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|“||The dream is always the same. We are pale riders in the night, carrying the swords of justice. As was done when men first put on the hoods and set the cross on fire for all to see and fear. One more of the outsiders has been brought to justice. Those who have taken our homes and jobs defiled our country and our God. I know now what the dream really means. I am to prepare the way for the one who is coming. I see his face every night. We share the same dream. The master told me what I had to do. He speaks to me and I know his name. He calls himself Malebolgia.||„|
|~ The Man's narration.|
The unnamed Ku Klux Klan Member is a minor antagonist in the third season of Todd McFarlane's Spawn. He is a member of the Ku Klux Klan and taxi driver who kidnaps and murders people for his master, Malebogia. He is the main antagonist of the episode "Sends in the KKKlowns".
Like any other Ku Klux Klan member, he shares supremacy, believing not only on eradicating any kinds of black-skinned people around the world, but also to be a loyal servant to Malebolgia. He seems to have a calm nature, despite being a murderer who kidnaps and kills his victims.
Nothing is known about the member, but being a member of the Ku Klux Klan and possibly disguising himself as a taxi driver to kidnap people. At some point, he seems to aware of Malebolgia's exists, presumably was connected by the demon lord.
During at night, he is seen picking up a Jewish man in Brooklyn, New York and takes him to an unknown warehouse, hanging and killing the man. Thinking about "invaders" taking his land and property, along with thinking about his master, Malebolgia.
Later, he hijacks a married couple in an alley, who going to an airport, not realizing they were going to be murdered by the cab driver.
After calling Wanda and hanging out in the bar, Terry walks away and is followed by the cab driver in the shadows. While waiting out in the back, Terry is attacked by the man and tied up and brought to his warehouse. As Terry wakes up, he sees the hanged corpses that were murdered by the man. As the cab driver comes back to prepare to kill the man he has just kidnapped, only to find that he has escaped. Terry then jumps out and attacks the man. As Spawn watches Terry leave the building, he goes and kills the kidnapper, ending his murders once and for all.
Todd McFarlane's Spawn