It’s been more than three decades since the notable Natalie Wood strangely disappeared from a yacht that was advancing toward Santa Clause Catalina Island.
At the season of her vanishing, Natalie was with her significant other Robert Wagner, and co-star Christopher Walken. The two men were suspects for the situation, however examiners later managed her passing as unplanned suffocating, after her body cleaned up multi day later.
Because of the strange idea of the case, individuals were not persuaded that the 43-year-old star’s demise was a mishap. The virus case was revived in 2011, and the coroner’s decision was changed to “suffocating and other unsure variables.”
Prior this year, Robert by and by turned into an individual of enthusiasm for the case. All things considered, he was the last individual to see her alive and they had a line that critical night.
“I haven’t seen him tell the subtleties that match the various observers in this case,” Los Angeles District Sheriff’s Specialization Lieutenant John Corina told 48 Hours. “I believe he’s always showed signs of change his story a smidgen. Also, his variant of occasions simply don’t include up.”
While the open has been centered around finding solutions about Natalie’s suspicious passing, they may have overlooked that she deserted two youngsters, little girls Natasha Gregson Wagner and Courtney Brooke Wagner, and her demise negatively affected them more than any other individual.
Like Robert, Natasha and Courtney don’t discuss their mom’s demise a mess, yet Natasha gave an uncommon meeting with the New York Times in 2016 and it has as of late reemerged.
Natasha, whose father is Richard Gregson, the film maker Natalie wedded quickly, opened up about her mom’s troublesome demise during the enthusiastic plunk down.
Natasha was just 11 when Natalie cruised off and stayed away forever home, and it sincerely demolished her. It’s intense enough to lose a parent at a youthful age, yet when the conditions of their demise is misty, it makes it much harder.
Add that to the media hubbub around the case, and Natasha wound up going to treatment. She said to the Occasions that she was “getting help from, similar to, the moment [Natalie] passed on until I was 30.”
Natasha took up acting and has showed up in many Television programs and movies, including Buffy the Vampire slayer, The Station, More odd Than Fiction, 4400, and CSI: Wrongdoing Scene Examination.
In spite of the fact that she emulated her mom’s example, the on-screen character said that she has “invested a ton of energy attempting to make sense of how I am not quite the same as her and how I am comparable, to enable me to have my very own singularity,” she admitted to the Occasions.
Natasha is at last in a “more beneficial spot” presently, and she’s been progressively open to discussing Natalie with her significant other, Barry Watson, and their little girl, Clover.
“Barry appears to be truly eager to hear the tales about my mother, and I hear him state to Clover, “˜Oh better believe it, there is an image of Grandmother Natalie!'” Natasha clarified.
While the paper depicted Natalie as a lady who wrote “love letters in loopy content to her girls that cited from The Little Sovereign, realized how to consume the finish of a wine-bottle stopper to make alternative eye shadow, now and then hollered, was constantly bossy [and] never cooked (or if nothing else not well),” Natasha discusses an alternate side of her mom.
She depicted her as “confounding and stunning and brimming with appeal and power.” She likewise had an extraordinary comical inclination.
“She was hilarious,” Natasha told the paper. “She was generally so entertaining. She would stroll into our home and everything would be better. In the event that she strolled into a room and it was sepia, it abruptly turned out to be splendid hues.”
“My mother and my father were continually snickering at one another’s jokes,” she proceeded. “Her giggle was this profound “˜HAHAHA!’ She would dependably say to my father [Robert]: “˜Oh R J, simply stop it! I can’t! Simply stop it!'”
Despite the fact that that is a memory of her mother she holds precious, there is something different about Natalie that Natasha will always be unable to shake off: her smell.
“I knew when she was home since I would smell her perfume,” Natasha reviewed. “She would drift through the house.”
Natalie’s preferred aroma was Wilderness Gardenia, and she wore it “for her entire life.” To respect her late mother, Natasha propelled a gardenia-scented scent named after her mom.
Concerning the day Natalie disappeared, Natasha doesn’t discuss it much, yet she referenced in a different meeting that she “needed her to remain at home.”
“I had a distinct inclination. I don’t have the foggiest idea on the off chance that it was simply being a kid who didn’t need her mother to leave or what it was, however I didn’t need her to go.”
Hopefully the case will be settled soon so Natasha, her sister, and the remainder of Natalie’s family can get the conclusion they need.