Biography[edit | edit source]
On June 28, 1942, Grauer Bär, the medicine man of a group of Navajo-Indians was visited by Jebediah Kramer, a Mormon who was sent by his old friend Riley to bring Grauer Bär as quickly as possibly to Hiob, Utah to identify a mysterious dying native who was found near a house in Hiob. When he arrived at the house of the Kramers, Grauer Bär recognized the Indian as an Anasazi from the other world, but kept the knowledge to himself. After the Anasazi had finally passed away, he helped bury the man near the Kramer house.
On September 2, 1943, Grauer Bär ordered his men to attack the house when a group led by Jake, a graverobber, along with his client tried to dig up the Anasazi's grave. After the battle was over with surprisingly no deaths, Grauer Bär had a talk with Indiana Jones and Zacharias Kramer about a plate the Anasazi had entrusted to Zacharias in his final moments and explained about the old world
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
Grauer Bär is German for "Gray Bear", reflecting the original language of the novel Indiana Jones und das Verschwundene Volk.