When the body of rock icon Kurt Cobain was found in his Seattle home with a bullet through his head, the reverberations were felt across the world. His untimely death in 1994 was instantly labelled a suicide, and his millions of fans resigned themselves to the loss of their angst-ridden hero. But was it really the obvious suicide his fans accepted. Ian Halperin and Max Wallace reveal an alarming array of inconsistencies. They offer compelling reasons for reopening this suicide case, so that fans will know how their hero died.