Grunge-rock god Kurt Cobain’s death house in Seattle is up for sale for $7.5 million — but some fear buyers won’t bite because folks believe it’s haunted!
“It’s a hard sell,” a local real estate source exclusively told RadarOnline.com. “Too many people believe his spirit still occupies the place!”
The troubled Nirvana frontman, 27, blew his brains out in a greenhouse on the 8,000-square-foot home in the posh lakefront neighborhood of Denny-Blaine, and his body was discovered on April 8, 1994. Investigators believe he’d been dead for three days.
A few feet away from his lifeless body, an open cigar box held a kit for injecting heroin. A bag containing a box of 20-gauge shotgun shells rested by his left foot.
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“Kurt was a tortured soul, especially at the time of his death,” said a music industry insider.
“His spirit, I believe, haunted the house! And I believe his wife, Courtney Love, knew it,” the informant said.
Cobain’s widow demolished the garage that held the greenhouse and sold the four-bedroom mansion in 1997 for $2.8 million — nearly twice what the couple paid for it.
But sources claimed Love’s revelation that she’d been haunted by Cobain’s agonized spirit has done little to help its resale value in the years since. His body was found among drug paraphernalia.
Beyond the Grave
“He said hi to me, and then he left,” the “Malibu” singer, now 55, admitted.