John Francis Campbell (29 December 1821 – 17 February1885) was a well-known Scottish author and specialized in Celtic studies. He educated at Eton and Edinburgh. Also, he was able to speak Gaelic, Lapp, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Italian, German and Spanish. His most famous published works are Popular Tales of the West Highlands, which include 4 volumes (1860-62), and The Celtic Dragon Myth (1911). The Story of the King of Spain is a fairy tale from the third volume of the Popular Tales of the West Highlands. The King of Spain, Garna Sgiathlais Righ na Iospainde, will tell a story of his hardest situation he ever was. What kind of feat he had done? How does he find a way to save himself? Let read such a fascinating story.