‘I take an innocent of your people to sacrifice for all the innocents you have murdered. The Innocent will go with all those other Innocents into the spirit nation.  Thus will earth and sky balance.’ The note was left at Cedar Cabin in Washington State. The Innocent was thirteen, the son of a senior government official who could summon up all the white man’s power. The Indian who took the boy and carried him deep into the forest wilderness was filled with the power of his people’s ancestral spirits. This was no ordinary manhunt – it was  a struggle between two worlds; the seen and the unseen.