LOS ANGELES, Calif. (FOX 11) - The O.J. Simpson Museum - say no more. It's a reality in a Chinatown alley in downtown Los Angeles.
It's been in the works for about six months and gained a little momentum one Simpson's parole hearing was generating so much attention last month.
Having covered the case back in the 90's I can tell you the collection is impressive...newspapers, magazines, books, T-shirts, photos, videos and other memorabilia from the time of the trial and from Simpson's days as a sports hero.
It doesn't glorify and it doesn't criticize him it just lays out all of the artifacts from an historical perspective.
There's even a white Ford Bronco out in front of the Coagula Gallery...
Not "the" Bronco, but "a" Bronco.
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