Clint Eastwood once rode these dusty dirt tracks in search of wealth and revenge in films such as “The good, the bad and the ugly” or “A fist full of dollars”. Deep in the heart of Almeria in the south of Spain lies the desert of Tabernas, one of the driest places in Europe. To the South-East of the desert lies the village of Los Albaricoques and the now in ruins “El cortijo de los frailes”, a farmhouse built and run by Dominican monks in the 18th century. In 1928 a crime of passion was committed near the area which inspired Federico Garcia Lorca to write his famous play Blood wedding (Bodas de sangre). Now lost to the world all that remains is the white dust that is swirled around by a wind which sweeps through and holds within its breath memories and secrets of a time long gone.