Without the need for an investigator or examiner, some deaths are naturally considered to be accidental.
However, some types of death, no matter how accidental or natural they look, several indications will reveal them to be premeditated and unnatural.
One such case is the death of the San Francisco- born, Hollywood starlet, Natalie Wood, who was found drowned in the water. In the 1980s, Natalie Wood was known as one of the best actresses in the industry.
From co-starring in “Miracle on 34th street” at age eight to becoming an Oscar nominee, Natalie Wood surely made a name for herself in the industry.
Critics and fans have wondered how possible it was for the star lady to keep up with the industry’s stardom.
From child stardom to adult stardom, Natalie Wood kept many glued to their screen by starring in some of the most famous movies of all time.
Natalie Wood was so gracious and talented that she got nominated for three Oscars before turning 25.
Amongst other achievements, she notably worked with legends like Elia Kazan and John Ford.
Amongst her peer, Natalie sure lived the American dream. She had a glamorous onscreen and off-screen life; she tied the knot with another lovable actor, Robert Wagner, in 1957 and made enough money for herself and her family.
However, what seemed like a perfect life for the Hollywood star soon became a nightmare. In 1981, Wood’s body was found floating off the coast of Catalina Island.
Her death came as a surprise to everyone because she was aboard a yacht with her husband, co-star Christopher Walken and boat Captain Dennis Davern the night before she was found dead.
During investigations, it was revealed that she disappeared overnight, after which her body was found off the coast.
At first, her death was classified as an accident – a case where she drowned in the ocean.
However, authorities stated that her death certificate would be updated to “drowning and other undetermined factors.”
Although she died at age 43, her husband, who is now 89 years old, is considered a death case suspect.
Although no one knew what happened to Natalie Woods, several undeniable facts point to the fact that her death wasn’t natural or accidental.
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On July 20, 1938, Natalie Wood was born to an alcoholic father and stage mother in San Francisco
She was initially named Natalia Nikolaevna Zakharenko, but studio executives notably changed her name to Natalia Woods soon after she started acting. At an early age, Natalie began to take responsibility for her family.