Jimmy Hoffa’s remains found in Knoxville Museum of Art

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Mark Friedlander earned a place in history while visiting the Knoxville Museum of Art (KMA) to take advantage of the new ‘Knox County Days’ offer (a new pricing strategy created to punish museum attendees that live outside of Knox County).

It appears that Mr. Friedlander was the first visitor in quite some time to actually explore the works at the KMA. Museum officials will not verify which area of the museum Mr. Friedlander was in at the time, but the body was found on the second floor covered in dust that it is estimated to have built up over the past 8-10 years. It hasn’t yet been determined when or why Jimmy Hoffa’s body was dropped off at the KMA.

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