It's been over three decades since the iconic Natalie Wood mysteriously vanished from a yacht that was making its way to Santa Catalina Island.
At the time of her disappearance, Natalie was with her husband Robert Wagner, and co-star Christopher Walken. Both men were suspects in the case, but investigators later ruled her death as accidental drowning, after her body washed up a day later.
Due to the bizarre nature of the case, people were not convinced that the 43-year-old star's death was an accident. The cold case was reopened in 2011, and the coroner's ruling was changed to "drowning and other undetermined factors."
Earlier this year, Robert once again became a person of interest in the case. After all, he was the last person to see her alive and they had a row that fateful night.
“I haven’t seen him tell the details that match all the other witnesses in this case,” Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Lieutenant John Corina told 48 Hours. “I think he’s constantly changed his story a little bit. And his version of events just don’t add up.”
While the public has been focused on getting answers about Natalie's suspicious death, they may have forgotten that she left behind two children, daughters Natasha Gregson Wagner and Courtney Brooke Wagner, and her death took a toll on them more than anyone else.
Like Robert, Natasha and Courtney don't talk about their mother's death a whole lot, but Natasha did give a rare interview with the New York Times in 2016 and it has recently resurfaced.
Natasha, whose father is Richard Gregson, the film producer Natalie married briefly, opened up about her mother's untimely death during the emotional sit down.