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Every case is a little bit different. It can be the same crime, similar motives, same city, but there is always something to make each case unique.
In 1973, Roseann Quinn was a young teacher in New York City, when she didn't show up for work one day, a fellow teacher went to check on her. That is where the murder investigation began.
One thing that was unique about this case though, was that a drawing of Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck turned out to be a key piece of evidence in pointing investigators to the killer.
This case would go on to inspire a New York Times best selling book, Looking for Mr. Goodbar.
Listen to the story of Roseann Quinn to learn more about this case.
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