|The Detroit Free Press, January 25, 1917|
Practically all of the curious who gathered in front of Celia's home Wednesday night were foreigners. Many had been there the night before, and, not seeing the rumored witchery then, they returned last night, bringing credulous friends.
The girl, much embarrassed by the report circulated widely in the west side foreign colony that she was endowed with extraordinary powers, remained in her home, with the blinds closely drawn, and would see no one.
Celia's parents blame spiteful relatives for her trouble. They say that they "started the talk" among people who did not know her.