The hidden secret behind Crazy Horse
Tashunca Uitco alias Crazy Horse was born as an Oglala Sioux around 1844 in South Dakota. As a child he looked little like the rest of his people. In fact his hair was so light and wavy, that many a white settler, who saw him playing along the Oregon trail, thought he was a white captive living among the Indians. Grown up, Tashunca became a popular leader of war parties and respected by his people. But his real heroism came in 1876, when he led the Sioux to the Battle of the Little Big Horn.