LOS ANGELES (KCAL/KCBS/CNN) - The O.J. Simpson museum is hard to miss from the outside with the white Bronco parked right outside.
It's not the actual white Bronco O.J. was in during the famed 1994 chase, just the same year and model.
Adam Papagan is the man behind the pop-up museum. He grew up in Brentwood, the center of the Simpson murder case.
"I've always felt a fascination with it," Papagan said.
Two years ago, he turned his fascination into a business, The O.J. Tour, taking tourists to the crime scene and other spots. He started collecting Simpson stuff.
"The weirdest thing in here, we have three different O.J. board games," Papagan said. “Squeeze The Juice is a game where you play O.J.'s defense team and try to drain him of his money. Of course, there's OJopoly. The O.J. version of monopoly."
There's some love for the gloves, a piece of art and a greeting card.
There's also sports memorabilia, some signed, an entire wall of O.J. shirts, a tribute to O.J.'s nickname and a gift shop.
Inside the gift shop, there's also a place to take a selfie with O.J.
A mix of fame, infamy and things that might make you go huh?
"Look it's a weird world we live in. Just because something is unsettling or upsetting doesn't mean it's not worth talking about," Papagan said.
The pop-up museum will be open Friday through Aug 22.
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