Hoover took a special interest in Ernest Hemingway after the Cuban revolution. Hemingway had been living on the island for 20 years when, in 1960, he met with the newly victorious Castro to congratulate him and swap fishing stories. "Papa" soon returned to the United States and committed suicide less than a year later. He apparently had suspected he was under surveillance, having constantly complained to friends about being trailed and monitored. With no one believing his "paranoid" rantings, the Nobel Prize-winner has been proved correct by the unveiling of a 127-page file the Feds kept on him.