Seattle Police have released previously unseen images showing drug paraphernalia at the scene of Kurt Cobain’s suicide.
The images are from rolls of undeveloped film discovered by Detective Mike Ciesynski who recently reviewed the case, a spokesman told the Associated Press.
The images show a cigar box filled with needles, a spoon and a lighter. Cigarettes, a pair of sunglasses and a crumpled banknote are also visible.
In a statement reported by Seattle TV station KIRO 7 News, spokesman Detective Renee Witt said: “There are no new developments, no new twists or turns in the case.
“He came upon this film, and that’s pretty much it. It is still a suicide.”
Detective Ciesynski added there were further pictures of Cobain dead at the scene which will not be released.
He said: "It was wasn't going to change my decision that this was a suicide and actually I'm the one that makes the decision finallly: do we go forward or not? Morally I would not be able to justify that. Legally I can't justify doing that."
Released in 1991, Nirvana's seminal album Nevermind sold 10 million copies. However for Cobain, worldwide fame came with a fatal price.
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