Los Angeles sheriff’s investigators go on the record with their suspicions about how Natalie Wood died in 1981, naming the legendary actress’s husband Robert Wagner a “person of interest” in their suspicious death investigation. This is a case Nancy Grace has followed closely for years. In this Crime Stories episode, she digs into the latest revelations with lawyer & psychologist Dr. Brian Russell, the host of Investigation Discovery’s Fatal Vows series, death scene investigator Joseph Scott Morgan, co-host Alan Duke, and Crime Stories contributing reporter John Lemley.
Also read: ‘We’re trying to figure out what happened’: LA Homicide chief on Natalie Wood death investigation, Robert Wagner’s role
Grace and guests also look at the case against a California woman who admitted to intentionally driving into incoming traffic on a busy freeway in a failed suicide attempt, causing a fatal crash that killed a young father on his way to a promising career as a doctor.
Also read: Suicidal woman drives into traffic, killing aspiring doctor and father of two with a baby on the way
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[Feature Photo: Robert Wagner via AP]