Today is a tragic day for all those affected by Kurt Cobain and the music of Nirvana as a museum which housed pieces from the late singer’s personal collection has burned down. The Aberdeen Museum of History in his hometown of Aberdeen, WA. was home to not only the singer’s personal artwork, but mementos from his days as a musician.

The blaze broke out Saturday (June 9th) from unknown causes. Aberdeen fire chief Tom Hubbard called it a, “massive destruction of historic items” and “a devastating loss for the city.” While these items cannot be replaced, there are other sites that still house Cobain’s memorabilia. All is not lost.

Below is a video of the blaze as well as some of the items that were lost in the fire.

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