These were identified as the oldest Cro-Magnon (or EEMH) remains ever discovered, dating from 43,000 to 45,000 years ago.A prehistoric maxilla (upper jawbone) fragment was uncovered in the Kents Cavern locate in Torquay, Devon, England during a 1927 excavation by the Torquay Natural History Society, and named Kents Cavern 4. Two determined investigators with a lot of questions for Robert Wagner. John Corina: As we've investigated the case over the last six years, I think he's more of a person of interest now. But investigators remain troubled by the evidence they do have: the witnesses who talk about a fight on the back of the boat, and the number and locations of fresh bruises on Natalie's body. Ralph Hernandez: I think I've been a cop long enough to see … Could the bruises have instead come from a drunken fall? But investigators think the circumstantial evidence -- the fight, the alcohol, the jealousy -- may suggest another scenario Det. John, the investigators say the actor has refused to speak with them. John Corina: Robert Wagner, of course, we wanna talk to him and get his side of the story and try to clarify things.
I mean, we-- we know now that he was the last person-- to be with Natalie before she disappeared. Robert Wagner: [2008, "CBS Sunday Morning"]: Believe me, believe me, if she had called out or she had made any-- noises, or if we'd a heard anything, we were three of us there. John Corina: Someone can get so enraged, they can't control their anger. He's, you know, refused -- time and time again to talk to us. Dennis Davern: It really does pain me, to this day, to know that she is gone when she really had a whole life in front of her.
Her death was originally ruled an accident, but investigators reopened the case just over six years ago.