|The Detroit Free Press, March 31, 1898|
Charles Potter, head of the Bible Spiritualists, fought to have her released on several grounds through different courts but was unsuccessful. At an April 2nd hearing Dr. Bennett, Supt. of the Asylum, cautioned against an early release telling the court that Mrs. Wheaton had made significant progress and was on her way to sanity.
I have yet to track down the endgame in the matter but will update when I have done so.
|Detroit Free Press, April 3, 1898|