Psychic Sylvia Browne Wrong On Two Kidnapping Cases


Just one year after Amanda Berry vanished, Sylvia Browne told Amanda’s mother, Louwanna Miller, “She’s not alive honey.”  Browne frequently appeared on The Montel Williams Show back then, and just a little more than a year after speaking with the famous psychic, Louwanna died of heart failure.

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Family says, Louwanna Miller literally died from a broken heart.  Amanda’s grandmother, Fern Gentry told Inside Edition, “When that lady told her that Amanda was dead, Louwanna couldn’t take it. That’s when she ran off the stage and ran out. She came home and she just couldn’t take it.”  Sylvia Browne gave a statement to Inside Edition saying she’s right more than she’s wrong.

It’s possible for psychics to be incorrect on their information, especially when giving it to a guest in a live studio audience.  Browne said of her mistake, “If ever there was a time to be grateful and relieved for being mistaken, this is that time.”  This isn’t the first public case that the infamous psychic was wrong on, she told Shawn Hornbeck‘s parents that he wasn’t alive either.

The 11-year old took off on a bike ride in 2002 and never returned home.  A year after his disappearance, his parents sought the help of psychic Sylvia Browne on The Montel Williams Show.  Shawn Hornbeck‘s mother asked, “Is he still with us?”  Browne answered, “No.”

Browne was wrong again, however and Shawn was rescued after being held in captivity for 4-years.  Shawn told Inside Edition, “My parents had a feeling I was alive and they never gave up.”  When asked, “What is your reaction when you hear about this psychic who predicted you were dead also said Amanda Berry was dead?”  Shawn, who’s now 21-years old, answered, “It just comes to prove that there are people out there who don’t exactly have that connection like they’d claim”

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SOURCE: Inside Edition

Psychic Sylvia Browne Wrong On Two Kidnapping Cases