If Sogokope is off the beaten track, and Denu is way off the beaten track, our final stop for the weekend barely has a track. Pius has been intrigued by anecdotal stories of villages in an area called Wudoaba, also near the Togo border, but north. The stories suggest there are a great number of clefts in the area, more than expected by the population. He has done a preliminary study, but really wants to do an extended survey/study. I may try to find a way to help him do this. Stories abound in this village area that there are many who speak poorly. Also, once a week a market is held at night. No one has ever encountered this in Africa, the suggested reason being that the people who come don't want to be seen because of their clefts. There is much superstition in this complex of villages. Although I am personally skeptical, the circumstantial evidence is of interest.