Late Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell's widow Vicky is asking fans of the fallen musician to submit their messages for her late husband to his official website so they may be shared. Vicky wrote on Twitter, "Since my husband's tragic passing, fans from all over the world have come together to share their feelings about what Chris and his music meant to them, leaving thousands of messages of love while visiting him at Hollywood Forever and online. You have opened your hearts to me and our children and we are grateful to you for your sympathy, love and support in bringing us solace and helping us heal."
Vicky added, "You have given us hope and strength to endure the pain of these very dark days. I want to thank all of you and I hope you will leave your tributes, personal stories and messages for our family, to be shared on Chris' site for everyone to read."
- The messages will be posted on Chris Cornell's official website, where several heartfelt posts from Vicky, along with his daughters Lily and Toni, can be read now.
- Fans may submit their own tributes, memories and personal stories along with photos via the website's submission form.
- Chris Cornell committed suicide in a Detroit hotel room on May 18th after playing a concert with Soundgarden earlier that night in the Motor City. He was 52 years old.
- He was buried in the Hollywood Forever cemetery in Los Angeles on May 26th, although his family has announced plans for a memorial statue in his hometown of Seattle.