A number of bizarre conspiracy theories have emerged after the Nirvana frontman killed himself in Seattle, Washington, in April 1994.
Many truthers are convinced the rocker was killed – but others allege he is still alive and leading a new life far from the US.
Programmer Daniel Carr took a bizarre picture last month and uploaded to Twitter with the caption: “Kurt Cobain is alive and living in Nice, France.”
In it, a bloke with long blonde hair and similar facial features to Cobain is pictured leaning back on a chair in the sunshine.
He can also be seen wearing a leopard print coat that the singer posed with, and some of his trademark sunglasses.
Singer Ramiro Saavedra performed hit single Come As You Are on a Peruvian talent show, with his performance going viral.
With guitar in hand, Ramiro mimicked Cobain’s iconic hairstyle, wore a similar cardigan, and impressed with his note-for-note performance.
One Reddit user wrote: “OMG Kurt Cobain from Nirvana is alive!” and another simply added: “He is alive!”
Others are convinced that Cobain was actually murdered, including a private investigators who was involved in the search for his body.
Tom Grant was interviewed in 2015 documentary Soaked in Bleach, where he questioned the official police report that Cobain locked himself in his greenhouse before his suicide.
Tom had visited the singer’s house after his death and took a photo that he claimed disproved that theory.
The picture, shown in the documentary, showed that the “locked” door of Cobain’s greenhouse featured a twist lock.
A twist lock can be locked while the door is open, meaning when you close the door behind you it locks into the door frame securely.
Tom suggested that that meant another person could have locked Cobain’s door as they left the greenhouse – and therefore could have been involved in his death.