Map: The building where the Groovy Murders took place
169 Avenue B, Manhattan, NY 10009
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Crime Location in Manhattan, New York
In 1967, Linda Fitzpatrick and James "Groovy" Hutchinson were murdered in the cellar of 169 Avenue B in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan.
The case received significant media attention due to Fitzpatrick's wealthy background.
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Fitzpatrick and Hutchinson were seen standing outside "The Cave" at roughly 10 p.m. on the night of their murders. One friend said that the couple were high on speed at the time.
The Cave was a five-story tenement that was located at 120 St. Marks Place in East Village. The building was a popular spot for squatters and people who needed a place to crash for the night.