People living here hold fast to their Hunnic origins. Mihály Horváth gave full account of these people who seem to be bearing connections in their place names with the Magyar language, like Penszék, Kuimez, Luk, Náva, Návaszék, Kalló, Barma, Feja etc. He strongly urged experts to study their language, customs and history while they can still be found.
Karl Anton Fischer researched this group of people and found that their customs closely resemble the customs of the Székely (Sicul) people who too believe that they are of Hunnic origin. They live very secluded lives, don’t intermarry with other ethnic groups. They build their houses like the Székelys and inscribe the front of the house with: “Gloria Amen” resembling the Székely inscription “Blessed be who come in, blessed are those who leave”. They call their sacrificial stones “szervágó” – which is clearly a Hungarian word. They have rovás (runic) inscriptions on the inside beams of the houses.
These Huns of the Eifisch valley deserve fuller attention from the scientific community.
 "Századok" periodical, year 1881
A fenti kép a Nemzeti Hírhálóban található.