"Do you remember the story of when Nicole's mom called me and said, 'Can you go get all of [Simpson's daughter] Sydney and [Simpson's son] Justin's stuff out of their rooms?' " Jenner says.
"The L.A.P.D. left the blood on the steps and it was going all down the front of her house and so after they had finished doing their stuff, I said: 'Somebody's got to wash it off,' " Jenner continues.
"And you did," Shannon replies.
"They left it there for so long," Jenner says. "They had fingerprinted the house. Now, I've never been to a crime scene before, so I didn't know what fingerprinting would entail – I opened the door and I almost fainted because the whole house was black."
Jenner went on to detail what happened once she went inside one of the bedrooms.
"We get to Sydney's room, and you know, it's a four poster bed so on two of the posters, there was a hand print and it was red. And I went, 'I think this is blood,' " Jenner says. "So I called Marcia Clark and I go, 'Oh my god, I'm at Nicole's house and I think I see blood.' "
"They had forensic scientists within 30 minutes after we got there and they did this analysis," Jenner continues.
As for what the mysterious red marks were?
"They rush it to the lab, they call me, they go: 'It was jello,' " Jenner recalled. "And that was that. And that was the last time I ever went to the house."
"It's kind of amazing, the places you've turned up," Shannon marvels.
"You read my mind," says Gamble. And ours too!