Another Witness in the Natalie Wood Case?
By ANTOINETTE BUENO
November 23, 2011
With the reopening of the Natalie Wood case, more questions are cropping up on what exactly happened the night the actress drowned to death while on a boat with then husband Robert Wagner and actor Christopher Walken.
Samantha Harris recently sat down for an intimate chat with retired stockbroker Marilyn Wayne, who was on a nearby boat with then boyfriend John on November 28, 1981 -- the night Wood drowned.
Wayne says that she heard Natalie's cries for help for about "25 minutes," though Natalie's pleas left her confused more than anything else.
"It was very dark," Wayne remembers. "The whole thing was confusing, you didn't know what to do. You did the logical thing, you call the harbor patrol, but nobody picked up," she recalls. "Nothing seemed to be working in a normal matter."
However, Wayne does remember a third boat docked in the area --"The Liberty". Passengers of that boat could quite possibly know more information about the circumstances surrounding Wood's death, she theorizes.
"Apparently one other man heard her calling for help," Wayne says of another boat docked somewhere in the marina. "But I don't know where and I've never heard from him and I don't know his name. And I don't know that he's ever come forward with any kind of information."
Check out the video to hear more of Wayne's chilling memories and how she feels about the recent reopening of the 30 year old case.