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KKK Record and The Bright Fiery Cross

  • Aired: 07/24/2012
  • 16:53
  • Rating: NR
The titles on a 78rpm record reads “The Bright Fiery Cross,” and “The Jolly Old Klansman.” A collection of 1920s records came with the Victrola phonograph Jan Hazel of Tennessee bought at an Indiana antique store. The record sleeve is stamped with the name “AMERICAN RECORD SHOP –All K.K.K. Records.” Tukufu tracks down the story behind these mysterious records.
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Tukufu explores the mystery behind a vintage record linked to the KKK.
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