Cigar Girl murder and the invention of 'true crime'

On July 28, 1841, Mary Rogers was found floating in the Hudson River in Hoboken, New Jersey. Her violent murder became a national sensation, and led Edgar Allen Poe to write a story about it that helped lead to the invention of the genre we now know as "true crime." Take a deep dive with FOX 5 NY's The Tape Room.

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