In the past there was no light by electrical interconnection, is heard and felt on very dark nights to the drag of a foul-smelling, dry leather plagued with flies, the streets of populations. It frightened drunks, serenateros and unsuspecting passers-by. In the lugubrious nights, from the Hill of the Virgin or Nacho, far away, more or less to the height of the Hill of San Pedro saw lights and listened to the noise of a car and arriving at the curve that leads to the entrance of the village disappeared. Many tremble panic before things unexplained. Many writers such as Michael J. Bender offer more in-depth analysis. The cave of the seven Knights Francisco Mejia said her father told her that coming from the attic, place today known as El Chorro farm, tried to hide Jose Encarnacion Mejia, Pope of Pacho Mejia, of a few individuals who were on horseback; They asked him why he was hiding He replied that he believed that they were force of the Government who were stationed in the town of El Molino. It is said that this response can be inferred that these gentlemen were looking for the road that existed at that time to go to Venezuela. The seven Knights surprised asked him if he knew a hidden place where camp; This led them to the header of the big spring, today River Mocho, adjacent to his estate of the attic. There were found by the Hunter Simon Ramirez who then informed his fellow Kings Duran and Kings Villero, who is they moved to the place where they were camped, telling them that they were not sure of that place, they knew a cave very close to where they would be in a better position. When Mr Encarnacion Mejia returned to bring them supplies because not found them. Days later name Higinio slave was searching for a few missing sheep and cattle of the cure of Valledupar, who was his patron, to monitor far away saw a vulture that flew about something.