Natalie Wood boat table to auction at Nate D Sanders
A name board and table from the boat Natalie Wood was on when she drowned are up for auction at Nate D Sanders.
Wood began her career in Hollywood as a child, appearing in films like Miracle on 34th Street (1947) and later on Rebel Without a Cause (1955) and The Candidate (1972) among others.
The circumstances surrounding her death have long been mysterious.
In 1981 she went on a boat trip to Santa Catalina island off the coast of California with husband Robert Wagner, fellow actor Christopher Walken and the boat’s captain Dennis Davern.
At some stage she entered the water and drowned, but none of those on board saw her enter the water.
It later emerged that Wood had been drinking and the she and Wagner had had an argument. She also had a series of bruises on her body that have never been explained.
The pieces are offered as a single lot, with an opening bid of $10,000.
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