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Kurt Cobain’s Death Reopened Then Closed By Seattle Police

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(Frank Micelotta/Getty Images)

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By Scott T. Sterling

In a shocking turn of events, Seattle police have re-opened the case surrounding the 1994 death of Nirvana frontman, Kurt Cobain.

According to KIRO 7, the reason behind the new look at the case revolves around four rolls of camera film that sat undeveloped in a police evidence vault until recently. After developing and looking at the images, Seattle police said “they more clearly show the scene than the earlier Polaroid photos taken by investigators.”

The station has obtained one of the new images, which they plan on broadcasting later tonight (March 20) on the 11 p.m. newscast. There will also be an interview with the detective re-examining the case who will discuss new details and “the various alternate theories that have developed since Cobain’s death.”

Read what a Seattle police spokesperson had to say on Radio.com

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