"Kurt Cobain was found dead at his home in Seattle, Washington, United States on April 8, 1994..."
... been reported suicidal by his wife Courtney Love.
... Courtney knew Kurt wanted out of the marriage. Just weeks prior to his death, she asked one of her attorneys to get the "meanest, most vicious divorce lawyer" she could find.
...The events surrounding the death of Kurt Cobain are filled with lies, contradictions in logic, and countless inconsistencies.
..."I asked Dylan if he felt Kurt was suicidal. He replied, "No. Not at all. He's under a lot of pressure, but he's handling things pretty good."
...Cobain's grandfather, Leland Cobain, has publicly said that he believes Kurt was the victim of murder, and not suicide.
... Cobain's heroin, (morphine), blood level was 1.52 mgs per liter. This would require a minimum injection of 225 mgs of heroin, three times a lethal dose, even for a hardcore heroin addict! The drug Diazepam, was also found in Cobain's blood system.
Grant argues that Cobain could not have injected himself with such a dose and still have been able to pull the trigger.
Grant does not believe that Cobain was killed by the heroin dose. He suggests that the heroin was used to incapacitate Cobain before the final shotgun blast was administered by the perpetrator
...During the memorial, a recording was played of Love reading his suicide note...
Love asked everyone to call Cobain an “asshole”; on the recording, the crowd obeys. Finally, Love implored fans not to listen to Cobain’s final words, “it’s better to burn out than fade away,” from Neil Young’s “My My, Hey Hey (Out of the Blue)”.
During the High Times article El Duce claimed that in the last day's of December 1993, Courtney Love pulled up outside The Rock Shop, a Hollywood record shop, at 1644 Wilcox Ave, Hollywood, and spoke to him. The conversation went:
C Love: "El, I need a favour of you. My old man's been a real asshole lately, I need you to blow his fucking head off."
El Duce: "Are you serious"?
C Love: "Yeah, I'll give you $50,000 to blow his fucking head off."
El Duce: "I'm serious if you are".
CLove: "Where can I reach you"?
El Duce: "You can reach me here".
Love then took a business card and left. Sepedjian then went on to say that in March 1994 Love contacted the shop asking for El Duce, who at the time was on tour. Courtney was screaming: "That son of a bitch, we made an agreement. What am I going to do"? Sepedjian replied: "I don't know, I've got a business to run. Goodbye."
On March 6th 1996, El Duce underwent and passed a "lie detecting"-test administered by Dr. E. Gelb a leading polygraph examiner.
According to the book Who Killed Kurt Cobain? by Max Wallace and Ian Halperin, El Duce (Hoke) showed up at his friend Drew Gallagher's home on April 17, 1997, asking where he could go to get a fake Driver's License. Hoke was incredibly paranoid and nervous at this time. When Gallagher asked what he meant, Hoke responded "People get buried in cornfields, people get lost in swamps", meaning he was in fear of his life. The next things that Hoke said to Gallagher are greatly overlooked by the media, but seem to be groundbreaking in the case: Hoke secretly informed Gallagher of who he was told had "killed Kurt Cobain". Hoke never got to reveal this information to anyone else or take another lie detector test to prove this startling new information, as the next two days of his life were his last. Gallagher plans to name the "killer" in a book he's writing, which may have been abandoned, or is unfinished.
Hoke died the year after on April 19, 1997 in Riverside, California, after being hit by a train while in a state of alcoholic intoxication. It has been hypothesised that he had actually been pushed into the train's path by someone on Courtney Love's behalf, in order to silence Hoke for talking about the solicitation of Cobain's murder."
Fra Kurts såkaldte selvmordsbrev:
"I'm too much of an erratic, moody baby! I don't have the passion anymore, and so remember, it's better to burn out than to fade away."