Wives on the top, secretaries on the bottom. Funny picture, but not at all representative of this film.
Though there is a little bit of this:
Yvette Vickers, photographed by none other than Russ Meyer of later sexploitation fame, became Playboy's Playmate of the Month for July 1959. Her film career never took off, but her unusual death brought her back into the news. On April 27, 2011, a neighbor, noticing yellowing envelopes in Vickers' mailbox, entered her Los Angeles home and discovered Vickers' mummified body in an upstairs room, where it had lain undisturbed for up to a year. "We've all been crying about this," the neighbor said, according to the Los Angeles Times. "Nobody should be left alone like that."
For what it's worth, The Seventh Victim is on the Church of Satan's "Satanic Sources - Film List"; the list itself was "approved by Magus Anton Szandor LaVey." A few other films currently reviewed on KinoLivres are also on the list: Curse of the Demon (as Night of the Demon), Death Wish, and The Stepford Wives (1975).
The Church of Satan also has a book list, similarly approved by LaVey, of both fiction and non-fiction. Only one book on the list, however, is currently reviewed here, and it's a no-brainer: Rosemary's Baby. (Strangely, despite inclusion of the film, Ira Levin's The Stepford Wives is not listed.)
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.