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‘Weird Falls,’ Hurricanes & More: Owner Of Infamous Natalie Wood Boat ‘Splendour’ Claims It’s Haunted

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Oct. 30 2014, Updated 5:06 p.m. ET

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The “Splendour,” the infamous boat linked with actress Natalie Wood’s death more than 30 years ago, has been marked by a number of eerie occurrences, its’ owner tells The National ENQUIRER, which is why he’s dubbed it a “full floating phantasm."

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The current owner of “Splendour” — the boat Natalie Wood was last seen on — says he’s looking to sell the vessel to a casino, or other entertainment-themed organization, after a number of bizarre occurrences, most recently a hurricane this month. 

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The current owner of “Splendour” — the boat Natalie Wood was last seen on — says he’s looking to sell the vessel to a casino, or other entertainment-themed organization, after a number of bizarre occurrences, most recently a hurricane this month. 

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Two years ago, homicide investigators from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department traveled to Honolulu, Hawaii to re-examine the boat for clues in the star’s death. 

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Nelson, who thinks a poltergeist might be present on the boat, said in one instance, his “feet came out from under him and he fell.” 

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Wood’s iconic career spanned four decades, with performances in classics such as 1955’s Rebel Without a Cause and 1961’s West Side Story. 

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Wood’s iconic career spanned four decades, with performances in classics such as 1955’s Rebel Without a Cause and 1961’s West Side Story. 

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Despite his efforts, a grey cloud remained over the vessel, seen in the background, as Nelson said he looked to sell it after it was waterlogged following a Oct. 19 hurricane.

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The boat remains at the center of a showbiz scandal lore, as it was the last location actress actress Natalie Wood was seen alive on, prior to her Nov. 1981 death

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The boat remains docked in Honolulu — more than 2000 miles and a nearly-eight-hour flight, from Southern Calif. island of Santa Catalina where Wood was last seen alive

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