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The Life and Death of Kurt Cobain

Summary: Discusses the text, Love & Death by Private Investigator Tom Grant. Describes the life of American singer Kurt Cobain and analyzes Grant's new evidence supporting the theory that Kurt Cobain was murdered.
As the ageless phenomenon of "Smells like Teen Spirit" and many other songs live on, Nirvana's lead singer Kurt Cobain died tragically on April 5th 1994, at the young age of 27 (Halperin, Ian). Some, including the Seattle Police Department believe it was an open and shut case of suicide (Justice for Kurt). Unfortunately for friends, family and the fans of Kurt Cobain, police never gave too much thought to the case and closed it quite quickly. There are also those who believe it was a case of conspiracy and murder. Those who support this theory have plenty of evidence to back up their ideas. Many have contended with the Seattle police to re-open the Cobain files and take a new look at the evidence found by many individual investigators (Halperin, Ian). If the courts would take the time to admit that there might have been a mistake, they would...

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