O.J. Simpson ‘Hypothetically’ Confesses To Murder During Never Before Seen 2006 Interview

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O.J. Simpson murder confession

During a never-before-seen 2006 interview with O.J. Simpson that was aired on Fox is sending people into a frenzy due to Simpson’s hypothetical account of his involvement in the murder of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ron Goldman.

During the interview titled (O.J. Simpson The Lost Confession), Simpson discusses a part of his unreleased book (If I Did It) where he tells a ‘hypothetical’ story of how ‘he’ aka ‘Charlie’ murdered Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman.


The interview was never aired in 2006 because Ron Goldman’s father and sister fought the release of the book. Now, Ron Goldman’s father has had a change of heart and the interview in it’s entirety was released by Fox News on March, 11, 2018.

O.J. Simpson seems relaxed during the interview and refers to himself as a man named ‘Charlie’ as he explains how the murders took place. As you are listening to Simpson speak, his ‘hypothetical’ tale seems all to real.

Simpson tells the reporter that he had a knife on him the night of the murders. That he went to the home, engaged in a confrontation with with Brown and Goodman and eventually murdered them. At one point, Simpson states ‘I have never seen so much blood in my life’.

Take a look at the 6-minute excerpt below…something definitely isn’t right about Simpson.