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Dr. Oz recalls the life of Hollywood actress Natalie Wood, and reports on the night she allegedly fell overboard while on her yacht with husband Robert Wagner. What did her autopsy reveal and what does legal analyst Nancy Grace think happened?
Legal analyst Nancy Grace recaps the night before Hollywood actress Natalie Wood’s allegedly drowned, and points out Robert Wagner’s aggressive behavior. Find out what the boat captain, Dennis Davern, told Nancy Grace about the infamous night.
Nancy Grace shares witnesses reports that contradict Wagner’s version of the story. Dr. Oz asks the question everyone wants to know: Why did it take 20 years to reopen the case? Find out what Natalie Wood’s relative said about Wagner’s resentment.
Investigative author Marti Rulli has fought for decades to have Natalie Wood’s case reopened. She reveals what her close friend and only eye-witness to the crime, Dennis Davern, told her about the infamous night.
Investigative author Marti Rulli shares a theory on why Natalie Wood’s body had so many bruises, and Dr. Oz points out a very important detail found in Wood’s autopsy. How could her full bladder be used as evidence against Wagner’s story?
What’s the difference between a suspect and a person of interest? Nancy Grace explains, and calls out LA law enforcement for not acting against Robert Wagner. Find out what Wagner’s attorney has to say about the case two years after it was reopened.
Crime correspondent Melissa Moore breaks down why people are still so fascinated by “The Black Dahlia” murder of actress Elizabeth Short. Then, Steve Hodel shares why he believes his father, Dr. George Hodel, is responsible for the gruesome murder.
Former homicide detective Steve Hodel reveals what the condition of Elizabeth Short’s body says about “The Black Dahlia” murderer. Dr. Oz explains the complex medical operation that only a surgeon would know how to do.
Steve Hodel says t the notes from “The Black Dahlia” that were sent to police were written his father’s handwriting. Where does Steve Hodel believe the murder of Elizabeth Short took place?
The re-opening of Natalie Wood’s case has sparked new controversies and theories. We examine her autopsy photos to see if they reveal further clues and we speak to Natalie’s sister, Lana Wood, about the latest updates on the case.
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