New Documentary Dredges Up KURT COBAIN Conspiracy Theory
According to The Pulse Of Radio, a new documentary dredging up the baseless and completely discredited theory that NIRVANA frontman Kurt Cobain was murdered and did not commit suicide is tentatively slated for release this year. Titled "Soaked In Bleach", the film recreates events in Cobain's life with actors playing the troubled musician and his wife, Courtney Love, while also featuring interviews with forensic experts, investigative journalists and law enforcement officials.
Check out the trailer for "Soaked In Bleach" below.
Grant has been pushing — for 20 years — his theory that it was in fact Love who was somehow behind Cobain's death.
Cobain's body was found on April 8, 1994, three days after he gave himself a massive dose of heroin and killed himself with a shotgun in a room above his garage.
The film has been spearheaded by Tom Grant, a private investigator who was hired by Love "to find her missing husband" during the last days of his life.
The police have never found any evidence to suggest that Cobain's death was anything but a suicide.
Cobain and the surviving members of NIRVANA will be inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame on Thursday (April 10) at a ceremony in Brooklyn, New York.
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