Iggy Rose was one of Syd Barrett's girlfriends in 1969.
She is most famous for being the model on the Syd Barrett album: 'The Madcap Laughs'.
Nicknamed Iggy the Eskimo, it was rumoured she was part Inuit.
One day, in 1969, she disappeared out of Syd's life and was not heard of ever since.
Almost four decades later, the Holy Church of Iggy the Inuit started to mess with things.
Its five years mission: to find Iggy and bring her back to the spotlights.
And guess what, with some invaluable help from many, many friends... we did...
Beginning 2017 Iggy Rose decided to leave social media. She died peacefully on the 13th of December 2017,
just before her seventieth birthday. Wishing you good luck, Iggy, wherever you are.
Times Of India, the oldest English-language newspaper in India,
posted a follow-up article about Iggy’s Mizo roots. The first article
was called Pink Floyd Muse Iggy 'the Inuit' had Mizo roots and
can be found here: Iggy
takes India by Storm #6.
For the follow-up journalist Chandrima Banerjee contacted Iggy's sister
Elizabeth and none other than yours truly, the Reverend of the Holy
Church of Iggy the Inuit.
Elizabeth is planning to visit Mizoram and meet her family over there…
I’ve never been to India. I’m going to visit my relatives in Mizoram
with my partner Rob next year, depending on the Covid-19 situation,
obviously, I’m really buzzed about it.
Elizabeth also mentions a few things we didn’t know. Iggy was born in Rawalpindi
(Pakistan), her brother Stephen in Dhaka
If you want to know what the Reverend had to say, you’ll need to consult
Chandrima Banerjee’s article: Pink Floyd muse Iggy’s English &
Mizo families to reunite after 60 years (URL: Times
Many thanks to: Chandrima Banerjee and the Mizoram online community! ♥
Libby ♥ Iggy ♥
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