I first read about Irma Serrano within the pages of The Spiritual Journey of Alejandro Jodorowsky. Better known as "La Tigresa", Serrano was an actor (in theater, soaps, and movies of the 60s), as well as a singer, and to some extent she was involved in politics. She was a senator, I'm not sure what her exact role was, except that it was certainly to the extent that she was involved in political scandals. She was arrested for publicly flirting with The President of Mexico, and they are rumored to have had an affair. Her first film role was alongside a Mexican wrestler named Santo, in the pulp film Santo Contra los Zombies. According to Jodorowsky, Serrano engaged in one conniving PR stunt after another, and practiced animal voodoo with the best of them. She had a refridgerator full of animal parts and supposedly a goat buried underneath her living room floor. Serrano is considered to be an icon of the golden age of entertainment in Mexico. Below, the song title appropriately translates to "Calling The Devil", from Serrano's first self titled LP, and I'm also including a clip of the aforementioned Santo Zombie movie's ending.