CLYDE M. HALL, Shoshone Two Spirit and ceremonialist, born; Clyde Hall is an authority on Native American culture, dance ritual and folkways. He was born and raised in Fort Hall, Idaho and is of Shoshone/Metis descent. He is one of the founders of Gay American Indians. A former tribal judge Hall is now the Chairman of the Naraya Cultural Preservation Council. He lives in Pocatello, Idaho and travels extensively to conduct ceremony, in particular the Naraya also known as the Ghost Dance.