Drowning and Other Undetermined Factors The Death of Natalie Wood

Drowning and Other Undetermined Factors The Death of Natalie Wood

Author: Pamela Lillian Valemont

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781300863106

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What happened to beautiful 43 year old Natalie Wood on the night of 29th November, 1981, when she drowned in the dark waters off Santa Catalina Island, California? Almost thirty-three years later, we are no nearer solving the mystery. Pamela Lillian Valemont, a crime research numerologist of more than thirty-five years standing, decided to look into this mysterious case. Delving further, using a completely different set of diagnostic detective tools, she is able to furnish us with some astounding clues in answer to the question "Whatever happened to Natalie Wood?"
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