Goodbye Natalie, Goodbye Splendour
"I am relieved that readers of the new book, "Goodbye Natalie, Goodbye" "Splendour," have finally heard Natalie's voice." -Lana Wood, Natalie Wood's ... Show synopsis "I am relieved that readers of the new book, "Goodbye Natalie, Goodbye" "Splendour," have finally heard Natalie's voice." -Lana Wood, Natalie Wood's sister Natalie Wood was a Hollywood icon, beloved by millions for her performances in such classics as "Miracle on 34th Street," "West Side Story "and "Rebel Without a Cause." Married for the second time to actor Robert Wagner and the mother of young children, Natalie had everything to live for. Her bizarre death on a chilly November evening in 1981 has been shrouded in mystery--until now. In his recent memoir "Pieces of My Heart," Natalie's husband Robert Wagner tells "his "version of what happened on that chaotic night aboard the Wagner yacht "Splendour"--chaos fueled by a drunken argument between Wagner and Natalie that has never been in dispute. But what happened afterwards, and is Wagner's version the truth? "Goodbye Natalie, Goodbye Splendour "is the result of a decades-long investigation by Marti Rulli and Dennis Davern, captain of the Splendour on that awful night and the man who identified her body. Here, at last, is an in-depth examination of the questions that have plagued fans and crime buffs for years..."If Natalie left the yacht willingly, why was she dressed in her night clothes? Why was she in the dinghy in the first place since she was scared of water? If she left in the dinghy, how had she fallen out of it? Why was the key in the ignition and in the OFF position? Why did Natalie have bruises on her legs and arms and a facial abrasion if she drowned?"