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While the family of Robert Wagner "fully supports" the investigation into Natalie Wood's accidental drowning, 30 years later, Wood's sister, Lana, feels apprehensive about the case being revisited.
In an interview with "Today" host Matt Lauer, Lana admitted, "I'm scared, I'm nervous, I'm happy, I think. I'm so ambivalent. It's almost like having to relive her death again."
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What really happened to Natalie Wood 30 years ago? The famous star was found dead, floating in the water about a mile away from her yacht, Splendour, off the coast of Catalina Island on Thanksgiving weekend in 1981. Officials ruled her death an accident. And the case was closed... until now.
Thirty years later, one of Hollywood's most mysterious deaths has been reopened at the request of Natalie Wood's sister, Lana Wood, and the captain of the yacht on which Natalie sailed with her husband, actor Robert Wagner, and actor Christopher Walken.