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Episode 73 - Kurt Cobain

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Kurt Cobain was the front man of grunge group Nirvana that was formed in 1987. Cobain married Courtney Love in 1992 and the 2 went on to have a child, Frances Bean Cobain in 1992.

The beginning of April 1994 Cobain escaped from a rehab facility by jumping the fence and made his way to his Lake Washington Boulevard home. Kurt's body was found on April 8th by an electrician who had come to install a security system. Was this a suicide or murder?

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