RICHMOND, Ky. (WKYT) - The video is notorious. A nationwide manhunt for a suspected serial killer came to a dramatic end in Madison County and it was all caught on tape.
Now, 17 years after state police captured Glen Rogers, the convicted serial killer is being linked to two of the nation's most high profile, unsolved murders and the link may not be as far-fetched as it sounds.
The Daily Mail reported today, Rogers will be featured in a feature-film documentary on Investigation Discovery where family members claim among his many victims, he's responsible for the deaths of Nicole Brown-Simpson and Ron Goldman. The 1994 murders O.J. Simpson was accused and acquitted of following a lengthy trial.
A year after their deaths, Kentucky State Police captured Rogers in Richmond along Kentucky 52 after a nationwide manhunt.
Rogers brother, Clay Rogers, tipped investigators off to Glen's location. He also narrates the film called "My Brother The Serial Killer" where he says. "I wasn't turning in my brother. I was turning in a serial killer."
According to him, his brother worked for Brown-Simpson as a painter at her L.A. home in 94' and family members claimed Glen told them, "She was rich and he was going to take her down."
After the murders of Brown-Simpson and Goldman, Rogers embarked on a cross-country killing spree landing him on the FBI's most wanted list.
Before his run from the law ended right here Central Kentucky. Right now Glen Rogers is on death row in Florida. He's officially connected to five murders in five states. The documentary airs Wednesday night at nine on Investigation Discovery.