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In the November 1989 issue of Playboy, Donald "Tony the Greek" Frankos said Jimmy Hoffa's body was buried at Giants Stadium. Cut in pieces. Put in a steel drum. Emtombed in concrete at Section 107, near the end zone. Gives new meaning to the term "coffin corner," joked Sports Illustrated. Twenty years later, a new billion-dollar stadium is rising in the Meadowlands, and the old Giants Stadium will host one last round of pro football - and Bruce Springsteen concerts. Next year, the walls will come a-tumblin' down. So, will the authorities check for the remains of the Hoffa, the legendary Teamsters boss, last seen alive in Detroit in July 1975? Apparently not. The FBI officially punted that idea back in 1989. "Never say never, but it is a remote possibility he is buried there," said Special Agent Hal Helterhoff then, after the investigation failed to find "any substantiation." The teardown changes nothing, said Special Agent Bryan Travers yesterday. If there was some credible information, we wouldn't wait until the stadium was being demolished," he said. "We would go in there and aggressively look for it ... "We would never wait this long. ... We would have no problem digging a giant hole at the 50-yard line if we thought there was reason to act," he said.
Originally posted by Nohup
From what I understand, Jimmy Hoffa was chummed. That is, his body was taken to sea aboard a sport fishing boat and his body was ground up and fed to the fish. So digging anywhere isn't going to do much good.