This early proposal for a planned music video, with Jeffery Plansker as the director, surfaced on eBay in 2002. It contains several images from the Victorian era to show what kind of ideas the director had for the video. There are 23 pages, each encased in plastic. The label states the name of the director, and that this is the copy given to Nirvana, and it has an A&R Group (from Fairfax in Los Angeles) logo.
The seller was Michael "Cali" DeWitt, nanny of Kurt Cobain's daughter Frances Bean Cobain. The item was found when Gary (Gersh?) cleaned out his basement. DeWitt was asked to throw it all away.
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