Here is an interesting story courtesy of Theosebes:
Inscription discovery links Jerusalem tomb to Jesus
JERUSALEM: For centuries passers-by have thrown rocks at an ornate tomb in Jerusalem's Kidron Valley, reviled as the traditional burial place of the biblical King David's villainous son Absalom.
But in one of those strange twists unique to the Holy Land - where tombs can post-date by a millennium those believed buried there - an inscription found on the crypt now points to it belonging not to Absalom but rather John the Baptist's father, Zacharias, and maybe even James, who some Christians regard as the brother of Jesus.
It is speculated that Simeon my have also been buried there. That is based partially on ancient tradition. Tradition or no, it seems very odd that these three men would have all been buried together unless their bodies were moved at some point. Still, it's an interesting story.