ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- There is a new twist to the death of Hollywood starlet Natalie Wood.
A new report out today says the original autopsy report could be wrong, and Wood may not have died in an accident, according to CBS News.
The report cites unexplained bruises and scratches on Wood's face and arms. The coroner, according to CBS, could not determine when the injuries occurred.
Wood died in November of 1981. Just last year, authorities changed her death certificate from "drowning" to "drowning and other undetermined factors."
Wood's husband, Robert Wagner, told police Wood fell off their yacht, the "Splendour," possibly while trying to tie up a dinghy that had been banging against the side of the yacht. Wagner had been partying with actor Christopher Walken.
The boat captain, Dennis Davern, is from St. Augustine. Investigators reopened the case after he told investigators Walken and Wagner were fighting, and that he heard sounds of a struggle from Wood's cabin shortly before she disappeared.