The murder of Mary Cecilia Rogers — the "beautiful cigar girl" whose body was found on July 28, 1841 — remains a mystery today.
Here at Untapped New York, we have a special relationship to “The Raven,” the famous poem by Edgar Allan Poe
Top 10 Secrets of Fordham University, unearthing secrets from Fordham's past including hauntings, best pizza, secret events and hidden study spots to discover!
Uncover the secrets of the Brooklyn Bridge, commemorate the centennial of WWI, explore an abandoned hospital and more at an Untapped Cities event his week!
Peer into the past of Edgar Allan Poe's Upper West Side at an illustrated talk with historian Esther Crain presented by Landmark West!
Discover the NYC homes and haunts of 10 famous poets, from Allen Ginsberg to Patti Smith to Walt Whitman, Henry David Thoreau and the Beat Generation writers.
Explore Edgar Allan Poe's rich history by heading to the top nine Poe sites in Philadelphia. Architecture, literature, and culture of the 1840's await.
From the Bronx Slave Market to the Edgar Allan Poe's Cottage, the Grand Concourse is full of a rich cultural history. Discover the top 10 secrets of the Grand Concourse.
As 5 Beekman Place, formerly called Temple Court, undergoes renovation into the Beekman Residences , we reveal the top secrets of the building and its location.
Join Untapped Cities and Boroughs of the Dead for “The Poe’s Greenwich Village,” a special edition of our walking tour of NYC in the 1840s.