A museum in Aberdeen, Washington containing a Kurt Cobain exhibition has been destroyed by a fire. Rare pieces, including artwork, from the late singer’s personal collection were on display at the Aberdeen Museum of History when the fire broke out Saturday (June 9). According to Billboard, Aberdeen fire chief Tom Hubbard called it a “massive destruction of historic items and “a devastating loss for the city”. The cause of the fire is unknown.
This is terrible. Hope people are safe. https://t.co/ZWvwjr2Il2
— Krist Novoselić (@KristNovoselic) June 9, 2018
Sad to hear about the fire at the Aberdeen Museum of History. Here are a couple pics of the Kurt Cobain Exhibit and one of the old Stewart Field (Aberdeen HS stadium) sign I took when I was down there last September. Horrible loss for the community. pic.twitter.com/rsRliBPbmA
— Ryland Spencer™ (@RylandSpencer) June 11, 2018