Natalie Wood died under eerie circumstances aboard the Splendour yacht in 1981 — and now mementos from the crime scene are up for sale!
Nate D. Sanders Auctions in Los Angeles has announced that the quarterboard and coffee table from the infamous yacht will be available for bids on January 28, 2016 — starting at a whopping $10,000.
RadarOnline.com and The National ENQUIRER were on site last year when detectives from L.A.'s Homicide Bureau conducted a series of new tests aboard the Splendour.
The investigation contributed toward determining whether Natalie's husband Robert Wagner will face murder charges or not!
After that investigation was concluded, Radar revealed a shocking letter from Natalie's sister Lana, begging authorities to arrest Wagner for her sister's untimely death.
And now that the investigation is officially over, the ship's items are up for grabs!
Of the mementos for sale, six original photos from the Splendour's archives have been included.
Natalie appears in three of the photos, while Robert Wagner is featured in two photos and pal Sean Connery is featured in one picture.
A letter of authenticity from Dennis Davern — the veteran Splendour captain who assisted in the CSI investigation — is included with each item.
Natalie Wood's death remains quite the mystery, making the Splendour items that much more valuable.
New autopsy report and yacht skipper blamed Robert Wagner in Natalie Wood drowning
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