Famed TV Psychic Carla Baron On The Death of Natalie Wood & The Art Of Psychic Crime Profiling
The sweet, tortured spirit of Oscar-nominated actress, Natalie Wood, is still at “unrest,” according to famed tv psychic, Carla Baron. Last week, the release of a new review into Wood’s death by the Los Angeles Coroner’s Office raised red flags on almost every aspect of the original coroner’s report.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 22, 2013
Psychic Carla Baron believes there is much more to the story surrounding the mysterious death of Natalie Wood. Ms. Baron is perhaps best known for her starring role as a real-life psychic profiler in TruTV’s hit paranormal crime series, “Haunting Evidence.”
Carla Baron expounds on her vision, “Haunting images permeate my psychic mind’s eye viewing Natalie’s last moments as she was gasping for air in the water, struggling desperately to remain afloat… her cries for help unanswered.”
Los Angeles Times reported on Jan. 17, 2013:
“On Monday, the L.A. County coroner questioned the original 1981 findings and changed Wood’s cause of death from “accidental drowning” to “drowning and other undetermined factors.”
The coroner’s report cited unexplained fresh bruising on the actress’ right forearm, left wrist and right knee, along with a scratch on her neck and a superficial scrape on her forehead. Officials said the wounds open the possibility that she was assaulted before drowning.
“This examiner is unable to exclude non-accidental mechanism causing these injuries,” the report said, adding that evidence suggested the bruising occurred before Wood entered the water.”
“I psychically see the argument between Robert and Natalie, the rage of jealousy tempered by the cool, calm demeanor of Wagner,” remarks Ms. Baron.
What was the relationship between Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood?
Psychic profiler, Carla Baron, senses this was clearly a toxic “theater” staged between these two karmic souls. That was the nature of their relationship – a firestorm of ego, jealousy, control,” says Baron…. continues
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