Can Everyone be a liar? / Clean Up Detail

Can Everyone be a liar? / Clean Up Detail

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June 8th, 2012, 4:30 pm #1

Paul Miller interesting. Natalie in the dinghy twice ALONE we already knew that she knew how to operate the dinghy even her best friend said so also plenty of photographic evidence. Interesting turn of events. Another "nail in the coffin"? LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOl Author trying to clean it up ROTFLMMFAO







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KING CORONER: NATALIE WOOD DEATH CONFIDENTIAL

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Published on: June 7, 2012

by DICK SIEGEL, NATIONAL ENQUIRER web editor

Photography by: Zuma Press





Famed King Coroner LA Medical Examiner DR. THOMAS NOGUCHI reveals the grim details of the last seconds of NATALIE WOOD’s life as she gasped for air in the choppy waters off Catalina Island.

In his book, “Coroner”, Noguchi recreated the last desperate moments of Natalie’s fight for life.

Noguchi who was working for the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner’s office that chilly November was the first in the world to recreate the events leading up to the beloved superstar’s drowning death.

“On the night of November 28, 1981, Natalie Wood, her husband Robert Wagner and actor Christopher Walken – their guest…dined at Doug’s Harbor Reef on Catalina Island and then returned to spend the night on Splendour, the Wagner’s yacht,” Noguchi wrote.

Strangely enough, Noguchi pointed out, Paul Miller, a deputy coroner and their resident “consultant on ocean accidents – was the captain of a schooner moored to the right of the Wagner’s yacht the night of the tragedy.”

In Noguchi’s opinion, “never had the Chief Medical Examiner’s office had a more perfectly positioned expert at the scene of an accident.”

Miller was the first to respond to R.J. Wagner’s desperate call for help.

Because of the number of boats and yachts moored in close vicinity over the long Thanksgiving weekend, parties were in full swing and over the blaring rock music filling the night air no one heard Natalie’s cries for help when she fell overboard into the cold dark waters.

Even Paul Miller, the Deputy Coroner, who was captaining a ship nearby saw and heard nothing. He had seen Natalie “buzz to shore in her little rubber dinghy” earlier in the day --- twice – alone.

Not only that but “a cold piercing ran swept over Isthmus Bay, pummeling the faces of those going ashore” but the sea was NOT rough.

About 7 PM the Wagner party, Natalie, RJ, and Walken had come ashore to dine.

Noguchi wrote, “Natalie, Wagner and Walker were gaily drinking champagne” and the restaurant owner was worried that the party might not make it back to the yacht.

But they did.

What happened afterwards has been the nexus of conflicting stories over the years.

Recently, after a new book co-written by the Splendour captain was published , public outcry forced a new investigation on the 30th anniversary of the tragedy in 2011. But after months of rampant speculation, LAPD investigators quietly closed the case.

But Noguchi, in his analysis of the case based on water current and wind patterns, believed that Natalie didn’t just fall overboard and immediately drown. She was in the dinghy and then slipped into the frigid waters.

She clung for dear life to the rubber dinghy but couldn’t climb back in because of the rubber dinghy was smooth and she couldn’t get a grasp.

As the music blared, no one heard her cries.

Her water soaked jacket weighed her down as she attempted to rise from death’s embrace.

“Natalie Wood fought for her life in that cold November ocean,” Noguchi wrote. “She did not give up. Instead, she began to perform a feat that was both unique and gallant.”

He speculated that she attempted to steer the dinghy she was clinging to back into the wind, that would sweep her back to the vicinity of the Splendour and the other boats.

She desperately paddled the water with her free arm, kicking desperately.

But hypothermia crept through her exhausted frail body.

Paddling desperately, approaching closer and closer to the beach – 400 – 350 yeard away -- she finally lost consciousness and , “then finally her last feeble grip on the boat.

“She sank beneath the waves and drowned.”

Ironically, the dinghy Natalie so “courageously maneuvered for a mile” made it safely to the beach where it was discovered by investigators lapping the beach in the breakers
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June 8th, 2012, 4:46 pm #2

According to Robert Wagner it was totally out of character for Natalie to take the dinghy out at night alone. He said that he only thought that she had gone for just a moment until he realized how unlikely that was. That's Robert Wagner talking. You are making a fool out of yourself. We've gone over this already.

Oh and by the way, what Noguchi wrote in his book was worlds apart from what he stated after Natalie died. They theory he wrote about in his book was not even his own theory. That theory belonged to someone else and there were legal ramifications due to Noguchi using it in his book.

"the LAPD investigators closed the case" So much accuracy The LAPD had nothing to do with this case.

The "author" is very happy right now,

"another nail in the coffin" Whose coffin would that be?

You see all those words that appear above , from Noguchi's book., they are meaningless in the re-investigation. Meaningless, but if that's all it takes to make you happy, go for it! LMAO

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June 8th, 2012, 4:55 pm #3


It was inevitable that Nat would end up drowning. She loved being on the boat, but she also loved to get tipsy. The two--as proven in Nat's case--can be lethal.
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June 8th, 2012, 5:04 pm #4

We knew that was coming. Actually what was lethal for Natalie was the combination of Wagner's uncontrollable rage mixed with booze. The comments about Natalie by the troll-boy are so trite at this point but this is all he has.
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June 8th, 2012, 5:06 pm #5

It was inevitable that Nat would end up drowning. She loved being on the boat, but she also loved to get tipsy. The two--as proven in Nat's case--can be lethal.
Leave it to this fool to use the Enquirer as his go to source for information. Is that all you got? Desperate much? This must be what Rulli meant by Noguchi resurfacing again. Gosh, can't imagine why this incompetent, fame whore lost his job. Someone saw Natalie in the dinghy alone? BS. I would bet everything I've got that she never touched that dinghy by herself. Her phobia would have made it impossible.
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June 8th, 2012, 5:17 pm #6

Lambert put that so obviously photoshopped picture of her in his book to make it appear that she used the dinghy. That is the ONLY photo of Natalie seemingly alone in the dinghy. All one has to do is look at it to see that it is photoshopped. Wagner probably asked Lambert to put that in there.
As for this article suddenly popping up, I would say that it looks like Wagner on clean up detail. You see, he's probably getting a little concerned right now, he may have asked his PR people to plant this article in the Enquirer. The article is ancient. It was used back when Noguchi was promoting his book. Why would this article suddenly pop up? The only person who would benefit from this article re-appearing is Robert Wagner.
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June 8th, 2012, 5:21 pm #7

And of course it couldn't be printed anywhere but the Enquirer where all the vacuous lemmings will follow them off the cliff.
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June 8th, 2012, 5:36 pm #8



Natalie was not a swimmer, she liked being on the boat and she liked to drink. Not a great shocker that she would die from drowning.

It just isn't. People love to make more of it because it's Natalie Wood. So silly.
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June 8th, 2012, 5:57 pm #9

Make room for one more lemming coming on board. Try not to fall off since you think it's so easy.
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June 8th, 2012, 6:08 pm #10


Natalie was not a swimmer, she liked being on the boat and she liked to drink. Not a great shocker that she would die from drowning.

It just isn't. People love to make more of it because it's Natalie Wood. So silly.
and some people, especially this troll, love to dismiss anything remotely negative about her husband because he is Robert Wagner. At this point that would mean nothing to the majority of us because beyond being Natalie Wood's husband, he's nothing. When Courtney was arrested and when the charges were dropped, she was referred to as "Natalie Wood's daughter" that was her identity, within the articles it mentioned that her father is Robert Wagner. Natalie's been gone for 30 years. Wagner is still alive and kickin yet the majority of the media referred to their daughter as "screen legend Natalie Wood's daughter" That's how Natalie is remembered. This mindless wimp troll takes pot shots at her and calls her some vile names but at days end it means nothing because she is still beloved by her public, remembered as a legend and an icon by the majority of the media. How will Robert Wagner be remembered? He will be remembered as screen legend Natalie Wood's husband and as an actor who worked in movies and television. His name will forever be connected to her death and that is what he will be remembered for to the greatest degree as time goes on and after the case is closed we can only guess what he will be remembered for. Time has proven that she will continue to be remembered as "screen legend Natalie Wood". She'd be proud of that.

And by the way, if you think Wagner does not care how he is remembered, you are more of a fool than you have proven yourself to be.
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