And Then There Were None

Why does Fred Narracott think his passengers are odd?

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"Fred Narracott - that's the man who took the party out there - did say one thing that was
illuminating. He said he was surprised to see what sort of people these were. 'Not at all like Mr.
Robson's parties.' I think it was the fact that they were all so normal and so quiet that made him
override Morris' orders and take out a boat to the island after he'd heard about the SOS signals."

And Then There Were None