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Jimmy Hoffa hidden near GM Proving Grounds?

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He's kinda like "Weekend at Bernie's" only they use him as a crash test dummy. That's what I heard, it may not be true.

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TIMELINE OF THE HOFFA CASE

July 30, 1975: Hoffa leaves his Lake Orion home about 1 p.m. He stops in Pontiac and arrives at the Machus Red Fox restaurant in Bloomfield Township around 2 p.m. to meet with Detroit mob captain Anthony (Tony Jack) Giacalone and New Jersey mobster Anthony (Tony Pro) Provenzano. Hoffa goes there to settle a feud with Provenzano.

Hoffa calls his wife from a nearby pay phone around 2:15 p.m. to say he's been stood up - and then vanishes.

July 31: Hoffa's green Pontiac Grand Ville is found in the restaurant parking lot, but it yields no clues.

Aug. 2: The FBI takes charge of the investigation.

Aug. 21: Police dogs find Hoffa's scent in the burgundy Mercury Marquis Brougham that protege Charles (Chuckie) O'Brien borrowed from friend Joey Giacalone, son of Anthony Giacalone, the day Hoffa vanished. But O'Brien denies any involvement in Hoffa's disappearance.

Speaking of Grand Villes... (as in the other thread)

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Agreed.

The "crushed in a car" theory is very plausable. That's one way to get

rid of evidence REAL quick like. Esp. in the pre-DNA testing mid-1970s.

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This is about .00000028% more plausible than him being buried in one of the end zones at the Meadowlands; another widely-held theory.

My prediction: cement shoes. He's in the ocean somewhere.

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Or the Great Lakes

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Local news is reporting they found "something" after digging and have stopped digging and brought in cadaver dogs.

They got a tip he was buried in carpet beneath a horse farm barn on the lot.

Maybe he's there.

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