Movie aside, Westland Historical Commission presents 'real story' of Eloise
There are 2 comments on the Plymouth Township Observer story from May 5, 2014, titled Movie aside, Westland Historical Commission presents 'real story' of Eloise. In it, Plymouth Township Observer reports that:
The Kay Beard Building, which has housed the Eloise Museum, is slated to be closed this year by Wayne County.
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#1 May 5, 2014
Most of the numerous buildings are gone. This place was a small city at one time. Many pateints were buried across Michigan ave. Historical place but not exactly pristine buildings like greenfield village. Supposedly haunted.
#2 May 6, 2014
There's a million stories in the naked city and thousands from Eloise. Such was a time when even vaguely strange people were held in suspension at institutions. For some is was a prison. For others it was a sanctuary. For those in general society it meant not having to deal with abnormality and acting out. It was a safer time. Charles Manson was right. There was a time when being crazy meant something. It meant you'd be locked up. Now everybody is crazy.
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