Natalie Wood Captain passes lie detector test: Does it matter?
TMZ, however, reports that the polygraph test -- which said Davern was not lying when he said that Wagner told him to cover up what happened that night -- may not be permissible as evidence in the now reopened investigation into the mysterious death.
Davern was allegedly drunk the night that Natalie died, and TMZ's polygraph expert says that skews the results. "If you believed something occurred, you would run truthful. It doesn't mean it happened," he says.
Davern admits he had been drinking scotch and wine when he was alerted to Natalie's disappearance.