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Mary Cecilia Rogers (born c. 1820 – found dead July 28, 1841) was an American murder victim whose story became a national sensation. Rogers was a noted beauty who worked in a New York tobacco store, which attracted the custom of many distinguished men, clearly on her account. When her body was found in the East River, she was assumed to have been the victim of gang violence. But one witness swore that she was dumped after a failed abortion attempt, while her boyfriend’s suicide-note suggested possible involvement on his part. Rogers’ death remains unexplained. She inspired Edgar Allan Poe's pioneering detective story "The Mystery of Marie Rogêt".

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  • Mary Cecilia Rogers, née vers 1820, trouvée morte le 28 juillet 1841, également appelée la « Beautiful Cigar Girl », est une jeune femme victime d'un meurtre au XIXe siècle, dont l'histoire a connu un retentissement dans l'ensemble des États-Unis. Elle a inspiré à Edgar Allan Poe la nouvelle Le Mystère de Marie Roget, l'un des textes pionniers du roman policier.
  • Mary Cecilia Rogers (born c. 1820 – found dead July 28, 1841) was an American murder victim whose story became a national sensation. Rogers was a noted beauty who worked in a New York tobacco store, which attracted the custom of many distinguished men, clearly on her account. When her body was found in the East River, she was assumed to have been the victim of gang violence. But one witness swore that she was dumped after a failed abortion attempt, while her boyfriend’s suicide-note suggested possible involvement on his part. Rogers’ death remains unexplained. She inspired Edgar Allan Poe's pioneering detective story "The Mystery of Marie Rogêt".
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  • Mary Cecilia Rogers, née vers 1820, trouvée morte le 28 juillet 1841, également appelée la « Beautiful Cigar Girl », est une jeune femme victime d'un meurtre au XIXe siècle, dont l'histoire a connu un retentissement dans l'ensemble des États-Unis. Elle a inspiré à Edgar Allan Poe la nouvelle Le Mystère de Marie Roget, l'un des textes pionniers du roman policier.
  • Mary Cecilia Rogers (born c. 1820 – found dead July 28, 1841) was an American murder victim whose story became a national sensation. Rogers was a noted beauty who worked in a New York tobacco store, which attracted the custom of many distinguished men, clearly on her account. When her body was found in the East River, she was assumed to have been the victim of gang violence. But one witness swore that she was dumped after a failed abortion attempt, while her boyfriend’s suicide-note suggested possible involvement on his part. Rogers’ death remains unexplained. She inspired Edgar Allan Poe's pioneering detective story "The Mystery of Marie Rogêt".
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