Kurt Cobain’s death was ruled suicide, but some believe he was murdered.

A close up of Kurt Cobain.

Kurt Cobain

An A Frame greenhouse behind some trees.

His body was found in the greenhouse


Diagram of death scene

On April 8, 1994, music fans around the world were devastated to learn of the death of rock star Kurt Cobain, lead guitarist and singer-songwriter for the grunge band, Nirvana. Cobain apparently died of a shotgun blast to the head. An autopsy later revealed a near-lethal dose of heroin in his bloodstream. The official ruling: suicide.

Private investigator Tom Grant has come to doubt that ruling:

“I don’t believe Kurt Cobain committed suicide. I believe there was someone with him in that room. I believe it was someone that he knew. They were doing heroin together. I believe at a certain point, more heroin was injected into Kurt Cobain than what he wanted injected into himself. And after that point, he was shot with a shotgun once he had become totally incapacitated.”

Sean T. O’Donnell of the Seattle Police Department disagreed:

“There was a very thorough, comprehensive investigation done from the very beginning. And everything that the detectives encountered indicated to them that this was a suicide. We actually found nothing to indicate that this was anything but a suicide.”

This was not Kurt Cobain’s first brush with death. A month earlier, a photograph was taken of Cobain being rushed to a hospital in Rome, Italy. He had overdosed on sedatives and alcohol and nearly died. His family and friends persuaded him to check into drug rehab. After two days, he walked out and disappeared. The next day, Cobain’s wife, fellow rock musician Courtney Love, is said to have contacted private investigator Tom Grant and asked him to find her husband. Tom Grant recalled:

“Courtney asked us, of course, not to contact him, not to make any contact with him, just to report back where he was and what was going on.”

A pixelated photo of the suicide note.

Was the letter also a suicide note?

But Grant didn’t find Cobain soon enough. His lifeless body was discovered by an electrician working at Cobain’s Seattle home three days after he died. Tom Grant said that the police told him that the death was a suicide:

“I contacted the police the day the body was found. They basically told me on the phone, ‘Hey, we know a suicide when we see a suicide.’

But the more Tom Grant discovered, the more he became convinced that the official cause of death was wrong. Grant believes that he found important inconsistencies in the case. For instance, Grant said Cobain’s credit card appeared to have been used after his death:

“There was an attempt made on April 6, there was another attempt made on April 8th. Kurt had died sometime on April 5, the previous Tuesday. Who was using the credit card?”

A man looking through a black leather wallet.

Two credit cards were found in his wallet

The police were never able to find out. According to Grant, that credit card was never found:

After the body was discovered, two other cards were found in the wallet, but the same card that someone was attempting to use after, we now know Kurt was already dead, was not found in Kurt’s property.”

The autopsy showed Kurt Cobain’s blood contained 1.52 milligrams per liter of the tranquilizer diazepam and heroin. Some medical experts said that much heroin could kill a person three times over, which Grant sited as further evidence against suicide:

“With that much heroin and diazepam in his system, could he even pick up that shotgun? Wouldn’t he be incapacitated within seconds?”

Dr. Donald Reay inspected Cobain’s body at the scene:

“It’s really an issue of tolerance. How much is this person used to? If a person has gradually, over months or years, increased the dose, a person could function with that amount of drugs, narcotics, whatever it is present in the system. Again, so much of it depends upon individual tolerance over a period of time.”

A shotgun laying on black and white tiled floor

No fingerprints were found on the shotgun

Police found no legible fingerprints on the shotgun, the shotgun shells, or the pen used to write the suicide note. Could they have been wiped clean? Sean T. O’Donnell of the Seattle Police Department didn’t think so:

“I think it’s clear that anyone who is familiar with firearms and their use would know that as they hold a weapon, that frequently that weapon will move in their hand. Additionally, when that weapon is discharged, that causes a jerking motion, which causes the hands to move over the surface of the weapon. And all of those factors could cause any fingerprints that may have been left on the weapon to be unusable.”

The alleged suicide note also raised questions. Tom Grant believed it was actually a retirement letter to Cobain’s fans. There were rumors that Cobain was feeling burned out, and was planning to adopt a lower profile. He had recently pulled out of the annual Lollapalooza tour.

Grant suggested that only the last four lines of the note indicated suicide. They read:

“Please keep going, Courtney. For Frances, for her life which will be so much happier without me. I love you, I love you.”

Unsolved Mysteries asked handwriting expert Marcel Matley to compare a copy of Cobain’s alleged suicide note with two pages of lyrics handwritten by Cobain:

“As to the last four lines, there are more than a dozen differences that should give us pause. And we would have to reasonably explain these differences before we can conclude that the same person wrote the four lines that wrote the body of it.”

Handwriting expert, Reginald Alton, also compared copies of Cobain’s handwriting to a copy of the note. In a five-page written report, Alton pointed out more than a dozen discrepancies.

He believed the bulk of the suicide note was written by Cobain, but raised questions about the first line and the last four lines. His report stated:

“There are many indications that there may have been a second hand at work.”

Sean T. O’Donnell of the Seattle Police responded:

“We did take the note from the scene and have it examined at the Washington State crime lab. And their handwriting analyst has indicated that it is her belief that this note was written by Mr. Cobain.”

Tom Grant offered his take on a possible motive:

“Kurt Cobain had made an important decision in his life. He wanted out of the entertainment business. He didn’t want to tour anymore. He didn’t want to perform anymore. He wanted to be left alone. He never liked that aspect of being a performer. This decision that he had made was going to affect a lot of other people. He was no longer the money machine that he once was. Now Cobain was worth more dead than he was alive.”

But who would have wanted Kurt Cobain dead? Could it have been the mysterious user of his credit card? Did that same person add critical lines to Cobain’s alleged suicide note? Those questions remain unanswered. The Seattle Police consider the case closed. Tom Grant does not. He believes the investigation should be reopened and the inconsistencies resolved once and for all.

Watch this case now on Amazon Prime in season nine with Robert Stack and in season one with Dennis Farina. Also available on YouTube with Dennis Farina. Various seasons available now on Hulu.



    This reminds me of when the Beatles almost won the Vietnam war.
    Although history seems to have rewritten it as John Lennon’s idea, in fact the whole Yellow Submarine idea came from Ringo Starr. Plans were pretty far developed with the submarine. Hagbard Celine had spent two years on the designs. Paul McCartney had developed a working relationship with the shipyards in Gdańsk, Poland, where it was going to be built. This all started in 1965, when a young shipbuilder called Lech Wałęsa wrote a fan letter to McCartney about his bass playing, and, because McCartney’s father had worked in shipbuilding on the Mersey and was laid off after the war, never to work again, McCartney had a real and lasting empathy with shipbuilders worldwide and their day-rate/non-contract plight.
    Paul McCartney and Lech Wałęsa were pen pals right through the rest of the ’60s. It was Paul who suggested to Lech he should form a trade union; and it was his girlfriend Francie Schwartz who came up with the idea to name the union Solidarność, or Solidarity in English. Paul convinced Lech the name would play well in the Western media.
    For a few days in February 1970, the album that was subsequently released as Let It Be was going to be called Solidarity. It was Yoko Ono who stopped it and demanded it be called Power to the People. George and Ringo came up with the peace-making compromise of Let It Be.
    As The Beatles were prevented from taking their royalties out of any of the Eastern Bloc countries for records they sold there, they used them to secretly bankroll the whole Solidarity Union movement right up until 1992.
    Most historians cite the influence of Solidarity as the first move that, over the next two decades, brought down the whole Eastern Bloc. All because one young mechanic wrote a fan letter to Paul McCartney asking about the bass playing on ‘Ticket To Ride’.
    Before I get sidetracked even further into the secret history of The Beatles, I will bring it back to known and well-documented facts. George Harrison persuaded the other three the only worthwhile thing left for them to do was to stop the Vietnam War, thus bringing about world peace. No amount of protesting by the ‘long-haired freaks’ was going to make any difference. The Beatles knew they were the only group of people who had the power to make this happen. But they also suspected their power would cease the moment the decade ended.
    On 1 September 1969, without telling their lawyers, accountants or even their WAGs, The Beatles withdrew all the money left in the Apple Records coffers. They insisted on having this in $1 bills. Then they flew in their private Learjet to Saigon, the capital of South Vietnam, disguised as nuns, with all the dollars stuffed into forty plain hessian sacks.
    In Saigon they bought four Chinook helicopters for cash. With a Beatle in each Chinook they flew North, with ten sacks of dollars in each helicopter. The journey North was low over the paddy fields and jungle. All the while they were blasting “All You Need Is Love’ from PA speakers strapped to the undersides of the Chinooks. After getting lost for several hours, the Chinooks finally landed at a prearranged clearing in the jungle. There they met up with Ho Chi Minh, the leader of the Viet Cong (the side the USA was at war with).
    This was the deal The Beatles offered for both sides to end the war: they would hand over the forty sacks of dollars to Ho Chi Minh in exchange for him agreeing peace terms. As for the Americans, President Nixon had to pull all his forces out of Southeast Asia. Nixon also insisted The Beatles announce their cessation of all collective activities for a term of 23 years as of 1 January 1970, and hand over all the rights to their recordings to him, including all future royalties.
    All parties were in agreement.
    Between John, Paul, George and Ringo they pulled the forty sacks full of dollars off the helicopters and piled them up in the clearing. Then each of the four Beatles shook hands with Ho Chi Minh and climbed back into their individual Chinooks. Their job was done. The ’60s were complete. World peace sorted.
    They then took off and, while circling the clearing before heading South back to Saigon and the awaiting aftershow party, they could see the very old and frail Ho Chi Minh himself throwing a lighted torch onto the bundle of sacks. All forty sacks were soon fully ablaze.
    The next day, Ho Chi Minh was dead, The Beatles did not announce their cessation of all collective activities on 1 January 1970, so the war in Vietnam dragged on for a further five years, The Beatles released a shit album and John Lennon got shot, and George Harrison died in mysterious circumstances. The fates of Paul and Ringo are yet to be sealed.


  2. Justice for KURT

    Sounds like PREMEDITATED MURDER. I find it hard to believe he didn’t leave not 1 finger anywhere on the shotgun he allegedly used. Also if you have a mountain of heroin why would you even need a gun? Why not just put so much in the spoon you know there’s no coming back. It’s because whoever DID kill Mr. Cobain wanted to make CERTAIN he was dead and there wouldn’t be any chance of survival. Who stands to gain the most from him being dead? If it’s Courtney then yeah she had him murdered even if she isn’t the one who pulled the trigger.


    • Kris James

      I’ve been a heroin addict for years now… At this point in my life I can absolutely put a mountain of dope in my cooker and not even nod out. My tolerance is so high right now I spend pissed because I can’t get high anymore. Js … Kurt was using like this, obviously and I’m terribly saddened he is gone and he missed the opportunity to recover. His legacy will always be tarnished by his addiction. Either way suicide or murder… just sad. (
      Sidenote: I have an appointment for treatment next Monday. Mountains of heroin are really expensive! I can’t afford it anymore! Jk LoL I’m doing it for my kids.)


  3. juan reyes jr

    Very confusing case that a shotgun was needed as the victim was found with a large amount of narcotics in the blood. But the question is what killed the victim first. The shotgun or the heroin?


  4. LOU

    Yeah I really think this isn’t make any sens . And I think we all are right about that . Cause he might have been miserable , like a lot of stars , he had reasons to live , he was rich , famous ,and really cute .
    He was full of heroin and took a gun ? wtf , we all know how dangerous is a life for a star alone . And we all know how the world is mean and cruel ,
    And the letter is really weird why would he writte a letter that let think it’s a murder , no , sorry , no I rather die for a long time , no real goodbye , just some reasons
    I really love him and I hope he’s in heaven , or where he want , if it’s in hell
    but I don’t see a suicide after a detox , and he didn’t tried to kill himself . We don’t know if he was happy or no , maybe someone forced him to writte this letter
    Without a chance to say goodbye wtf and I also think there is more evidence of the weirdness before , the haters , courtney who wanna be rich , and everything , that a 100% suicide . No prints , I mean it’s obviously weird .I hope they will find the murderer or I become president just to find who killed him , Maybe he was miserable , but a part of me think he was killed , cause he wasn’t stupid , and dying is horrible he did all of it on he’s own . Maybe he hated himself , maybe he was sad really sad , maybe agressive and hard to live with so her wife killed him , but still WITH A HUNT GUN ?????? why not jumping or making a AMAZING SUICIDE or , idk why did he write a letter so weird , with all of his poesy and everything , he writted a way like he wasn’t himself . He treat himself a narcissist , maybe it’s SECRET CODE , to talk about his murdered , ” I only Love things when they are not here they are gone ” the suicide letter is too much to be real , the drugs on him can’t make him writte a letter ,
    If he really wanted to kill himself why did he go to a cure detox before doing it .
    If he was suicidare , maybe he married a wife who’s just fucked up as he is , and killed him cause she don’t care ….
    How can a weirdo like that be so talented at singing , well I’m confused cause it’s the worst timing to die .
    he had family , money , new house , talent , love , and maybe he just wanted to be like that ….
    WE ALL LOVE HIM SO MUCH but at least , he stopped his pain ….
    But started ours by dying .
    But stop trying to find the killer , cause I think if the FBI was doing his fcking job , we would know by now something but ….. nothing
    you can still by a t shirt of nirvana and try to not cry ok


  5. MT

    The other person was Pat Smear. He was jealous of Kurt.Even dyeing his hair blonde.He made up he wasn’t there when Kurt called him when actually Kurt did get a hold of him, he went over there and took part in the murder.Shot up with Kurt then put more in his arm and made it look like suicide with the gun and Courtney giving him money for it.If you look at all the nirvana photos with Pat in them he looks out of place jealous and untrustworthy. Pat Smear (2nd guitar player in Nirvana and current guitarist in #foofighters) showed up at Tom’s office after Kurt’s death asking questions – also stating how he was feeling “so scared” of the situation before breaking into tears in front of Tom. Pat Smear knows more about the situation leading up to Kurts death than he has ever spoken about. #JusticeforKurt #KurtCobain #Nirvana #Murder

    MORE INFO AT http://www.cobaincase.com


  6. Rob

    Definitely the Record label knows something or it was one of there guys who pulled the trigger on the Gun and I think they have more power then the SPD!! I believe that the SPD knew going in from the start that he was murdered. But had pacific orders. C Love, well I mean she told her father Hank Harrison once apon a time ago when she was younger I’m a gonna kill myself a rock start. Wait what??? Wow!! We all know she knew he was dead. Kurt’s own personal cars tires were slashed to the point it was Undriveable!! The canceling of the credit cards she was trying to trap him only for him to eventually meet his killer. More than likely Kurt was accompanied I believe 2 persons. I believe C DeWitt was one of those persons. I Also believe Kurt struggled for his life for a brief moment before slipping away while being pinned down by C DeWitt in Kurt’s own house on the second floor somewhere. Jessica Hopper reports (C DeWitt) left the bed for a short time around 1200am only to return around 2-3am right around the time Sun April 5th the actual time stamp of Kurt’s death. I believe later his lifeless body was moved to the greenhouse where the rest happened. So sad.. he was worth to much money and he had to die and I know it sucks and there was nothing that he could of changed about it. Poor judgment from the beginning I must say.
    Meeting and marrying C Love? Well whennKurt wokeup it was tolate, don’t know if he knew she was a sociopath or not, who knows if he ever knew that she wanted him dead? Rest In peace Kurt… Will miss you.ß


  7. Matt

    They need to reopen the case . It’s obvious it was not a suicide it was a homicide . Fingers prints should have been on something I mean we trained men checked this out a can’t find anything it’s all bull they know it guess now he killed his self then wiped the finger prints off everything. Sounds like a group of Americas finest got paid off !!!!!!


  8. Bob

    Nothing is clear and obvious in this case, the murder of JFK is stuff of children.
    El Duce looked convincing, gave the name of whoever did the dirty work and passed the polygraph test too, but he also will die like a fool in a way that no one can believe.
    C. Love apparently had friends everywhere among the cops who dismissed the case as “suicide” and she did everything possible not to release the documentary that hypothesized his involvement in the case.


  9. Some Dude

    Ms Hepatitis sorry Ms love had him killed or was involved in some way that’s all I know. Please God I have somebody open this case to bring him Justice. Whoever believes that he did this himself is a complete idiot I’m not even the biggest Nirvana fan but I still think the man deserves Justice. They have a few great songs though just not like going to get a Nirvana tattoo fan but I still respect human life. 02/19/23 almost 4 am


  10. Something Clearly In The Way

    Love was in LA. She didn’t kill Cobain.

    But I doubt he pulled the trigger. Remember Martha Moxley? Proof that cases deserve a second glance.

    Whatever the ruling, this case was botched from the get-go. What’s truly disturbing is how this man’s life was thrown away with complete and utter disregard. “Just another junkie,” when in reality he was so much more to so many. And deserved more than the three ring circus he got in life and death.

    For those who say he was mentally ill- provide his therapist’s notes. Otherwise it’s all conjecture. Focus on the facts. There was drug abuse. The real tragedy is that his friends and family didn’t push harder to get him help. Sticking someone who they all claimed was “suicidal” (again, where is the documented proof from a licensed physician?) in rehab that they can check out of (he wasn’t stuck there- hopping that wall made no sense) is doing the bare minimum. If he was sincerely that depressed, he needed inpatient treatment and someone to take over as his POA. But selling records matters more than a human life, so it seems.


  11. adamitjr

    The Seattle Police Department’s responses are amateur at best, more like rookie. Their former chief of police at that time said the case needs to be reopen and the head homicide detective at that time was going to be fired in 1999 for basically stealing $10k from a crime scene and then trying to replant evidence. Sounds like what happened in 1994. Love slept with both Detective Terry and ME Hartshorne. Both have been killed off since. The list goes on. I grew up with a father with a PhD in Criminal Justice and he like many professionals believe the SPD’s crime scene investigation should be written in text books on exactly what not to do in this situation. The biggest coverup in world history and if they can’t come to grips with the truth and re-open the case to make this right, then if not corrupt, these are the most inept, incompetent group of collective individuals ever assembled to protect and serve. I had a chance to move to Seattle and chose Los Angeles instead. LAPD is not perfect but they have gotten better and there is no way they would have messed up this case. Love isn’t that smart either but doesn’t take much to pull one over on the gold standard for failure in crime scene investigation. Re-open the case SPD, own your baggage and do your job.


    • Robert Cohen

      I knew Kurt in eighth grade and was in the library with him when he chose the name Nirvana. We were friends off and on throughout high school until I joined the military. When I was in the military, I was the lead singer for an air force band called Static X. I was shot on stage at the Greek theater by Javier Bardem( No country for old men) a several years before Kurt’s death. I was in a band called Black House ( warner bro’s records) when I was contacted by the FBI to help investigate his death. I believe Javier Bardem murdered Kurt. But where is the hidden camera footage of the murder? There were no fingerprints on the shotgun. What confuses me is that there is no hidden camera footage of Kurt’s death. May Kurt rest in peace in Heaven.


  12. kayleigh

    i’m very convinced it was courtney. one thing that was pointed out in this was that his credit card was missing and being used whilst his body was not found. mysteriously, when the media brought out kurt’s death, the purchases ceased. there is so much more evidence that backs up the theory. such as different handwriting in the note to how much heroin was in his system. cobain.case has a few more topics covered on the website, if anyone would like to see.


  13. Ryan Mackey

    I personally think Courtney herself killed Kurt. Think. Courtney wanted Kurt to stay with the band and record label so she could become rich,plus several investigations stated that Kurt was too drunk or high on drugs to even hold a gun.


    • M

      I have a silly question, I was 24 at the time and really didn’t get into the why to much, now I’m just a old lady that love true crime. And conspiracy, well that’s the big hook. But… what if he really just od, accident, on purpose: I have big kids now so I’d rather think a parent wouldn’t do it to there kid on purpose, and with a mom/other parent like the kid had at the time and many many years later, yeah I’d stay for that reason alone even if I was just dead to everything else. May check the pay, or insurance claim, would they have paid out if suicide with drugs related? Did they not want him to just be a stupid ass that that he knew more?Maybe the shotgun was for that, sympathy, maybe they wouldn’t deep dive it to the rest. He’ll I believe Courtney would have definitely walked over anyone that might take away from what she got musically, money, fame, can’t say how she is now but then he’ll yes, she seemed like the person that would just fuck up fame, and cheat to be noticed, so jealous of lalapallza. She was only fame “on her own”after he died. So just words I was bored and kids gone and I got one that is into nirvana and we were doing some fact finding. Didn’t want her to get caught up in the fairytale of rocks sad 27club or think that’s the way to be remembered. Kind person, sometimes sad head and heart,lots to say about the world he saw and wanted to give people the words they may have been to scared to say out loud. Sorry if I pissed anyone off, didn’t mean too! Peace


  14. Annette

    Was that his daughter above…. saying Narvana sucked,… seriously he was from a different generation than myself but your talking about a life here….while the music died …. so did a life-
    ***not one can take away how he loved his daughter….if a picture can say a million words***
    He was killed you don’t have to be a Philadelphia Lawyer-
    Why tear down the greenhouse and melt down the gun? Thats my questions


  15. Len

    I found this in a comment in YouTube:
    What about Kurt Cobain? I bet they didn’t even check his fingerprints or dental records. He was in utero or killed by someone for saying “Everybody is gay!” in one of his songs on his last album. That could of angered somebody who detests the gay community or being called that. In Utero was his last album and he may have killed someone else shooting them in the face so he was unrecognizable and that person is missing. Cobain left his wallet all laid out nearby as if to say, “Make no mistakes here.” Send that to Unsolved Mysteries.

    Maybe Kurt himself used that credit card until he re-established himself somewhere else with another identity.


  16. Molly

    Soaked in Bleach
    Love and Death
    Queen of noise
    Love Kills the Assassination of Kurt Cobain by Hank Harrison. Courtney’s father.


  17. pamela

    maybe Kurt isn’t dead,


  18. carl george

    yes I believe that Courtney was definitely involved in Kurt’s murder. she wanted to be the “Go-getter in the whole situation once she married Kurt for his money and that she 100 percent used his credit card during the supposed murder/suicide incident. Seattle police need to blow this case open again for more clues.


  19. Crystal

    Dylan got him the gun he could have stolen his card as well as his pin number Cally and Eric was involved and Eric told Kristen she split with him he told court that he told her court and Eric had to finish Kirsten Pfaff of too


  20. Crystal

    Dylan got him the gun he could have stolen his card as well as his pin number Cally and Eric was involved and Eric told Kristen Pfaff she split wiv him+he’s told her everything so Eric and court finish her of the same way but without a. Gun as it would b to suspicious thats wat I think


  21. Believer

    Reopen the case… more evidence is there. Someone just needs to make it a priority and look at it… the truth will always prevail


  22. Anonymous

    Don’t know, don’t care.


  23. Anonymous

    i don’t think it was suicide, sure there was someone with him be4 he died,a lot of evidence assure that, no fingerprints on the shotgun what is he wiped his fingerprints after he killed him self, who use his credit card someone close to him,handwriting is confusing how some lines differs from the others, who killed him someone knows his place & injected him 2 look like suicide,the victim knows him ’cause there’s no breaking in signs, i think the reason was all about money


  24. daniel landrum

    to yong a


  25. anonymous

    kurt wasnt killed by his wife but someone should really look at dylan or michael or people shes given money to for no reason. i believe threw all i read that she had the motive and the means what she was waiting on was opportunity. look at all the people that crossed her and knew the truth ended up disappering or dead. ya truly think she had something to do with it.


  26. Ryan

    If I may draw your attention to the three instances in the main body of the suicide note where Kurt writes “for” : notice that in each of the three occurances he connects the “f” and “o” with a small transition line.

    Juxtapose this fact with the two occurances of the word “for” contained in the lower portion and notice there is no connection whatsoever.


  27. Brittany Bell

    His wife killed him no doubt… They should really reopen the case.


  28. f.b.cobain

    just as well…nirvana sucked anyway. wash your hair and put a clean shirt on once in a while, jeez.


  29. john smith

    cops…pppffftttt…clearly another case of “well, if we call it suicide, despite all the indications that it was murder, we can go home and eat donuts…but if we call it murder, then oh my god we have real WORK to do…screw it, it was suicide.” cops are idiots.


  30. Johnny

    I was a teenager when Kurt Cobain died. It shocked the music world in 1994 when he was found dead. Loved Nirvana and their music. It looked like an open and shut case of suicide. The missing credit card and the lack of shotgun prints makes me think though. You could see Kurt ending the cycle of pain and depression but with a new baby and wife…He had much to live for. I don’t think the record company would kill him off since groups will sometimes take a year off. They have a hiatus or write a new record or whatever. I’m thankful for Kurt and his music. You would think after 22 years a drifter or a friend would have been captured now if they killed Kurt.


    • Kelrebec

      Thanks Johnny for such a heartfelt reply. I was not a teenager, but the music impacted my life
      at the same time and I do miss his wit, style and grace. I enjoy seeing Dave Grohl’s success because, in my mind, he kept Kurt alive longer.


  31. AK

    He was severely bipolar. He left rehab early and started using again. He might have thought he would never be free of the addiction, and that he was better off dead.


  32. Mr

    Kurt Cobain was not worth unsolved mysteries time and only the most idiotic just want someone to blame other than the man himself


  33. I Wish Kurt Cobain Wasn't Dead

    I’m convinced this was a murder. Courtney Love is prime suspect, obviously. But I have no say in this. I’m only 13, and I was not alive to see the day Cobain died. I do wish he hadn’t passed on, though. He’s probably my favorite singer/guitarist of all time.


  34. annistaisa

    Many people blame Courtny Love for Kurt Cobain’s death. She was supicious, but i think his death was a little more complex then that. Kurt was about to leave his record lable. he thought Nirvana was becomming to comercialized, something he never wanted. The record lable was making millions off of Nirvana. Musicans who have tried to leave record lables have always “disappeared”. A lot of their deaths become questionable suicides, just like Marylin Monroe’s death. Kurt’s death was very questionable. It does deserve to be reopened and investigated again. As long as the ones who did it are still alive, it will never be. If it was Courtny who did it on her own, the case would have been reopened and she would have been convicted. No one favored her. I would look in the direction of the record lable and the powers at be. They know what happened.


  35. Anonymous

    The case should be reopened I feel. Like grant says how could he have pulled the trigger to the gun with that much drugs in his system. It just doesn’t make any sense.


  36. ??

    She(Courtney)killed Curt or she knows who killed him…Submitted Sun 02/15/15


  37. owlsarenotwhattheyseem

    it was courtney. had to be. nothing will ever change my mind about that. Justice should be done and that horrible woman who is now feasting on Kurts money should be locked up for good.


  38. Anonymous

    Courtney had him killed. No doubt in my mind!


  39. josephene

    hello friends


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