Nearly 20 years after the death of Kurt Cobain, Seattle police have decided to re-examine his death. Some film that has been in a police evidence box has finally been developed. 

According to Seattle news station KIRO, the 35mm film was developed a month ago by King County Sheriff's Office photo lab under high security.

The pictures have a slight green tint to them from deterioration, but show the scene more clearly than earlier polaroids taken by the investigators.

KIRO 7 has obtained an image from the scene that has not previously been made public. Tonight at 11, we will show that image on KIRO 7 Eyewitness News Eleven at 11 and explain why police wanted to examine it as part of the investigation.


One of the questions that will be asked to the lead detective is why the evidence has been kept for so long, when it was initially ruled a suicide.

What could this mean?!

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