|Detroit Free Press, February 1, 1938|
Nicholas Nadolski might have been familiar with such characteristics in his own family. In a 1938 divorce hearing he disclosed that his wife Lucy and their four children had him falsely confined to Eloise in 1931 out of "hate and vindictiveness." A matter which was quickly overturned by the courts but obviously caused a chasm in the family unit. Of course, he was probably inebriated at the time of his detention and it took an additional seven years to file for freedom from marital bliss so something tells me that an old grudge wasn't the only thing working in this matter.