In his later years Ernest Hemingway became depressed and irritable, assuring friends and relatives that he was being followed everywhere by FBI agents. Several times the writer was treated at a psychiatric clinic, where he also phoned friends, saying that the House placed bugs, and listen to their conversation. Under the influence of electric shock, he lost the ability to write and articulate their thoughts as best I could do it before. Finally, July 2, 1961 Hemingway committed suicide with a gun in his house. Several decades later, the FBI has been made an official request for the case of the writer, in that the answer came: surveillance and listening took place, including in the mental hospital, because it seemed suspicious to the authorities active in Cuba.