I've been doing work experience at The Independent since last Monday.
My first morning was very quiet and I was beginning to wonder whether I'd be given ANYTHING to do when Alice, the woman co-ordinating my work came over.
She said Johann Hari was on the line and wanted to know whether I could help him with some research for an article.
I was more than eager to do anything so she put him through to me.
Johann explained that he wanted to do a comment piece on Exorcism and would I track down an Exorcist for him to interview.
So began my mission.
I first rang up some specialist Catholic papers to see if they had any contacts of the Exorcist variety.
The first guy I spoke to was very helpful and gave me three numbers to try, but he warned me that they were about three years old.
Indeed they proved useless, some didn't even ring through.
So I rang another Catholic paper and was told that it was best if I rang each diocese individaully and asked them if they had an Exorcist.
So I started searching dioceses, in my quest I found a site with a map of Britain with links to each Catholic diocese on these shores.
The first diocese I tried said they would get back to me.
The second had a very lovely old woman who told me that yes they did have an Exorcist called Father Anthony Hayne and she kindly supplied me with his phone number telling me that if I didn't have any luck there was another retired Exorcist in the area that she could get in touch with for me.
I tried ringing Father Anthony Hayne and was greeted to his answer phone with a mobile number, the mobile number again gave me an answer phone message.
Undeterred I continued ringing round dioceses, mainly being told that they woukd get back to me after they had looked into it.
One guy that I rang in Wales rather angrily told me that the identity of Exorcists wasn't public and was only known by the Bishop.
I carried on and reached a guy in Glasgow who told me that they didn't have an Exorcist as such, but a priest who was considered most experienced was appointed if there were a need.
He said there hadn't been that need in Glasgow for twenty years.
During this endless stream of phone calls I also fired off some e-mails to Catholic friends in the vain hope that they could help.
One friend got back to me with details of a book on Exorcism, "The Dark Sacrament", by an Irish priest called David Kiely and in the course of my phone calls I uncovered another book and interview by Father Gabriele Amorth - The Church's Leading Exorcist.
So I'd rung every Catholic diocese in the country, e-mailed every Catholic friend I had and found out a bit about Exorcist literature.
It was now pretty much the end of the day, so I e-mailed Father Anthony Hayne's phone numbers to Johann along with all the other tit bits that I'd uncovered.
On Wednesday his comment piece came out.
I was delighted, he's managed to get through to Father Anthony Hayne all my effort hadn't been in vain.
Here's his final article: The devilish church practice of exorcism