BORN IN 1881, eminent Harley Street specialist, Wilde Reader in Mental
Philosophy at Oxford University, a keen inquirer into psychical research.
In two letters to The Times (May 7, 14, 1932) he wrote appreciatively
but guardedly of Rudi Schneider's powers and declared that they are worthy
of the closest scientific investigation. In a lecture delivered during the
jubilee celebrations of the SPR he reviewed the evidence collected and
examined by the society and declared that it was "sufficient to make
survival scientifically extremely probable."
Source (with minor modifications): An Encyclopaedia of Psychic Science by Nandor Fodor (1934).
Articles by William Brown on this website:
Personality and Psychical Research
Personality and Psychical Research (Part II)
Personality and Survival
of Bodily Death
Verbatim Report of a Sitting with Mrs. Osbourne Leonard