Nearly three decades after the death of Nirvana’s iconic front man Kurt Cobain, new light has been shed on the circumstances surrounding his tragic demise
Tom Grant, a private investigator, released what he claims to be Cobain’s official autopsy report on Thursday. This document, shared on Grant’s website and X account, could provide unprecedented insights into Cobain’s death, which has been shrouded in mystery and speculation for years.
Grant has been investigating Cobain’s death since 1994, the year the musician died at the age of 27, leaving behind his wife, Courtney Love, and daughter, Frances Bean.
The release of this report, if authentic, marks the first time such details have been made publicly available. Washington state laws, which typically restrict the release of sensitive information like autopsy reports to family members, have kept Cobain’s autopsy undisclosed until now.
According to Grant’s claims, the alleged report appears to confirm the long-held understanding of Cobain’s death — that he died by suicide using a shotgun. It also allegedly contains details of substances found in Cobain’s system at the time of his death. Efforts to verify the authenticity of this document have been met with silence from King County officials, who cited Washington’s privacy laws concerning such matters, as reported by TMZ.
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