At around midnight on 13 June 1994, the bodies of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown were discovered by a dog-walker outside Brown’s condominium in Brentwood, Los Angeles. Brown’s 5'5", 129-pound frame was bloodied from a massive gash in her neck; she was almost decapitated, such was the depth of the wound. She had also been stabbed in the neck and head, and her hands were in a defensive position as if to ward off the attack. Goldman, 5'9", 171 pounds, lay 10 feet away from Brown; his neck was slashed, and he had been stabbed 19 times in total. Both of them had large contusions on the back of their heads, indicating blunt force trauma. Nearby, police found a brown leather left-hand glove and a knitted cap.