In a tale that seemed more Cinderella than Simpson, FBI shoe print expert William Bodziak described to theO.J. Simpsonjury the extensive worldwide hunt for the shoe that made bloody prints at the murder scene. The design of the shoe, which was never found, was so unusual that it couldn't be located in the databases of the FBI or seven international law enforcement agencies. After sending out over 80 letters to shoe companies and visiting an Italian manufacturer, the feds found their perfect fit -- a size 12 Bruno Magli with a waffle sole that sells for $160 a pair. Simpson himself wears a 12, a size, according to Bodziak, that is worn by only 9 percent of the people in the U.S.