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Real estate agent says Kurt Cobain’s house is haunted by the musician

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Real estate agent says Kurt Cobain’s house is haunted by the musician

Apparently the house in which Kurt Cobain died is haunted by the spirit of the artist. Real estate agent of Ewing & Clark Inc has put up for sale the former home of Nirvana singer and wife Courtney Love, but cannot sell it because potential buyers believe it is haunted.


According to Radar Online, a real estate official revealed to the them the difficulties of selling the property.

The source said:

“It’s hard to sell, many people believe his spirit still occupies the place.”

Kurt Cobains house

He adds:

“His spirit, I believe, haunted the house! And I believe his wife, Courtney Love, knew it,” the informant said.

In an interview with Interview Magazine, Courtney said that after demolishing the area where Cobain committed suicide in 1994 and moving from Seattle with her family, she received a visit from her ex-husband.

“When I moved to Seattle’s Hancock Park with Frances and Edward [Norton, the singer’s boyfriend at the time], I saw Kurt in the chair for a moment. He said hello to me and then left,” Love said.

Kurt Cobain’s Death

On April 8, 1994, Kurt Cobain, lead singer and guitarist of the grunge band Nirvana, was found dead at his home in Seattle, Washington. At the time it was determined he had died by suicide three days earlier. The Seattle Police Department incident report states that Cobain “was found with a shotgun across his body, had a visible head wound and there was a suicide note discovered nearby.”

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