The unexpected twist that the case of the mysterious death of Hollywood star Natalie Wood took with the designation of her husband, Robert Wagner, as a person of interest

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The body of Wood, 43, was found floating in the waters of Santa Catalina Island. (Photo: Allan Warren)

The enigmatic case of the death of Natalie Wood took a new twist on Thursday.

The police investigating the mysterious death of the American actress reported that her husband, also actor Robert Wagner, was declared a “person of interest” in the case.

Researchers from Los Angeles, California, justified the decision in the fact that Wagner “has constantly changed his version” about the death of his wife and his account of the events is not congruent.

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Police say television star Robert Wagner was the last person to see his wife, Natalie Wood, alive.

The body of Wood, 43, was found floating in the waters of Santa Catalina Island, in southern California, one night in November 1981, not far from the Splendor yacht on which she was traveling with her husband and actor Christopher. Walken.