A Crime To Remember: Murder And The Sexual Revolution

On the first day of the new year in 1973, Roseann Quinn, a school teacher for the deaf in New York City, was found dead in her studio apartment. Her murder became a cautionary tale for single girls everywhere, immortalized in the book and movie Looking for Mr. Goodbar.

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Investigation Discovery invites you to explore the Quinn case like never before with the immersive A Crime to Remember site.

Examine facts about the the shocking Quinn case, get an exclusive preview of the November 17 premiere and learn why the murder of a single woman in New York City during the sexual revolution will never be forgotten.

The murder of Roseann Quinn changed America forever

The murder of Roseann Quinn changed America forever

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