Explosive New Evidence Exposed! See Inside Versace Killer's Getaway Bag After Murder

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Feb. 7 2018, Updated 1:20 p.m. ET

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The assassination of Gianni Versace has gripped America for 20 years — and now explosive evidence seized by the FBI can be unveiled for the first time!

After Versace was callously gunned down on July 15, 1997, murderer Andrew Cunanan planned to flee the country, carrying a backpack he’d prepped for his getaway.

Donatella Versace Then And Now

An exclusive photo obtained by shows the contents of the sick serial killer’s sack that contained everything he needed for a quick escape, including: a brochure for a hotel on Catalina Island, Calif., a bottle of Nair hair remover, a lubricated condom and an X-Acto knife without the blade.

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Most disturbingly, the bag also contained evidence of an AIDS test taken by the killer — an envelope, postmarked San Diego, from Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group.

The envelope was empty, but it likely had held the results of the HIV-positive test that police believe may have sparked Cunanan’s bloody slay spree.

Cunanan, a gay gigolo, was also carrying a book of matches from San Diego’s Flicks nightclub — one of his favorite hangouts.

Andrew Cunanan

Fearing hunger, the cold-blooded assassin stocked up with salami, beef, pepper cheese and crackers — and kept the $12.58 receipt for his meager meal!

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