Robert Wagner stepped back into the spotlight this week to promote his new memoir, I Loved Her in the Movies, delivering a candid interview with Michael Strahan on Good Morning America about the bizarre and tragic death of wife Natalie Wood in 1981.
"It's always with you," he told Strahan of the loss of his spouse. "It's always — was a tremendous loss for all of us. And. . .we have our memories. And that's the most important."
As RadarOnline.com readers know, Woods died after spending Thanksgiving weekend sailing off California's Catalina Island with Wagner and actor Christopher Walken, her co-star in the film, Brainstorm.
Though the official cause of death at that time was determined to be accidental drowning, rumors have swirled that the actress was murdered.
In July, Wood's sister Lana claimed she was living in terror after receiving ominous threats to "lay off" Natalie's husband as a suspect!
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Authorities have said Wagner is not considered a suspect in the case.
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