Fans mourn grunge rock icon Kurt Cobain 25 years after death

  • In this Dec. 13, 1993, file photo, Kurt Cobain performs in Seattle. On the 25th anniversary of Cobain's death, dozens of people gathered throughout the day at a Seattle park near the house where the music icon killed himself, leaving flowers, candles and written messages. Cobain, whose band Nirvana rose to global fame amid the city's grunge rock years of the early 1990s, shot himself on April 5, 1994, in his home in a wealthy neighborhood near Lake Washington. (AP Photo/Robert Sorbo, File)
  • Messages honoring the late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain are written on a park bench, Friday, April 5, 2019, in Seattle. People gathered throughout the day at Viretta Parkin in Seattle, Friday, leaving flowers, candles and written messages on the 25th anniversary of Cobain's death. Cobain, whose band Nirvana rose to global fame amid Seattle's grunge rock years of the early 1990s, shot himself on April 5, 1994 in his home near Lake Washington. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
  • Grace Dubec, 15, of Indianapolis, Ind., wears a Nirvana T-shirt as she looks over a park bench covered with messages honoring the late Kurt Cobain, Friday, April 5, 2019, in Seattle. People gathered throughout the day at Viretta Parkin in Seattle, Friday, leaving flowers, candles and written messages on the 25th anniversary of Cobain’s death. Cobain, whose band Nirvana rose to global fame amid Seattle’s grunge rock years of the early 1990s, shot himself on April 5, 1994 in his home near Lake Washington. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

SEATTLE — On the 25th anniversary of Kurt Cobain’s death, dozens of people left flowers, candles and handwritten messages at a Seattle park near the house where the Nirvana frontman killed himself.

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