Otter Tooth was formerly known as Robert Springer, a time traveller who ventured from 1968 into the past to save his ancestors. He was the head of a group known as the Montauk Five, which itself was linked to the American Indian Movement, a group that seeks to promote the rights of Native Americans in the 20th Century.
Jemmy is drawn to gemstones because of a noise they make. However, when playing with Claire’s opal (Otter Tooth’s); he claims it is hot. Brianna, Roger, and Claire feel it’s warmth though Ian and Jamie do not.
Well, he was supposed to be Otter Tooth and the clue was from the stone around his neck. It was the exact same stone Claire found with the skull and the one she wore around her neck. Otter Tooth was the man who had come from the future to warn the Iroquois of their impending doom.
In 1968, Claire is wearing the pearl necklace when she reveals to her daughter Brianna that Jamie was Brianna’s biological father, not Frank Randall.
In the Mohawk village, Claire discovers her necklace belonged to Otter Tooth, a fellow time traveler. He came back to warn the Mohawk against encroaching colonials.
Ta’wineonawira (“Otter-Tooth”), previously known as Robert Springer, was a time traveler who sought to rouse the Kahnyen’kehaka of the 18th century to fight against the European settlers, proclaiming that failure to do so would lead to a future in which the people and culture of the Kahnyen’kehaka would be forgotten
So. We also know that Claire had a gold ring on her first journey, and gold and silver rings on her 2nd and 3rd journeys.
According to author Diana Gabaldon, whose Outlander books the Starz series is based on, Fraser’s Ridge is a fictional place. But if it were real, she said it would be near Boone and Blowing Rock, North Carolina.
Several years later, a birth mark was discovered on Jem’s scalp which appeared to be identical to one on Roger’s scalp, finally confirming that Roger was Jem’s biological father. Jem is a time traveler like his parents, and has made at least three journeys through time.
Trivia. Though the ghost is not mentioned in the series after Frank’s retelling in Outlander, Diana Gabaldon has confirmed online that the ghost is Jamie, at about age 25. She has also emphasized that it cannot be a time-traveling Jamie.
— Claire’s necklace turns black, signaling that Master Raymond slipped real poison into the cup. Germain is dead, Master Raymond is banished, and Claire still has to bone the King for Jamie’s freedom. It’s uncomfortable to watch and not fun for Claire.
The truth was Otter Tooth had travelled from the future to warn his ancestors about their tragic fate but his words fell on deaf ears. So Otter Tooth’s huge pendant is likely to have wielded a huge amount of power and helped him move through time.
The next day after reuniting with Jamie, Claire washes the skull in the river to clean it, and notices the teeth have silver fillings, a dental innovation, which, as she puts it “won’t be invented for another hundred years.” The remains must belong to a traveler: Otter Tooth, a Native American man who traveled back
So who is Wendigo Donner? As is briefly touched upon in the Season 5 finale, he is another person who has traveled through the stones. Donner was part of the “Montauk Five,” a group of five men and Native American activists who traveled back from 1968.
At the end of Season 4, Ian agrees to stay with the Mohawk Tribe in exchange for Roger’s freedom, a decision he sees as a new adventure. The Season 4 finale was the last time we saw Ian… until the eighth episode of Season 5. Obviously, Ian has lived some life in his absence from the show, and is not doing so well.
Ian eventually reveals he got married while living with the Mohawk. He doesn’t say exactly what happened to his wife, but it’s clear she is lost to him.