pass your write up in a email to all in my address book. I can't wait and I will be praying for Justice for Natalie. Pam

  2. Thanks, Pam. This has been the weirdest year for me. I lost a few good friends, almost lost my husband (thank goodness he is fine now), wasted two months working with someone I had faith in who suddenly showed a complete lack of decency, and I've dealt with set-backs and upsets, but I hang in there, and I am still a very grateful person for all the support I receive. I never lost faith or hope in Natalie's case, and I never will. Much progress is in the works. I love the latest comment at the petition:

    Signer 763 says to the LACSD:
    You have all sworn an oath to uphold the law and protect the citizenry. Even citizens who died 30 years ago. Ms. Wood was cheated out of a thorough investigation. New facts have emerged since her death. It's time to honor that oath and reopen this shoddy investigation. Time is irrelevant, justice isn't.

  3. Yes the signer 763 nailed it. I can't wait Marti... Thank you, thank you, thank you. Pam

  4. I love the last line of that petition-signer. How true re: justice.