In 1758, Delaware Indians kidnapped a Pennsylvania girl as a
surrogate for a tribal chief's dead granddaughter, and brought
her with them to live in the Ohio country.
For nearly a century, books, paintings and commemorative
plaques held that the girl, Mary Campbell, lived with her
captors in a cave in what is now Gorge Metro Park in
Cuyahoga Falls. We explore what parts of this story are true, and
which are really only a mystery.