of the death of one the most popular and influential musicians of the 1990's. (Melody Makers, web2.epnet.com 12/08/2001)
There is no question of Kurt Cobain's death. Many people think he was murdered, many people think it is pretty impossible to shot yourself in the head with a shotgun, but truly it isn't. Kurt Cobain was found on the floor of his garage, when he was found he had been dead for some time from a single "self administered shotgun wound to the head." Around him on the floor were some personal possessions and a had written suicide note which read "I have it good, very good, and I'm grateful, but since the age of seven I've become hateful towards all humans in general" (Iain Shedden, "Smells Like a Dead Man").
Cobain had grown up in a small town named Aberdeen. Washington. His childhood was disrupted by the divorce of his parents when he was eight. The success of Nirvana gave Kurt the authority to be the "spokesman" of his generation. Nirvana's music gave way to hundreds of other underground bands, but with this success came the media's attention and the almost total loss of privacy that came with it (Kurt Kobain's Obituary).
Kurt had secretly suffered from an illness that caused severe stomach pains for more that seven years, which caused him to contemplate suicide almost everyday. This constant abdominal pain led to deep "melancholic depression verging of schizophrenia, and frequent bouts of narcolepsy" (Kurt Kobain's Obituary). Doctors were of no help to him, so he found escape in heroin. For years he fought his addiction, but compared to the severe stomach pains, heroin was unimportant (Kurt Kobain's Obituary).... [continues]
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