The year was 1991.... a young fledgling rock star from Seattle was in pain. A lot of pain. Rigorous touring was not to blame. Soon the young musician realized something was wrong. Very wrong. His wife, that he'd had memories of but never actually met was missing from his life. From that time period in general. Trapped in 2012, she awaits a way back. A way back to change the future... a future that turns into a place with no Kurt Cobain.

A murder plot that turns into the most famous suicide in history, this site is dedicated to the small story of the husband who left a billion clues for the wife who figured them out.

Now her goal is to avenge her husband's death by pinning the murderer's with their crime...

Meanwhile she pours herself into her journal, awaiting the day she is finally reunited with her husband in time.

Letters to Kurt...

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Dear Kurt,

Some times my vanity astounds me. Today is not a good one. I feel as though the end is near, and even someone with my strength and endurance cannot take the long, dark road of nothingness, aloneness. Anymore.

As I speak, with tears gracing my cheeks... I consider the mascara that circles the blue iris, the puffiness of the skin.

And I wonder why tears aren't more graceful for the vain... I have been analyzing suicide more lately than I ever have before. And my heart is empty. My soul... Bled dry.

I don't know if I belong here... Tell me I belong here...


Thursday, May 19, 2011

Dear Kurt,

I sang River tonight... And it was quite depressing. I cry over memories of my youth. I feel like legends don't pertain to the time we are in now. There are no Kurts no Rivers no Marilyns no James. Everyone is dull in the future.

Your birthday was Feb. 20th and I missed a post. So many months in advance... I'd like to say Happy Birthday to you. You were such a beautiful individual. Not just on the inside... You were one of the most beautiful men to ever live...

I stare at old photographs of you and wonder how... Why you ever gave a woman like Courtney Love the time of day. She was so beneath you in every way. You were beautiful. Just... Breathtaking. I loved you. You deserved more...

Dear --------

I believe a great injustice might have been committed in the case of Kurt Cobain.

Mr. Cobain was the lead singer of a popular group from Seattle called Nirvana. They achieved a mass amount of popularity in 1991, and gained millions of fans around the world. He is survived by a young daughter named Frances, and his wife Courtney Love.

The official story from the Seattle police department is that he took his own life, however there are a lot of unanswered questions and inconsistencies with this. A California state licensed private investigator named Tom Grant, who was hired by Cobain's wife to try and locate him the week before his death, strongly believes foul play was involved. Based on information he has gathered, he also believes his wife had something to do with it. According to Mr. Grant, this information was taken to the Seattle police department a week after Cobain's death, only to be ignored.

Since 1994, quite a few magazine and newspaper articles have been written on this information. It has also been the subject of many radio and television shows. A book entitled "Who Killed Kurt Cobain? The Mysterious Death of an Icon" was published in 1998. It was mentioned in a 1998 film about the couple called "Kurt & Courtney". The internet has also helped get this information out with sites like, Tom Grant's homepage on his investigation, and

I feel Mr. Grant's information has gone ignored and suppressed long enough by the Seattle police and the media. I'm writing you in hopes for your help to press for a reexamination of Mr. Cobain's death. Millions of fans around the world would like to see the inconsistencies surrounding the death cleared up once and for all. It is sad to think that an injustice of this nature can be allowed in the United States.

Thank you for your time.