Territory: Eastern Seaboard
Approximate membership: 200-250
Beginning as a non-violent club, it wasn't until the 1970s, under the leadership of John "Satan" Marron that the Pagan's became a player in organized crime. Despite having only between 200-250 members, the Pagan's are considered one of the "Big 4" MCs by Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms. The Pagan's have made up for their small numbers by making the right friends.
The FBI views the Pagan's as an incredibly dangerous organization, largely due to their connections with gangs like the Aryan Brotherhood and the Italian Mafia. Members of the Pagan's are regularly tied to arson, bombings, and murders, and one of the gang's favorite hobbies is stockpiling machine guns. As with many of the country's better known MCs, the Pagan's often come into conflict with the Hells Angels. It is widely thought that the Pagan's are behind the 2005 murder of the Philadelphia Hells Angels chapter Vice-President.