Associated Press spoke with Ed McKee who is auctioning a house where the late grunge rocker Kurt Cobain lived as a boy where phoney bids got up to $40 million. “It feels good to be a millionaire — on paper, at least,” he said. “It’s hard for us to take these huge bids seriously because there’s a lot of pranksters out there.” Meanwhile, don’t look for any seal of approval from Cobain’s estate. “The estate will not be authorizing any commercial use of Mr. Cobain’s name or likeness at the property,” attorney Paul Karl Lukacs said.
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