Dennis Davern and Marti Rulli- Natalie Wood’s book Goodbye Natalie Goodbye Splendour Authors
The mystery death of actress Natalie Wood left many questions in the heats and minds of those left behind, Did she drowned, was foul play involved? one person in particular has been in contact with police about the new evidence of her death, Marti Rulli is one of the authors in Wood’s book Goodbye Natalie Goodbye Splendour, the second is Dennis Davern, who was also the yacht’s captain.
Dennis Davern is the Splendour’s former captain, dear friend and confident of Natalie Wood. work for Robert Wagner for many years and he along Marti Rulli wrote the famous book Goodbye Natalie, Goodbye Splendour published on September 2009.
Natalie Wood died at the age of 43 while she was onboard the Splendour with husband Robert Wagner and co-star Christopher Walken, they sailed to Catalina Island for the weekend, but on the night of November 28th, 1981 Natalie went missing from the boat, she drowned and her death was ruled as accidental, today nearly 30 years the case od Natalie Wood’s death has been reopened
Dennis Davern once said ….
“Wagner became enraged when he saw Wood and Walken speaking, and smashed a wine bottle, yelling at Walken, “What do you want to do, f**k my wife? Is that what you want?”
At that point, Walken returned to his cabin and Natalie and Robert went to their state room. According to the Captain, he heard a loud argument between the couple and thumping sounds, and eventually silence.
Dennis was to the deck when Wagner came by and told him “Natalie is missing.” he added that the dinghy was gone, along with Natalie, which is weird because Mrs. Woods was dead scare of the dark water. But Dennis Davern couldn’t call the coast guard because Wagner didn’t allowed him to. Wondering what happened to Mr. Tavern? well after Natalie’s death he was hired by TW in his t.v series ‘Hart to Hart, he is the owner of a marina and boat maintenance business.
Marti Rulli or Margaret Rulli co-wrote the book and like Dennis and many people who knew Natalie she has doubts about Robert Wagner’s side of the story about the events that happened on that chilly night, Rulli from New Jersey she holds a 35 year experience working with magazines, commercial printing companies and newspaper corporations, today she is a freelance writer and owns an advertising business.
Rulli has been cooperating with the police, showing them the legal documentation that backs up her book.
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