Bombshell Video!

Natalie Wood’s Sister Tells Dr. Phil: Robert Wagner Has ‘Something To Hide’

Shocking new accusation as investigation continues into screen star's death!

The sister of Natalie Wood believes that Robert Wagner “has something to hide” as police investigate the screen legend’s death — with Lana Wood making the shocking accusation in a troubling interview with Dr. Phil McGraw!

The shocking statement is seen above in this exclusive video from upcoming episodes of “Dr. Phil,” as the talk-show host sits down with Lana and renowned journalist Dylan Howard to discuss the bombshell podcast “Fatal Voyage: The Mysterious Death Of Natalie Wood.”

“Dr. Phil” is featuring “Fatal Voyage” on Thurs., Sept. 13 and Fri., Sept. 14, as the podcast continues to make headlines with startling new claims about the screen legend’s final hours!

The video above shows Dr. Phil on the Sept. 13 broadcast, asking Lana, “Why do you believe he’s not talking to the police?” — and then asking Lana if she’s “suggesting [Wagner] knocked her out and threw her in the water?“


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As seen in the video, Lana defiantly replies: “Something like that — absolutely!”

The bombshell accusation comes after The National ENQUIRER caught Lana on video pleading with Wagner to talk to the police.

Detectives say the “Austin Powers” star became a “person of interest” after the L.A. Coroner’s Office changed the cause of Natalie’s 1981 death from “accidental drowning” to “drowning and other undetermined factors.”

“Robert Wagner,” Dr. Phil notes on his show, “has denied that he had anything to do with his wife’s death.”

Natalie disappeared from the Splendour on November 29, 1981, while on a pleasure cruise with Wagner and her “Brainstorm” co-star Christopher Walken. Lana’s shocking statement can be seen in full on “Dr. Phil,” airing in nationwide syndication on Thurs., Sept. 13 — followed by more “Fatal Voyage” coverage on Fri., Sept. 14.


“Fatal Voyage: The Mysterious Death Of Natalie Wood” is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, and wherever podcasts are available! 

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