The municipality of Crespin wrote his history in the footsteps of its most famous citizen, the Occitan writer John Boudou (1920-1975). The author based in the village cemetery, leaving behind a considerable body of work that sent word to George Kremnitz a German university, "Boudou is one of the major writers of the modern world. If he had written in a dominant language, it is now known everywhere. " Author of stories having to frame the valley Viaur native John Boudou also wrote novels and poems. To popularize his work, editions of Rouergue undertook to translate into French all of his writings.
According to legend, the source rock of Lespinassole flows only around midnight the night of St. John.