Anyone who has witnessed the glorious oddities of The Video Dead (1987) or Dr. Caligari (1989) will never forget the pale luminosity of late actress-singer Jennifer Miro. In particular, her slyly beguiling undead “The Woman” in TVD surely gave countless young men (and women) nervous feelings of desire as opposed to frightened reactions of dismay. This striking lass was, also, one of the prime forces behind the ever changing, hard to track down (New Wave influenced) band Nuns.
Thankfully, Miro, who died of cancer at the age of 54 in late 2011, is currently gaining a bit of legacy following due to Radiation Records, who has re-released a couple of classic Nuns recordings including the eclectic Rumania.
Gone too quickly (in physical form), the divine Miro will always haunt our favored dark limbed dreams.
Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan