In the 17th century, Chief Hellhawk formed an intense rivalry with Noble Kale, a Pilgrim Ghost Rider.[2] In 1654 C.E., Hellhawk was killed by Necrosis, the Spirit of Corruption, on orders from Belasco to send a message to Mephisto to keep his Spirits of Vengeance out of Limbo.[3]

Powers

It could be assumed this Ghost Rider possessed all the powers and abilities as every other Spirit of Vengeance.




Transportation

This Ghost Rider rode a flaming horse,[3]

Weapons

This Native American Ghost Rider used a knife, a hatchet, and a bow and hellfire arrows.[4][3]

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