Horror Movie-Related Death Makes Waves in Silicon Valley   

October 6, 2007 Six weeks after police found Ruby Correa's body inside a Sunnyvale apartment, a movie in which the model actress plays a leading role is being screened in San Jose this weekend.

From the San Jose Mercury News:

Six weeks after police found Ruby Correa's body inside a Sunnyvale apartment, a movie in which the model actress plays a leading role is being screened in San Jose this weekend.
Correa, 40, who used the stage name Ruby Garcia, was discovered alongside the body of her husband, David Garcia, 39, on Aug. 25.

Their bodies were found inside their Iowa Avenue apartment after a neighbor called police to report a foul smell. The Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety has said little about the deaths except that they're the subject of an ongoing investigation.

"When there's information to be released, we will release it," Capt. Doug Moretto said Thursday.

Friends and colleagues who worked on the campy horror film "Pocahauntus" say they want to know how she died.


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