Tuesday Crime Stories: Investigators reveal new evidence that makes Robert Wagner their ‘person of interest’ in Natalie Wood’s death

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]