In Seattle on Thursday, police scrambled to tamp down rumors that they were re-examining the death of nirvana front man Kurt Cobain.
Social media erupted with speculation that there was new information in the singer's death. The tweets started to fly after Seattle news station published a story about re-examining the investigation.
It turns out an officer did recently look back at the 1994 case file, but only to refresh himself on the details in anticipation of the upcoming 20th anniversary of his death.
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