Members of one Kentucky community were caught off guard after members of the Ku Klux Klan left their business cards for some homeowners.
The incident happened over Labor Day in Owensboro.
The business cards were placed in driveways and mailboxes.
They featured an American flag, the KKK logo and the message "For your safety, the KKK was watching over your neighborhood as you slept."
Neighbors say the note has the opposite effect of making them feel safe.
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