At the corner of Hollywood and noir... three of Vanity Fair's most celebrated writers share their stories of intrigue, obsession and scandal.
How did Natalie Wood, while anchored off the coast of Catalina Island, end up drowning one dark, drunken, volatile night in 1981? "48 Hours" has new details in the reopened investigation, plus the latest on these famous mysteries:
Who killed Lana Turner's gangster boyfriend, Johnny Stompanato? Was it really her 14-year-old daughter? And, how did the entertainment industry's most famous -- Warren Beatty, Robert DeNiro, Bono, and Billy Joel to name a few -- fall madly in love with a mystery woman named Miranda over the phone?
"48 Hours" Presents Vanity Fair: Hollywood Scandal explores Hollywood's most enduring mysteries.
The mysterious death of Natalie Wood has intrigued Hollywood for years. Now, with new information that will be reported in the "48 Hours"/Vanity Fair broadcast, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has re-opened the investigation. The latest details reveal a stunning new story about the night that led to Wood's body floating in the Pacific Ocean.
Video: Playwright Mart Crowley on Natalie Wood and Robert Wagner's relationship
Video: Mart Crowley on why audiences loved Natalie Wood
Video: Exclusive: 1981 Natalie Wood detective breaks silence
Video: Doug Bombard on finding Natalie Wood's body
Video: Rescue boat captain Roger Smith on the search for Natalie Wood
Video: Splendour captain Dennis Davern on life after Natalie Wood's death
Video: Dennis Davern on alleged argument between Natalie Wood and RJ Wagner
Video: Dennis Davern on the death of Natalie Wood
The sensational stabbing of Lana Turner's gangster lover, Johnny Stompanato, by her teenage daughter, Cheryl Crane, exposed the stars' dangerous liaisons. There are still questions about what happened that night in Turner's pink bedroom.
Video: Lana Turner talks to reporters about her daughter's case
Video: Cheryl Crane on living next door to Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli
Video: Cheryl Crane on her new book | "The Bad Always Die Twice
Video: Producer George Schlatter's fond memories of Lana Turner
Video: Schlatter dishes about Johnny Stompanato and Mickey Cohen hanging out in Hollywood
Video: Turner's hairdresser: "Lana told me she killed Stompanato"
How did many of the entertainment industry's most famous fall madly in love with the same seductress? She said she was beautiful, well-connected named Miranda. The powerful circle of men enchanted is astonishing: Warren Beatty, Robert DeNiro, Billy Joel, Bono...the list is endless. Meet the woman behind the voice.