SENECA, S.C. AP - Some residents in northwestern South Carolina say they found bags of candy on their street containing a piece of paper asking them to join the Ku Klux Klan.
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Residents in an Oconee County subdivision found the bags Saturday night or Sunday morning.
The paper said "Save Our Land, Join the Klan." It had a phone number that led to an automated message discussing KKK efforts against illegal immigration.
Robert Jones told WHNS-TV (http://bit.ly/Uc9N7p) that he's the imperial klaliff of the Loyal White Knights and said the effort was part of a recruiting event they hold three times a year.
Oconee County resident Bo Morris said he thought it was "unacceptable" to see the bags and fliers in his neighborhood.