More than sixty years after his death, the story of Grey Owl continues to fascinate. Born Archibald Belaney (1888) in Hastings, he died aged 49 in Saskatchewan as the world-famous North American Indian, Grey Owl. He was a hugely successful impostor. He had audiences with King George VI; his books sold tens of thousands of copies in every major language; his first lecture tour of Britain last four months and drew over 500,000 attendees. This book is a testament to the trapper-turned-conservationist, Englishman-gone-native.