Lee is the Klansman whose face adorns the famous Texas Monthly cover “Vidor: Inside Texas’s most hate filled town.” Michael Lowe comes from Waco, Texas, and represents the Texas faction of the national Knights of the Ku Klux Klan operating out of Harrison, Arkansas. Another group is located right in Vidor, The Knights of the White Kamellia. Jun 14, 2012 · The Ku Klux Klan has been synonymous with racially-motivated violence since its founding in 1865. Photograph: Andy Morrison/AP A branch of America's leading civil rights group is considering ... Aug 17, 2013 · In the 1920s, Vidor, Texas was known as the Bloody Vidor. The reason for that is because violence and bar fights were part of the culture in Vidor, Texas. Violence was a recreational sport back then in Vidor The local KKK was no exception to this. Violence was a recreational sport for the KKK back then as well. Access Google Sheets with a free Google account (for personal use) or G Suite account (for business use).