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February 26 2012 at 4:35 PM
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I really believe Nat and RJ loved each other....that argument is off the table.Something went terribly wrong that night and it had horrific outcomes for her and her daughters.

 
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February 26 2012, 4:50 PM 

Yes, she got terribly drunk, lost her balance and fell into the water and drowned. I'd say that things definitely did not go well for Natalie that night.
What happened to Natalie, tragic as it was, has happened to thousands of people.

 
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agree

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February 26 2012, 5:04 PM 

I agree, but could RJ have done a bit more?

 
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February 26 2012, 5:14 PM 

Message to the fake Don.
RJ and Davern were tanked out on booze. Neither of them knew what their names were. Neither cared about Natalie. They only cared about reaching the bottom of the bottle.

 
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February 26 2012, 5:17 PM 

You are probably right.

 
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February 26 2012, 5:36 PM 

How could they have known? Look, If Davern did nothing that means he didn't know either. That one version about Davern standing there while Natalie was in the water begging for help and Wagner wouldn't let him help her, is BS.

Wagner didn't know until he went to her room and found her missing. That's when they found out the dinghy was missing. He called for help. Remember, he thought he was looking for his wife in a dinghy. There is just no way you could know what actually happened and that she wasn't in the dinghy. You couldn't know that in the confusion of finding Natalie and the dinghy gone.

Your first thought would be that she's in the dinghy. I don't think I would have done anything differently. Besides, Natalie was not that far from the boat. If she had been alive, those first men who searched would have seen her.


 
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February 27 2012, 12:01 AM 

Both RJ and Davern were **** faced. They couldn't see anything except getting to the bottom of that bottle.
Both deserve each other. Natalie was too good for all of them including Walken.

 
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February 27 2012, 3:41 AM 

Natalie was ****faced, too. That's why she fell into the water.

 
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February 27 2012, 7:18 AM 

Wagner and Davern deserve each other.

 
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February 27 2012, 7:58 AM 

Wagner has handled himself with class whenever he has been asked about Natalie's death. I've never seen him show any self-pity; he could have milked Natalie's death for all it was worth. He did not. However, when it comes to Natalie's death, people like Lana Wood, Marti Rulli and Dennis Davern have shown just how far one can and will go to squeeze out every last dollar they can get.

 
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February 27 2012, 10:36 AM 

How many times can you repeat all this?

How can you cling onto something you will never know what happened?

Where the word obsessed derives from.

 
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February 27 2012, 10:40 AM 

Why don't you worry about what is going on at Chardon High in Ohio right now instead of trashing an actress who has been gone 30 years while kissing her husband's *** post after post?
Are you really this clingy to the past? Get some help fool!


 
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February 27 2012, 11:12 AM 

At 1:00 when the searching began Wood was already dead, her and the dinghy were floating in the shallows of blue cavern point. She only had one chance to be saved that's when Wayne and Payne heard the cries for help, instead they chose to go to bed. So sad.

 
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February 27 2012, 11:18 AM 

You azzhole. They didn't just go to bed. They called for help at Two Harbors (no answer) and then called Avalon. They were told a helicoper was on it's way. They had no dinghy to get into the water with. You insinuate they should've killed themselves to rescue a voice they thought was coming from a party? They also heard the drunk man's voice say, 'hold on I'll save you' or something like that. Then the cries stopped. They waited out the cries. They didn't go to bed in the middle of the cries. The only way Natalie could be saved was by the drunk husband who put her in the ocean to begin with, only he wanted her dead.

 
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February 27 2012, 11:33 AM 

Regardless, there was one chance and that was it. So sad.

 
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February 27 2012, 11:52 AM 

You're right, there was one chance. Wagner pushed her off anyway.

 
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February 27 2012, 11:58 AM 

"You azzhole. They didn't just go to bed. They called for help at Two Harbors (no answer) and then called Avalon. They were told a helicoper was on it's way. They had no dinghy to get into the water with. You insinuate they should've killed themselves to rescue a voice they thought was coming from a party? They also heard the drunk man's voice say, 'hold on I'll save you' or something like that. Then the cries stopped. They waited out the cries. They didn't go to bed in the middle of the cries. The only way Natalie could be saved was by the drunk husband who put her in the ocean to begin with, only he wanted her dead."

You people have no regard for the truth, do you? Wayne did not call anyone. Baywatch would have been called if a report was received that a person was drowning. Wayne's story is complete BS. All of those boats around them, and they can't get help? The people they do call does not send help? If they had called, and the Sheriff's dept did not send help to save a woman who eventually died, the papers would have been all over that story.

This is exactly why Wagner will not discuss this very personal matter--because of loonies like you.

 
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February 27 2012, 12:33 PM 

She was not dead at 1 AM you ******* moron! Stop trying to rewrite the reports you dumb mutha ******! This has nothing to do with Wagner or Davern. I can't stand either of those drunken fools but it has everything to do with the documented reports.

 
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February 27 2012, 1:30 PM 

Natalie was dead by 1AM. The men searching would have seen her if she was not dead. Natalie was dead and under the water.

 
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Hey Freak!

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February 28 2012, 9:06 AM 

She was not dead and she was NOT under the water you fool! Read the documents! When she was pulled from the water it was documented and reported, WHAT? What was reported and documented? Don't make it up to suit your pandering of Wagner. Tell us exactly what the documentation said. TELL US OR SHUT UP JOCKO VLAD CHER HALREGO HARTFREAK FRAN!

 
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Love Boat

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February 29 2012, 3:39 PM 

Love, exciting and new
Come aboard. we're expecting you
Love, life's sweetest reward
Let it flow, it floats back to you
The love boat soon will be making another run
The love boat promises something for everyone
Set a course for adventure
Your mind on a new romance
Love won't hurt anymore
It's an open smile on a friendly shore
Yes love! it's love!
Love boat soon will be making another run
The love boat promises something for everyone
Set a course for adventure
Your mind on a new romance
Love won't hurt anymore
It's an open smile on a friendly shore
It's love! it's love! it's love!
It's the love boat-ah! it's the love boat-ah!

 
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March 1 2012, 10:21 AM 

Maybe Don should go on love boat.

Might make Don happy.

Don might meet woman.


 
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