A new documentary is exploring the theory that OJ Simpson’s murdered ex-wife may have been the victim of a serial killer. Set to air Wednesday, the Investigation Discovery documentary turns the spotlight on convicted killer Glen Rogers, who reportedly admitted to killing Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman in 1994, and dozens of others.
According to the “New York Post,” the film interviews members of Rogers’ family who said they thought Glen was lying when he told them he was “partying” with a woman named Nicole Brown Simpson just before she was murdered. He reportedly told them she was rich and that he was “going to take her down.”
While on death row for other murders, Rogers reportedly admitted to a criminal profiler that he had killed Simpson and Goldman. Rogers allegedly said O.J. Simpson had hired him to break into Nicole’s home and steal an expensive pair of earrings he had given to her, and to kill her if necessary.
According to the film, there is evidence that Rogers was working construction in the area at the time Simpson and Goldman were killed. Rogers was convicted of killing two women in 1995. He is on death row in Florida.