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Kurt Cobain Death – 17 Years Later

In Breaking News, Celebrity News on April 6, 2011 at 2:50 am

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Seventeen years ago today, something happened to Kurt Cobain in his Seattle home. We know one thing for certain: Cobain died on April 5, 1994. He was discovered three days later when an employee arrived to install security lighting.

A visible head wound marred Cobain’s body, a shotgun rested across his chest, and a handwritten note was tucked beneath a nearby overturned flowerpot.

Police ruled it a suicide. Still, to this day, questions about his death remain. Is it because fans can’t let go? Because mysteries are inherently more interesting to think about than senseless tragedies?

Or is there truly enough conflicting evidence about Cobain’s death to make homicide a possibility? Share your thoughts below.

Courtney Love and Frances Bean << Kurt's Daughter

On the anniversary of Kurt Cobain‘s death, we remember those the legendary musician left behind. Specifically, his daughter Frances Bean Cobain, who was not even 2-years-old at the time of his death.

The only child of Cobain and Courtney Love, Frances turned 18 in August 2010, at which point she took control of a multi-million dollar inheritance.

Frances has achieved accolades of her own, even before turning 18. She worked as an intern for Rolling Stone magazine in 2008 and lent her voice to the song “My Space” by Evelyn Evelyn in 2010. Most notably, she debuted a collection of dark sketches at the La Luz de Jesus Gallery in July 2010. The artwork drew critical praise and sold out quickly.


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