Dangerous When Disturbed, Otherwise Quite Harmless
Detroit Free Press, December 30, 1931
I think that phrase could be used for any of us but we aren't mental charges. Not yet anyway. Lafayette Willis was not only a patient but a genial one at that. He would talk to anybody about anything. Except for the fact that he was busting out of Eloise. Which he did in late December of 1931. If would be fitting if I said that he was never heard from him again but I don't know that to be true. In fact, I don't know anything about him except for what the article relays.