Conspiracy Thursday: Kurt Cobain

The world is in a constant conspiracy against the brave. It’s the age-old struggle: the roar of the crowd on the one side, and the voice of your conscience on the other. ~ Douglas MacArthur

It’s the first Thursday in 2019. I really rather enjoyed the theme for 2018 with Intrigue, Conspiracy and World Domination. It seemed like a good idea to continue with Conspiracy Thursday. I’ve barely scratched the surface of all the conspiracies out there. And new ones are forming all the time.

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The British Hubby and I listen to Conspiracy Theories podcast on Parcast. Episodes 11 and 12 were about the death of Kurt Cobain. Nothing makes for a better conspiracy than the death of someone famous. Cobain died in 1994. This April marks the 25 year anniversary. His death and resulting conspiracy is still making the news. In May 2018, there was a court ruling that photographs of the scene would remain sealed. This conspiracy states the government killed Cobain. The US government can’t figure out how to fund itself or manage a budget, but I’m sure it had time to plot the death of a musician.

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Was it an overdose? Was it something more sinister? Was it aliens trying to capture a legend to live with Elvis, JFK and Marlin Monroe? This article suggests it was something more sinister. My money is on aliens. Aliens are always involved in the tragic deaths of famous people. (I’m not saying it’s aliens, but it’s aliens.)

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Cat Conspiracy: We suspect Ernie might be practicing haruspex. He’s predicting a nap in the near future.

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