Updated: Wednesday, April 2 2014, 01:57 AM CDT
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Fairfield Co., OH--
Sparking debate this morning, people in one central Ohio neighborhood get a packet at their homes, saying the KKK answered the majestic calling and it's their turn to join.
Fairfield county investigators say they think KKK representatives dropped hundreds of packets at homes over the weekend asking people to join the Klan.
Mary Ewing, who lived in the neighborhood 38 years, says she's never seen anything like this. Mary says she's surprised whoever dropped off the packet didn't leave more of a mark on the cross in her yard, since the Klan used to burn crosses.
Investigators say while it's not illegal to leave the packets, it's very unusual for the area. 200 were delivered on one street alone. They're asking neighbors to call police if they get an invitation.