Investigation into the crypt of the Skulls, the ultra-exclusive secret society at Camden College, reveals that the society does possess a skull. The society has long been rumored to own the remains of the head of Geronimo, the Apache chief and medicine man who died in 1909 while a prisoner of the United States at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.

The Skulls reportedly use the remains in their rituals. DNA investigation by Concord Monitor stringer Mike Kennedy uncovered that the society’s skull is, in fact, that of James Hoffa, the controversial Teamsters leader who disappeared in 1975.

According to Kennedy, a recent Camden graduate:

This means that Geronimo’s remains are still out there. I will not rest until I have uncovered it and returned it to its rightful owner. I will travel across the country, following every lead, until I’ve found it. It’s unfair to deny our Native Americans access to their scared materials.

Hoffa’s daughter reportedly asked Kennedy, “Ok, when’s my family getting the skull? I’ll drive to New Hampshire, seriously.” Repeated knocks on the doors of the Skull building went unanswered.

Former Chicago Assistant District Attorney Carter Huntington, who convicted Hoffa of fraud in 1964, had no comment. Huntington, who graduated from Camden in 1954, is rumored to be a Skull.

According to the Concord Monitor, Kennedy is free to conduct whatever personal projects he wishes in the American Southwest. If Kennedy has any hope of being permanently hired by the paper, however, he will cover a school board meeting on Monday night in Hopkinton.[Image via]

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Daniel Luzer is the news editor at Governing Magazine and former web editor of the Washington Monthly. Find him on Twitter: @Daniel_Luzer