"I don't think Natalie fell." Those five words have become a mantra for Lana Wood. Natalie Wood's little sister, now in her 60's, has spent the past year pressuring investigators to reexamine the mysterious events surrounding her sibling's drowning death in 1981.
Last week, she got her wish when the case was officially reopened after new witness accounts surfaced. For Lana, it's a mixed blessing.
"I'm so frightened of hearing things I don't want to hear. I would like to be told that everything is exactly as they said," she told Matt Lauer in an interview with the Today Show, on Monday.
'They' presumably include Robert Wagner, Wood's widow, and actor Christopher Walken, Natalie's co-star at the time (who's retained a lawyer since the case was reopened last week). Both men were on the Wagner-Wood "Splendour" yacht, off of California's Catalina Island, the night the legendary actress drowned in the Pacific Ocean. Their accounts of the evening, backing the initial ruling thatRead More »from What Does Natalie Wood's Sister Know? Lana Wood Speaks on Mysterious Death