It's been 33 years since Hollywood’s biggest unsolved mystery took place, but interest in Natalie Wood’s death has never waned — in fact, the case was reopened in 2011.
While new information gives promise to the truth coming out, Lana shares she is reminded of the tragedy almost daily.
“I don’t believe there is such a thing as closure. Because I’m her relative, I have to hear so many details about the new information, and there are some things I just cannot tell anyone. Her death is ugly and painful to this day. It always will be,” Lana tells Closer. “These days, I only go to the cemetery once a year because it hurts too badly.”
For more details on this Hollywood mystery, including new information from Lt. John Corina, who’s been heading the case for two years, pick up the new issue of Closer Weekly, on stands now