The truth behind Natalie Wood‘s death to be REVEALED 30 years later!

The glamorous Hollywood superstar who was married to Robert Wagner twice and double Oscar nominee for Rebel Without a Cause and Splendor in the Grass died mysteriously at age 43 in a boating accident. 

The official cause of death was listed as "drowning" on  November 29, 1981 after a wild night of partying with hubby Wagner and  then current-costar Christopher Walken aboard her private yacht, Splendor.

Now a new tell-all written by the captain of the yacht threatens to blow the lid off three decades of secrecy.

The new book Goodbye Natalie, Goodbye Splendor  "is the long awaited, detailed account of events that led to the mysterious death of Hollywood legend Natalie Wood . . . a story told by a haunted witness to that fateful evening," according to the blurb on the cover.

Capt. Dennis Davern, whose account of the events initially matched Wagner’s testimony, underwent rigorous polygraph testing and a hypnosis session to affirm the veracity of his story.

According to publishing insiders,   Davern’s  tell-all shocker contains these key words that may unlock the mystery:  "drunkenness . . . screamed profanities . . . raging mad . . . wine bottle smashed . . . broken glass . . . master stateroom in disarray . . . terrible argument . . . "