“As I look back it seems that I have always been interested in ghosts. Little did I think in those far-off childhood days in the early thirties that much of my life would be spend studying ghosts and haunted houses.”
Underwood in his study at the White House near Farnham in Surrey, typing next to a copy of No Common Task.
“I hesitate to accept that ghosts are evidence of an after-life. I think it is more likely that they are a natural phenomenon.”
“I have long been of the opinion that 98% of reported hauntings have a natural and mundane explanation.
It is the other 2% that have interested me for more than forty years…”