A washed up and out-of-work old DJ in Tokyo has made the most startling discovery in years; a house that seems to be the reincarnation of 1980's cult star, Klaus Nomi.
Could it possibly be that the cult star died and returned to earth as a modernist designed home in downtown Tokyo? The evidence points in that direction!
The Klaus Nomi House in Ota Ku Tokyo!
"I was driving along the road when I look over to my right. It was like Lightening striking me!" The man recalled. I turned to my friend and said, "Mate! Blimey! Look at that! It's Klaus Nomi!"
Sure enough, his friend agreed.
Wikipedia says about Klaus Nomi:
"Klaus Sperber (January 24, 1944 – August 6, 1983), better known as Klaus Nomi, was a German countertenor noted for his wide vocal range and an unusual, otherworldly stage persona. Nomi was known for his bizarrely visionary theatrical live performances, heavy make-up, unusual costumes, and a highly stylized signature hairdo which flaunted a receding hairline. His songs were equally unusual, ranging from synthesizer-laden interpretations of classical music opera to covers of 1960s pop standards like Chubby Checker's "The Twist" and Lou Christie's "Lightnin' Strikes".
He is remembered in the US as one of David Bowie's backup singers for a 1979 performance on Saturday Night Live.
Nomi died in 1983 at the age of 39 as a result of complications from AIDS."
Even in black and white, the resemblance is uncanny!
Upon getting out of his car and taking the above photos, the out-of-work DJ in Japan, who only goes by the name "Mike" said he asked the old Japanese neighbors if they'd ever seen Klaus Nomi hanging around in the neighborhood. They all waved their hands in the air and replied,
Mike recalled that he was surprised at their response as Nomi was a German and not an Englishman.
When Mike knocked on the door of the Nomi House, there was no one home.