It is said that the mills and the houses of the millers have always been the object of interest of thieves. Usually, flour milling cost is not enough. Millers kept their money not in the bank but at the mill itself, but where exactly nobody knew except the miller. So there were fables that the miller died, he did not tell anyone about where the money was buried, and people's brains stirred the thoughts of the treasure. This is how the fate of this pleasant place began. The miller's son began to search for treasure in the old house.