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02/22/06

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rush, arkansas and the ku klux klan

A while back, a bunch of us made a return visit to the abandoned mining town of Rush, Arkansas, and we even stopped to visit the Ku Klux Klan on the way.

Early that morning, Hiccup and I went and picked up Willard and DeeDee. Then, we headed over to grab Underdog, who was only wearing a blanket when we got there. When he was dressed, we started making the long drive down toward Rush.

When we got into Arkansas, I realized we were making better time than I had anticipated. So, once we got to Harrison, I decided to take a different way to Yellville. That way was going to take us straight through Zinc, Arkansas--home of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.

As we made our way into Zinc, which is a tiny, almost-abandoned town that lies down a few winding dirt roads, everyone got to experience a bit of culture shock, since I was the only who had been there before. I grew up in a small town, but Zinc was like another world compared to it, like the land that time forgot. It was pretty much the embodiment of every bad Arkansas stereotype you've ever heard. There were dilapidated trailers and houses everywhere, some abandoned or half-burnt, as well as old vehicles all over the place. There were farm animals running loose, junk and trash littering all the yards, and no lawns to be seen. It was kind of sad, really.

I turned around at the edge of town and went back down a different road. We reached a sign that said Soliders of the Cross, and I announced to everyone that this was the property of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. Underdog sarcastically suggested we drive on in, but I had already made up my mind that we were going to and cheerfully started driving in just to freak everyone out. I was a little worried, since it was a Sunday, that there might be people there, but thankfully there were no cars in sight as we pulled up the drive.

Supposedly, this was the biggest remaining KKK group in the United States, but you sure as hell wouldn't know it from the outside of the place. There were just a few small buildings sitting on an acre or so of land, but only one of them looking recently built. If you didn't know it was the KKK, you'd drive right by it and just think it was a country church. All it took was one look at this place to realize that the KKK didn't exactly have the membership it once did.

And just in case anyone gets the wrong idea... I'm no fan of the KKK by any stretch of the imagination. However, I am curious by nature, and it was interesting to show my friends the place, since most people will only hear rumors about it. So, don't take the fact that we took a joyride through there as some sort of approval of them, because it's not.

When we reached Yellville, we stopped at a local grocery store. We were meeting Firediver, Korb, and Brandofluck there, and they were already waiting for us. Everyone introduced themselves, since this was the first time our two groups had met each other in real life, and then we got on our way.

When we reached Rush, we drove past the remaining old buildings and parked down near the end of the drive that went through the area. We all got out and waited around for the Arkansas guys' fourth friend to show up, but he was there in minutes. With that, we loaded up our gear, and started walking down along the water. When we came to a low place, we crossed the water, then started making our way up a steep bluff. It was slow going, but it really was the quickest route to our destination.

At the top, a large mine entrance nearly two stories tall awaited us. We tossed some of our gear on the ground and headed inside. Just inside the entrance, there was an old camper sitting completely out of place. It wasn't that old, but it was in pretty rough shape and had obviously been there a while.

We went farther into the mine, past an old gate, and it was quickly apparent that this mine was much bigger than the other ones I'd visited at Rush. It just kept stretching back and back, in a long straight line. Occasionally, we'd see debris like old support beams or ore cart track, but it just kept on going.

Way back in, we came up on a pool of water that went about fifteen or twenty yards. Some of the group had worn waders or boots in expectation of it, but most of us hadn't bothered. It was only about a foot deep in places, but I still didn't feel like getting my feet wet for the rest of the day. So, I started climbing the wall along the pool of water while everyone else started sludging through it, although the Arkansas guys' friend started climbing along behind me. I wasn't sure we were going to make it all the way across without falling in, but we did. We got to the other side about the same time as the others.

On the other side of the water, there was an ancient Studebaker pickup truck. It was rusted beyond belief and had obviously been there for decades, but it was mostly intact. It looked like someone had liberated some of the parts over the years, though.

We went farther inside, and there was still quite a bit of mine left to see. There were several chambers, with rotten wooden support beams still standing in places. There were also pieces of ore cart track lying around half-buried in the rubble. In one part, we found a drill bit still embedded in the wall, as well as a large metal loop that we took turns hanging from.

When we were done there, we headed out of the mine and started making our way around the side of the bluff. We found several smaller mines along the way. Most of them were fairly small and boring, but we did find one that was particularly interesting. There was just a big hole, about the size of a living room, that went down into the ground. At the bottom, there was a large mine, with an entrance farther down the bluff. We all went around and explored it, and I took pictures of everyone looking down the hole from inside.

After that, we made our way back across the creek, where we met a large group of people who were also heading up to the mine. We chatted with them for a minute before moving back down the path. At a certain point, our two groups separated, since I wanted to show Hiccup and the others some of the gated mines on the trail before we left. I'd later kick myself for that, since the Arkansas guys found an even more impressive mine after we separated.

We headed down the trail, past some old steam equipment that had been there forever, to one particular large mine that I wanted to show them. There were huge crystals lining the ceiling of the mine, as well as the walls outside of it. It was strange. It also probably a good thing it was gated since people would've chipped the crystals out of the walls.

Once we were done there, we headed back to the car and drove on into Harrison to get a bite to eat. Then, with our bellies full, we went on back to Springfield.

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Comment from: Chewbacca [Visitor]
Cool Trip. If I was 40 years younger, I would insist on being included.
Permalink 02/23/06 @ 07:17
Comment from: Hal at Ranch Ramblins [Visitor] · http://www.mitzenmacher.net/blog
I have just now stumbled upon your site, and I am glad I did. It will take me a while to catch up on your articles, but I am looking forward to doing so. I noticed that Pablo, of Roundrock Journal visits this site - that is a high endorsement in my book.

Regarding Zinc, while I don't reside there (thank goodness, from your description), I am located about 10 miles from the site. In the five years I have lived in the area, I have not encountered any type of hate-mongering or racist attitudes. I have read that Mr. Robb still operates his "ministry" from the area, but I have also read that any following which he may have had has disappeared (or at least faded into obscurity). None the less, the area definitely has an image problem to overcome regarding this sorry part of it's past.
Permalink 04/18/06 @ 18:41
Comment from: rockhounding mary [Visitor]
What I'd like to know is: who are the present owners of those mines? I have heard rumors that the Monte Cristo or Philadelphia Mine were sold to someone who allows limited rockhounding within them - but I can't seem to find out who the owners are, so that we can ask permission to rockhound there.
Permalink 10/01/06 @ 14:36
Comment from: Denise Murphy [Visitor] · http://www.authorsden/dvmurphy.com
I stumbled across your site by accident looking up some information on the KKK in Harrison AK after my husband received a threatening card from them just days before Christmas. We live in Iowa and it involves I believe a book I wrote about a supposed suicide that happened here in Waterloo nearly two years ago. The man is supposed to be dead but it looks like he faked his death and is living around Hatfield, AK. I never mentioned his KKK background but it is strange how the threat came up complete with my father-in-law's handwriting and his UCC number. Pretty hard for a dead man to write. The book is called In Yahweh's Hands. Do we need to worry about this threat?
Permalink 12/30/06 @ 13:59
Comment from: guess who [Visitor]
if you went into the philly on the date you have noted, than you obviously saw the keep out signs starting at the base of the hill. in addition, you encountered a locked gate, (which you cut?). the owner does not wnat people in this mine or any on her place. park rangers will stop people and confiscate items removed.
Permalink 01/15/07 @ 15:13
Comment from: white rabbit [Member]
We don't cut locks, my friend. That's not our way. If someone cut your locks, it wasn't us. Nor do we take things.

And contrary to what you're saying, it was wide open. There were no locks, nothing.

Also, we did not visit the mine anywhere near the date of this blog posting. I'm VERY lazy about posting blog entries. It was months earlier, probably in 2005 sometime.

If there were keep out signs, I don't remember them, but there probably were.
Permalink 01/15/07 @ 17:58
Comment from: Charlotte (Willard) Conrad [Visitor]
This is not a comment, but a question. Is there a Harrison, AR. member that would email me, for correspondence, by email? Preferably, an unmarried man, in my age range. I'm in my early 50's. I'd like to ask him some questions. I live in the S. Central part of AR. In the Ouachita National Forest. Oh and by-the-way, your visitor, Denise Murphy, date: 12/30/06. If she sees this, This is AR. not AK. which stands for Alaska.
Permalink 01/26/07 @ 03:21
Comment from: Charlotte (Willard) Conrad [Visitor]
UPDATE: Email address...
riverlady5one AT yahoo DOT com
Permalink 01/26/07 @ 19:05
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Permalink 04/03/07 @ 20:11
Comment from: layne [Visitor]
If there is ne way an member could e-mail me so i could ask you some questions me and some friends are courious to see some things.
Permalink 05/17/07 @ 12:01
Comment from: Ritchie mcgrath [Visitor]
Man I wish we could have gotten some good directions from somebody,we spent all day in rush looking for a mine we could actually go into.
Permalink 07/22/07 @ 20:57
Comment from: nate [Visitor]
i love black people. they are so great and friendly. the kkk is hateful. damn.
Permalink 11/16/07 @ 18:23
Comment from: Anonymous [Visitor]
LOL you think Tom Robb doesn't have a following. Think again this is one of the final places on Earth that openly talks about its hate for people that believe different from them. I once asked why they hate black people and was told because they take their jobs, I laughed and told the so called preacher they (most people)don't work they collect welfare or disabillity or SSI. The good old boy system is still alive and kicking in Ar especially NW Ar.
Those old shacks you saw well just for your info are used often people in that town (Zinc) will live in boxes in the dead of winter believe me I have seen it, (crazy Johnny) well will leave it at that KKK is alive in Zinc and the Robb Family is in charge though his daughter is the one in the spotlight most of the time.
Permalink 12/31/07 @ 10:52
Comment from: crow [Visitor]
Regarding your trip to Zinc...
Yes, it does look a "bit" derelict, but you see what the people there want you to see, and no more.
I spent my entire childhood there. I've nothing but good memories. It was very peaceful. And alot less stress than in other places. We heated with wood, used oil lamps, and hauled our water from the spring.
People ask, "How in the world did you live like that?" To me it was alot easier then. It's too bad that the majority of people don't realize that if the government can keep us fighting amongst ourselves, we don't watch them.
Permalink 01/27/08 @ 22:17
Comment from: Devildog [Visitor] · http://visitor
No, what you saw in Zinc is exactly what's there. Ghetto! They are running out of funds (KKK). I deal with Thom weekly in a business in Harrison. I know he's broke. And his daughter? Racheal is his right hand, but not very bright. He uses his family to do his jobs. Minister my butt! Of hate maybe. Check out their website. It's a riot. I love all people! God did not create people like Thom Robb. Satan did.
Permalink 04/24/08 @ 17:24
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Permalink 06/14/08 @ 11:48
Comment from: Jared [Visitor]
I plan on moving to Zinc in about two years. I am glad the KKK is still there, I will fit in perfect.
Permalink 07/08/08 @ 00:09
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
Very interesting trip...!
This is very different trip I ever see..!
I am also plan to go like your trip with my troops..
Nice picture..
Insightful post..

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Permalink 08/13/08 @ 10:32
Comment from: KKKARL [Visitor]
So you visited our camp huh. You should have told us you were coming we could have gave you a tour of the place.
Permalink 09/07/08 @ 11:04
Comment from: KKKARL [Visitor]
Hey jared we are still around let me know if you want to join email me at knightsrecruiter4476@yahoo.com
Permalink 09/07/08 @ 11:07
Comment from: Tim O. [Visitor]
Hi, my name is Timothy. However, I go by Derek. I was wondering since you have more knowledge of Rush, Arkansas than I do. I wanted to know if you knew anyone that has knowledge of the history of Rush. If so, would you please send me their name and phone number. I ask this because I am going to be filming a documentary of my friends and myself on a trip to Rush, and the exploration of Rush. I would greatly appreciate it. Anything and anyone can help greatly. E-mail me at derekoliver@rocketmail.com
Permalink 10/20/08 @ 12:27
Comment from: anonymous [Visitor]
Hmmm...I wonder how the KKK will react now that we have a black President.
Permalink 11/05/08 @ 10:30
Comment from: Gun [Visitor]
I live in Hot Spring county and i cant see very many more hate crimes without moving. 2 houses have been burnt down in the past 2 years. A white woman with her black husband had there house burnt down. About 3 crosses a year are found on fire in this county also. They call themselves the Orion Knights of the KKK. The South will rise again no dought since obama is elected.
Permalink 11/08/08 @ 19:31
Comment from: fuck the kkk [Visitor]
i thank that u guys are a peace of shit and u guys need to grow balls and use them ... stop hating on the blacks i am not black my self but i need to stop all the hate that is y we have so much crim in this world it is all the kkk fault .. you are the ones that are doing it
Permalink 11/28/08 @ 02:09
Comment from: Thepeople [Visitor]
The Cracker Bush and the Jews have you idiots fooled friends.While you clim round in cave and your god damb bull shirt they are giving our country away. Do you know what the Amero is? Do you know who own the Federal reserve? Do you even know who you pay taxes to? You son on a bitches better change your ways real fucking soon i tell you what
Permalink 11/30/08 @ 21:38
Comment from: Mark [Visitor]
Ha! This so hilarious... Please, get a real education. Ignorance is the south....
Permalink 12/16/08 @ 15:29
Comment from: victor [Visitor]
my name is dustin eden and im from bald knob arkansas and i want to bring my black friend to sho him that the kkk is still alive wud u allow that
Permalink 12/18/08 @ 06:54
Comment from: Kalessin [Visitor]
If your opinion of Zinc/Harrison is so low and you ridicule us for our beliefs then why dont ya'll and the niggers stay far away and leave us to our own ways. We dont want you or your progressive ideas to interfere with what has worked for centuries. Its a big world and there are plenty of other places that you leaches and maggots can feed from.
Permalink 01/16/09 @ 11:19
Comment from: terry brown [Visitor]
Interesting that most of you who look down your noses at people from the South (Zinc , Harrison, etc.) can't write or spell worth a damn. I was born in Zinc (1937), my dad was born there (1908), my grandfather was born there ((1877) and hard times required that we leave there in the early 40's. All of the people I know who were from Zinc were hard working, patriotic, honest, and by the way, smart.
For example, I now live in California, graduated from a 4 year college, my kids all graduated from 4 year colleges and two of them have doctorate degrees.

How are you all doing in your studies?
Permalink 01/24/09 @ 00:03
Comment from: terry brown [Visitor]
Interesting that most of you who look down your noses at people from the South (Zinc , Harrison, etc.) can't write or spell worth a damn. I was born in Zinc (1937), my dad was born there (1908), my grandfather was born there ((1877) and hard times required that we leave there in the early 40's. All of the people I know who were from Zinc were hard working, patriotic, honest, and by the way, smart.
For example, I now live in California, graduated from a 4 year college, my kids all graduated from 4 year colleges and two of them have doctorate degrees.

How are you all doing in your studies?
Permalink 01/24/09 @ 00:05
Comment from: Tra [Visitor]
I have been in those mines there cool but there are still some mines in the park that are gated but have different entrance that you can get into and are better and you also dont have to worry about going on somebodys land.
Permalink 03/03/09 @ 11:16
Comment from: Kirra [Visitor]
Hey, I loved reading the story about your trip! I was just in Rush the other day & had no idea how much there was to see in this place. I was wondering if you might e-mail me about the Zinc, AR stop you made and where exactly you went down river then up the slope to find this mine. I did find several entrances to the mines there but they were small & near impassable, the only other one I found had a chain link fence in front of it. Please e-mail me when you can. I'd like to know of some other areas like this if you know about any. Thanks!
Permalink 03/04/09 @ 10:51
Comment from: ^j^ames [Visitor]
As an Arkansas native and resident let me welcome you on your adventures here in our great outdoors. It's a never ending thrill so enjoy it with an open heart.

After visiting Zinc, AR. on 03/12.09 I conclude that your description of the township is true and correct but it looks like hundreds of other forgotten communities in Arkansas and North America. If you take the time to look around you will find the same surroundings close to your own hometown. Rich, Poor, Smart, Dumb, Clean, Dirty, Etc. they all exist and that is what diversity is all about otherwise we would not need the news to keep us informed of the day to day happenings around us.
Just because some uneducated people choose to live in the stone age, we on the otherhand need to move on and enjoy the day and it's pleasures while they are still here. With global warming and terrorism who knows...

Permalink 03/14/09 @ 02:30
Comment from: ^j^ames [Visitor]
As an Arkansas native and resident let me welcome you on your adventures here in our great outdoors. It's a never ending thrill so enjoy it with an open heart.

After visiting Zinc, AR. on 03/12.09 I conclude that your description of the township is true and correct but it looks like hundreds of other forgotten communities in Arkansas and North America. If you take the time to look around you will find the same surroundings close to your own hometown. Rich, Poor, Smart, Dumb, Clean, Dirty, Etc. they all exist and that is what diversity is all about otherwise we would not need the news to keep us informed of the day to day happenings around us.
Just because some uneducated people choose to live in the stone age, we on the otherhand need to move on and enjoy the day and it's pleasures while they are still here. With global warming and terrorism who knows...

Permalink 03/14/09 @ 02:31
Comment from: Tammy Passmore [Visitor]
We visit Rush quite often. We was there yesterday (7/13/09). My husbands grandmother use to shop at the store in Rush and her dad worked the minds in rush. I love reading about Rush and love going there. We took our grandkids there this time. My grandaughter who is 7 loved it and wants to go back.
Permalink 07/15/09 @ 02:47
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WHITE POWER!!!!!! THE KKK IS HERE TO STAY!!!!!! If you want to join the most proffesional Ku Klux Klan Organization in the world Email me @knightsrecruiter4476@yahoo.com Or go to WWW.KKK.COM STAND UP FOR GOD RACE AND NATION!!!!!!
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Comment from: Her [Visitor]
To quote *****Comment from: terry brown [Visitor]
Interesting that most of you who look down your noses at people from the South (Zinc , Harrison, etc.) can't write or spell worth a damn. I was born in Zinc (1937), my dad was born there (1908), my grandfather was born there ((1877) and hard times required that we leave there in the early 40's. All of the people I know who were from Zinc were hard working, patriotic, honest, and by the way, smart.
For example, I now live in California, graduated from a 4 year college, my kids all graduated from 4 year colleges and two of them have doctorate degrees.

How are you all doing in your studies? *****

Yep... Yer so smert yew posted da same ting twiced - yew did!!! Yew did!!!

Who here said that they looked down on "Southerners", anyway?

As for you KKK members... you talk big like you are soooo damn PROUD to be white and think that you are sooo much better than any other race. I think you are all piece of shit cowards! Why else would you hide behind your sheets and hoods(or is it sheep?) Hell, you know you're f*cking them.

FYI.. my God-babies are black, their mother is black, has HER doctrine and is a Licenced Clinical Social Worker who has never in her life benefited from ANY means or form of government assistance. Not even a grant for her college education! She busted her ass to pay her way through school. Can you and your holier than thou family say that? No? I didn't think so.

Permalink 08/18/09 @ 01:15
Comment from: Exploring Arkansas [Visitor]
Like your blog. We have been exploring Arkansas and plan to go to Rush. Please keep posting your adventures.
Permalink 10/04/09 @ 22:48
Comment from: visitor [Visitor] · http://www.youtube.com/user/highspeedboom
I went to rush oct 2009 yea it is a great place to discover , Im sure the hike up that hill was hard if im guessing right on the other side of Clabber Creek is where that mine is, I really liked your photos of it, thanks for posting them. I really like that entire area, I also know a few locations of mines across the buf river too, some closer to Buffalo point camp across the river. The hiking above and below these mines are full of alternate entrances and smaller mines. everytime i hike the area i find a new one to the point that a gps will be needed to map them all the right way.
Permalink 10/13/09 @ 03:13
Comment from: david roberts [Visitor]
the south will never rise again if God was on the souths side they would have won. but they did not. so i guess God wasnt helping them.i am from the south but not for the klan.there may be problems in our country but its not because of race.its Godlessness
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