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On Wednesday July 28 1841 Mary Rodgers a 20-year-old white female was pulled from the rivers edge 200 feet from sibyls cave She had bruises strewn around her face A large gash was running from her left eye to her lower neck A torn piece of her clothing was tightly tied around her neck waist and wrist indicating she was tied up and dragged Mary also had abrasions on her back raw patches of skin pointing to her being restrained on a hard surface One of her tenants identified the body his name was Alfred Crommelin He had last seen her the previous Sunday He told the authorities that she was very well known in the town she the lady that worked at the cigar store The coroners statement goes as follows Mary Rodgers was most definitely the victim of a violent abduction and murder she was beaten and choked Mary was engaged to a man named Daniel Payne Daniel Payne told us on the night of that Sunday he was out drinking on Broadway Street his alibi checks out Daniel gave us this information on the morning of Sunday July 25 Mary told us she was going to her aunts house Miss Downing We then visited Miss Downings house Miss Downing had neither expected nor received Mary as a guest Miss downing showed no sign of being guilty We then received a couple of anonymous tips One stuck out more then the others I saw Mary or someone who greatly resembled Mary meeting and arguing with a tall handsome man on I think Barkley Street We visited Barkly Street for further investigation We were walking around when a young lady approached us frantically saying that she saw four men carrying a sack that looked like a body on Sunday night She said they were coming out of Madame Restell abortionist house At this point we staring thinking that Mary was
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