Nearly four decades after the drowning of actress Natalie Wood, investigators are naming her then-husband, Robert Wagner, as a person of interest.
Since the investigation was reopened six years ago, Wagner has been eyed with suspicion. Police believe he was the last person to see Wood alive, and his version if events "just don't add up."
Wood, who starred in hit films like 'The Rebel Without a Cause,' once said she was "frightened to death by water." She drowned off the coast of California in 1981, after spending time on a yacht with with Wagner, Christopher Walken and Captain Dennis Davern. She was 43.
Back then, police investigated her death for just two weeks and ruled it an "accident." However, in 2012, the coroner's office altered Wood's cause of death to "drowning and other undetermined factors."
Investigators say Wagner has refused to speak to them since the case was reopened.