He then found employment as a lumberjack and spent several years living amongst the Cree, where he earned the honorific “He Who Overplays” as a result of his inappropriate drum solos during ceremonies. Following a misunderstanding (and gunfight) in Dawson City during the gold rush of 1896, Harold fled north to a native settlement on Herschel Island where he was frozen solid by a collapsing igloo. His body, locked in a massive ice block, was found by an arctic expedition and taken back to The British Museum. The museum decided he was not very interesting and he was put in a cold storage unit and forgotten. A mechanical failure in 2013 caused him to slowly thaw out and having been not dead, but merely in a state of suspended animation, Lord Harold strolled out into the streets of London.