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Sylvia Browne

Let's discuss everyone's favorite psychic! Most of you know by now the story of her telling a family on television that their son was dead, (she came up with some elaborate story about how this came to be), and the kid was found alive two years later. Anderson Cooper, has kept up with the Sylvia Browne saga for a number of years now. Anyway, I found this little nugget on Wikipedia. Pretty interesting. "She was married to Gary Dufresne from April 1959 until 1972. in that time she moved to Kansas City, Missouri. Dufresne said in a February 10, 2007 interview that he does not think Sylvia has any paranormal abilities, and that she admitted it, saying that the gullible deserve to be taken advantage of. Dufresne again called Browne a "fraud" in a 2010 interview with KMOV-TV." "In 1992, Browne and her estranged husband, Kenzil Dalzell Brown, 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 had sold securities in a gold-mining venture under false pretenses. In at least one instance, they told a couple their $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 pleaded no contest to securities fraud and was indicted on grand larceny in Santa Clara County, California on May 26, 1992. Browne and Brown 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." Try to find good videos of Sylvia on Youtube and post them! The funnier, the better!

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