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A happy email found on stop sylviabrowne.com
I was so glad to find your website. I have suspected that Sylvia Browne was a fake for years, but only had my own failed prediction as proof. Seven years ago I was a foolish, lonely young girl who was desperate to find the "one". I emailed Sylvia's "people" from her website, which clearly stated that Sylvia does not read her emails. I thought if I could just get her to answer this one question it would make me so happy. I was emailed back by a member of her church that said Sylvia had a program called a letter question. I could send just one question by letter and $50.00 to her office in California, and in about 6 weeks someone from her office would call with an answer. I immediatly sent a letter asking what is the name of the man I am going to marry. Six weeks later I received a phone call from someone in her office, she said Sylvia's exact words to my question where " Brett, B-R-E-T-T tall and slender, with a slender nose and full lips". I was elated, I thought "few, I am going to find the love of my life", but I did not know a Brett. I thought I will wait awhile and If I don't meet him soon, I will write back and ask when. Four months went by and I still no Brett, so I wrote back. In Dec of 2000 a member from her office called back and said " you will meet Brett in September", I was so excited I asked " September? This September" and the person on the phone, sharing in my joy said " yes this September". That was almost 7 years ago, and to this day I still have never meet a person named Brett. I held on to this for a long time, and anytime I meet a new man (still not married), I have a little voice in my head that says " your not Brett". I wanted to believe her so much.
Back in February, 2003, “psychics” Sylvia Browne and James Van Praagh were consulted by the parents of missing 11-year-old Shawn Hornbeck – Pam and Craig Akers. That young man just recently turned up – very much alive and well, in rather sharp disagreement with the prognostications of the humbug artists. The Hornbecks had talked February 11th with Sylvia Browne on the Montel Williams television show, where she informed them that Shawn was "no longer with us," which means “dead.” She said his body was in a wooded area “about 20 miles southwest of Richwoods, Missouri.” She said it would be near two large, jagged boulders that “seem out of place in that area,” and she added that the bicycle he was riding when he disappeared, is in a dump "in another state." As a result of Browne’s fruitless guess, intensive searches by hundreds of volunteers were conducted in the general area described by her, but naturally, with no success. Not even “jagged boulders” showed up, let alone the kid – until he was found and returned home on Friday, January 12th. He’d been gone for 1,559 days!
Let's look back to just one particularly cruel hoax perpetrated by this woman Browne. Years ago on Montel Williams' show, she spoke to the grandmother of a local missing child, a six-year-old named Opal Jo Jennings who disappeared from her home in north Texas in March of 1999. Browne told the distraught woman that the child was still alive but had been sold into white slavery and was currently being held in Japan. She even gave a city name, but there is no such city in Japan. Moving ahead three years and nine months, we find that the body of little Opal was recovered — just seven weeks ago; she had been killed by a blow to the head. Currently, there is a man in prison in Texas who has confessed to, and been convicted of, Opal Jo's abduction and murder.
In 1992, Browne and her estranged husband were indicted on several charges of investment fraud and grand theft. The Superior Court of Santa Clara County, California, found that Browne and her husband sold securities in a gold-mining venture under false pretenses. In at least one instance, they told a couple their US $20,000 investment was to be used for immediate operating costs. Instead, the money was transferred to an account for their Nirvana Foundation for Psychic Research. Browne pled no contest to securities fraud and was indicted on grand larceny in Santa Clara County, California on May 26, 1992.
Court documents show that Sylvia and her estranged husband Kenzil Dalzell Brown pleaded no contest to a felony charge of "sale of security without permit," made restitution, and received one year probation each. Dalzell's disposition included "County Jail 4 months with credit for time served of 21 days," while Sylvia's included 200 hours of community service.
Originally posted by Amelie
Whatever she is, she has Montell Williams sold, she's on that show every week.