PRESS RELEASE (11/13/2013) – The late actress and film super star Natalie Wood who appeared in many film classics including “Rebel Without A Cause,” and “West Side Story,” to name but a few, and controversial FBI agent Donald Wilson are believed to have had a long running romantic relationship that began in 1973 at a Coeur d’Alene, Idaho resort. Wilson was in Idaho in 1973 in connection with a speaking tour on behalf of the FBI. It was then that he met Wood who was staying alone at the resort in an effort to distance herself from her husband Robert Wagner following an argument between the two. When Wilson and Wood met in 1973, Wood was several months pregnant with Wagner’s child. Wilson, a distant relative of J. Edgar Hoover, recently published the book “Evidence Withheld.” This book is highly critical of not only Hoover, but also the FBI, CIA, U.S. Secret Service and the U.S. Department of Justice and implicates those agencies in the assassination and subsequent cover up in the murders of Martin Luther King Jr. and JFK. Wilson and Wood carried on their long distance romance until 1977 when Wood supposedly ended the affair while visiting Wilson in Greensboro, North Carolina. Wood had concerns about the impact that public disclosure of their relationship would have on both her film career and Wilson’s FBI career. The investigation into the mysterious death of Wood, which occurred aboard her boat the “Splendour,” was recently re-opened by California authorities and is continuing. Wilson has so far refused to acknowledge any details concerning allegations linking him to Wood or for that matter any information Wood may have provided him regarding the late actress’s husband Robert Wagner.

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