Normal native publishes book investigating actress Natalie Woods death | Books

NORMAL – Sam Perroni, a native of Normal and a retired court attorney now living in Fayetteville, Arkansas, has published a book entitled “Brainstorm: An Investigation of the Mysterious Death of Film Star Natalie Wood.”

Perroni spent more than five years investigating the death of Hollywood actress Natalie Woods, who died off the coast of California’s Catalina Island on November 29, 1981 at the age of 43.






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Sam Perroni, a native Normal and a retired court attorney now living in Fayetteville, Arkansas, has published a book entitled “Brainstorm: An Investigation of the Mysterious Death of Film Star Natalie Wood.”


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“Brainstorm” provides a first-person account of Perroni’s investigation, which included dozens of interviews with witnesses and forensic experts, in addition to requests for information that produced unseen and confidential reports, documents and photographs, according to a press release.

Published by Post Hill Press, “Brainstorm” is scheduled for release on December 21 and will be distributed by Simon & Schuster. The book can be pre-ordered on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and www.nataliewoodbrainstorm.com. Hardcover book is 320 pages and costs $ 30.






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Sam Perroni, a native Normal and a retired court attorney now living in Fayetteville, Arkansas, has published a book entitled “Brainstorm: An Investigation of the Mysterious Death of Film Star Natalie Wood.”


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All author profits from the sale of the book will be donated to charity in Wood’s memory, the press release said.

Prior to the book’s debut, Perroni will participate in a book signing on November 29 at 11:30 a.m. PST at Hotel Metropole, 205 Crescent Ave., Avalon, California, located on Catalina Island.

Later the same day, at 14.00 PST, a bronze sculpture depicting Wood will be unveiled at the Catalina Museum of Art & History, 217 Metropole Ave., Avalon, California. Admission to the museum is $ 15.

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Perroni commissioned Arkansas-based artist Kevin Kresse to create the work this past spring and summer as a tribute to the actress and a gift to fans.

Perroni is visiting Bloomington-Normal next month for a book signing in her hometown. Details of this event, and more information about Perroni and his book, will be available in The Pantagraph at a later date.

About 130 runners and walkers attended the Arthritis Foundation Jingle Bell Run held at Heartland Community College on Normal Sunday.



JUSTIN HURT, PANTAGRAFEN



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