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Klosh-Kwan was the villagers' chief who lived in a large igloo. In the story of Keesh, he opposed Keesh and condemned him for talking back against the council. Later, Keesh make himself brave and set forth to hunt alone. He was gone for days but returned to the village with his feat--an ice-bear and two cubs. Amazed by his hunting, the villagers talked much about it. Klosh-Kwan was so intrigued. He decided to send two spies to track Keesh to know the mystery behind his marvelous hunting.  He accused Keesh with witchcraft based on what his scouts had reported. Keesh on the other hand stood up and explained the mystery of his hunting. After hearing so much from Keesh, he awed and recognized Keesh' head-craft, not witchcraft.