While doing working on a drainage issue at corporate headquarters, crews dug up something else...
Emerging from the company's lawn, came an old Volkswagen, that's seen better days.
The crushed shell is barely recognizable.
Its vehicle identification number couldn't even be determined, so the car can't be traced to an owner.
Turns out, the only detail indicating its VW status is the type of headlight.
State Farm Spokeswoman Heather Paul says rumors are swarming as to how it got buried there.
She hopes to get the "scoop" on the truth.
"It's not something that you find everyday, and especially when it's something as large as a car," said Paul. "So, if the public has any information or knowledge about it, we would love to be able to find out the story behind it."
The car has been donated to a local scrap metal company.
State Farm plans to post pictures of the Volkswagen on its Facebook and Twitter accounts to show insurance can be interesting.