As investigators spend a third day digging through an overgrown Michigan farm field for missing teamster Jimmy Hoffa, skeptics continue to question whether the search will yield another dead end, reports the Detroit Free Press. The search has attracted a horde of reporters and curious onlookers, including a man wearing a horse head mask and carrying a shovel.
The dig, which started Monday, was scheduled from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. today. FBI agents are returning to Oakland Township with a backhoe, bulldozer and forensic anthropologists. Officials are questioning whether a Michigan State Police K-9's alert at the Buell Road site near Orion and Adams roads Tuesday is for human remains – or animal bones.