Psychic and paranormal Sylvia Browne died


Renowned psychic Sylvia Browne, a leader in the paranormal world who appeared frequently on television and radio and also wrote dozens of top-selling books died on November 20th in a northern California hospital, according to her website.

Born on October 19, 1936, Browne was 77 years old. The cause of death has not been released as of press time.

Browne’s with husband Michael Ulery has two sons Christopher and Paul Dufresne, three grandchildren, Angelia, Jeffrey, and William; and Sister Sharon Bortolussi.

Her life was dedicated to helping people by being their spiritual guide by conducting private readings, finding about their past lives and having prayer groups all across the globe.

She dedicated her life helping others as a spiritual guide through private readings, past-life regressions and prayers groups that spanned the globe.

While beloved by many in the psychic community, Browne also had detractors. She published more than 50 books, 22 of them appearing on the New York Times Bestsellers List.

Her official biography states that almost thousands hypnotic regressions were conducted by her and also hundreds of trance sessions to help the people.

She explained on CNN’s Larry King Live that she both communicated with the dead and looked into the future. Browne was criticized in 2004 after telling the mother of Ohio kidnapping victim Amanda Berry that her daughter was dead.
Berry and two other women who had been held imprisoned for years were later found alive.

Browne said she believed in reincarnation and could help people speak with their dead loved ones as well as see the future. She said that it does not matter how you pray. It could only be talking to God as God knows your heart and soul.