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Where is Jimmy Hoffa?
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Jimmy Hoffa was buried on a farm

A common and recent theory is that Jimmy Hoffa was buried in a suburban farm just outside of Detroit, close to the restaurant that Hoffa had disappeared from.

The Argument

Many believe the final resting place of Jimmy Hoffa is a farm just outside of Detroit. The farm was owned by Rolland McMaster, a fellow teamster leader, in 1975. In 2006, the FBI received information from an informant in prison that the farm was possibly where Hoffa was buried[1]. According to the informant, suspicious activity had occurred on the farm during the day of Hoffa’s disappearance. There was a backhoe on the property that day, and the barn on the property that had once been used for organized crime meetings, was never used again[2].

Counter arguments

Although it at first seems plausible that Jimmy Hoffa could be buried at a suburban farm, an exhaustive search conducted by the FBI in 2006 found no evidence that Hoffa was ever buried there [3]



Rejecting the premises


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