When Natalie Wood drowned off the coast of southern California's Santa Catalina Island at the age of 43 in 1981, her death seemed suspicious from the start. Nearly four decades later, the Hollywood beauty's tragic death remains officially unsolved. What really happened that cold Thanksgiving-weekend night nearly four decades ago? In this special collector's issue, we dive into the facts about that fateful yacht trip, from Natalie and Robert "RJ" Wagner's drunken fights — including his jealous rage over actor Christopher Walken, then just 38 years old and the only other passenger on the boat besides the captain — to the new evidence that surfaced decades later, spurring investigators to dub RJ a "person of interest" in the newly recategorized "suspicious" death. The glossy 100-page issue also explores the turbulent childhood and marriages of the legendary actress, who captured America's heart as a child in Miracle on 34th Street and went on to enchant the public in cultural milestones like Rebel Without a Cause, Splendor in the Grass and West Side Story.