Several dozen White Bluff area residents are upset after waking up earlier this week to find Ku Klux Klan fliers left in their driveways. Fliers promoting the North Carolina-based Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan were found Sunday and Monday mornings by residents in the White Bluff area. No one has reported seeing anyone distributing the leaflets overnight. At least two different fliers were left behind over the weekend and one of them claims “We have a group in your area.” Both fliers give an address, phone number and website for a purported KKK group out of Pelham, North Carolina. The voice mailbox for the listed phone number is reported to be full and not accepting new messages. The website listed includes reports from media in several states about recruiting efforts that include the late-night distribution of fliers, a practice called “Knight Riding.” Both the fliers found at White Bluff area homes are among several fliers available to be printed on the website, so it is not known whether somebody local printed them off and left them overnight. Many White Bluff residents took to popular social media outlets to condemn the KKK materials, some even speculating their sudden appearance Sunday and Monday could be connected to a vendor who was in town Saturday for the annual White Bluff Main Street Festival.