A Founder of the Cleveland Hells Angels Dies

From cleveland.com: Death caught up with a man who brought to Cleveland an era so violent it is now almost unimaginable.

Before Harley-Davidson motorcycles and riding leathers became accoutrements of affluent suburbanites in mid-life crisis, they were symbols of terror because of men like Nelson Blackburn. He was a Hells Angel.

The Scottish-immigrant -- known as "Scotty" or "The Scotsman" -- was a man to be respected and feared. He shed his accent, grew a moustache that wrapped around the corners of his mouth and carried himself larger than his five-foot-ten, 165-pound frame."

Read full article: Nelson Blackburn, a founding member of the Cleveland Hells Angels chapter, dies

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