The FBI is packing up its shovels after failing to find the buried remains of Jimmy Hoffa in a rural field outside Detroit, MI as reported by CBS News: the "tip about Hoffa's remains came from reputed Mafia captain Tony Zerilli, who, through his lawyer, said Hoffa was buried beneath a concrete slab in a barn in Oakland Township."
Over the years more than a dozen digs have been conducted, and all this searching for the elusive remains of the one-time Teamsters boss "is not cheap" as reported by Tom Foreman for CNN:
Based on the sticker price of just one search as analyzed by the Detroit News, it is not unreasonable to estimate that police agencies have spent well over $3 million trying to find this man. Or more to the point: his body. He was legally declared dead in 1982, and even if he had been miraculously living incognito in Toledo all these years, he would be 100 years old.