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July 11 2012 at 2:57 PM
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How come Wagner isn't saying that he fully supports the change in the death certificate? When the case was re-opened he issued a statement saying that he fully supported the re-investigation. That's was BS ,of course. The last thing he wanted was for the case to be re-opened and now the Coroner's Office for the County of Los Angeles is saying that Natalie's death is no longer considered an accident. I suspect he is not real happy right now. I can't wait for the public to be made aware of just how "supportive" Mr. Wagner has been. And wait until he is made aware of Miss McKenna's new book.

 
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July 11 2012, 3:02 PM 

McKenna's book is fiction.

 
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July 11 2012, 3:10 PM 

but it's fiction based on Natalie's death. The names that appeared in the excerpt that Garrett showed on his blog were the names of the people on the boat. If Kathleen used other names I doubt that RJ would care one way or the other and she basically comes right out and tells that she feels that RJ murdered his wife. Also, there is the issue of the phone call. IMO, that phone call would be evidence of premeditation.

 
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July 11 2012, 3:13 PM 

Rulli's book is fiction

 
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July 11 2012, 3:15 PM 

McKenna is a Natalie Wood historian, Rulli is not.

 
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July 11 2012, 3:20 PM 

McKenna is not a "Natalie Wood historian" and I doubt that she would claim to be.

 
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July 11 2012, 3:21 PM 

LMAO at "McKenna is a Wood historian".........She knows crap. She listens to the professional Garret calims was not a drunk but who doesn't recall Natalie's bruises. LMAO. What losers. Rulli's book is the basis for the reopening of Wood's case. McKenna's is crap. Not even worth mentioning, but here it is at the forum, about as far as it will get.

 
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July 11 2012, 3:21 PM 

McKenna should be investigated

 
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July 11 2012, 3:23 PM 

Exactly, this is McKenna's moment in the sun.

 
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July 11 2012, 3:25 PM 

The Night My Husband Killed Me’ A Novel By Kathleen McKenna

[quote]McKenna is a Natalie Wood historian, Rulli is not.[/quote]

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Are you serious? Do the words empirical research mean anything when speaking to the probability of truth and cogency regarding Mckenna's spin off of this–possibly the autopsy? This is truly a money grab! lol

It's pure fiction. There is an astronomical distinction between "theory" and "conjecture."

 
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July 11 2012, 3:31 PM 

Garrett says McKenna is a historian on Natalie Wood'd death. What is McKenna doing? same thing Rulli did cashing in, we do live in america ya know!

 
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July 11 2012, 3:35 PM 

Well, if Garrett said it! No one knows the inside details of the entire scenario like Marti Rulli does.

 
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July 11 2012, 3:42 PM 

you would like to think that

 
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July 11 2012, 3:50 PM 

Now you will pretend to have inside knowledge. It kills you that all of what you said would never happen, has happened. You went on and on about the case being closed. I knew better just as know better about many details some of which I look forward to discussing when the time is right. Now you tell us how you "know it for a fact". LOLOL

 
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July 12 2012, 9:41 AM 

McKenna used to post here under mooseisloose or something with moose in it. Her and Rulli were definitely friends, at least at one time. I don't think Wagner has to worry about anyone believing her fictional story on Natalie Wood's drowning. The read was pretty farfetched.

 
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July 12 2012, 10:00 AM 

As was said yesterday, they were acquaintances. McKenna had some info that she shared with Rulli about Wagner. That's as far as their "friendship" went.

 
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July 12 2012, 10:05 AM 

I'm sure he won't "worry" but he will be livid when he finds about it as McKenna used the true names of the people involved. I doubt that anyone will take this seriously but we don't know who far fetched it is. McKenna is another person who has looked at Natalie's death and come to the conclusion that she was murdered by her husband. Wagner won't care about that, right?

 
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July 12 2012, 10:20 AM 

Who is McKenna? Nobody's heard of her. Yeah, I'm sure movie star Robert Wagner is quivering in his boots over some fictional story an unheard of author wrote about him. She should have at least tried to make the story sound more plausible since she based it on movie stars.

Rulli is pretty much unheard of also even with her using her good buddy. She'll never have the talent to publish a book on her own merit. Luck for her that her old partying pal just happened to be on a boat with a major movie star when she drowned. Otherwise, we know what that would mean.....

No published book and no stalker blog.


 
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July 12 2012, 10:33 AM 

Wagner will be furious when he finds out about this work of fiction especially when he reads Garrett's blog. You keep telling yourself he won't care.
LOL, yesterday you posted the link with such pride now you are trying to play it down. I knew you'd post it when you saw it on IMDB. You are totally predictable.

You keep bragging that you read McKenna's book. No one cares enough about it to read it, except for you. Speaks volumes! LOL

As for Marti, your sour grapes are showing. The least of her concern is how a Wagner "fan" troll feels about her accomplishments.

 
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July 12 2012, 10:40 AM 

I didn't buy it dufus. I have no idea if it's on sale or what. First I heard of it was here. I read it a year or more ago. I was getting paid as I read it. It left no mark on me other than it read like a fiction story. Nothing that's gonna put Wagner's undies in a bind. If it's been published, I am surprised but it doesn't affect me in the least. Try living like that. It's called......

being normal. Something you'll never be twisted sister.

 
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