In September of 1984, at least 751 people got violently sick in The Dalles, Oregon. At first, no one in the town could figure out why. Those sickened had all eaten at ten different restaurants in the area, but local health officials couldn’t find a common food that may have caused their illness. A year later, they…
Staminus Communications, a hosting provider that specializes in DDoS protection, was the target of a massive hack that exposed sensitive customer data, including credit card information. One of the company’s clients is the Ku Klux Klan, so there’s that.
“Operation KKK” seeks to expose high-ranking members of the white supremacist group. As it did last year, Anonymous is leading a campaign to release the personal information of alleged Klan members, assuming its favorite stance—righteous sower of chaos. Hold the pitchforks: There’s good reason to doubt what these…
A "radiation weapon" designed by a rogue mechanic was offered for sale to the Ku Klux Klan and two synagogues, the FBI claims. South Carolina's racist terror club and two upstate New York synagogues were allegedly approached by a 49-year-old who hoped to build and sell his secret weapon.
I can't imagine a normal person having a use for this crazy raincoat but if you're a wizard and/or KKK member, you'd probably like to protect your headgear from getting wet too. This limited edition raincoat does just that for you.
Almost too weird to believe: writer Stetson Kennedy infiltrated the KKK in the late 1940s, and learned the powerful organization's secrets — but nobody would publish them. Meanwhile, the Superman radio program needed a villain to replace the Nazis.