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Sylvia Celeste Browne was an American author who claimed to be a medium with psychic abilities. She appeared regularly on television and radio, including on The Montel Williams Show and Larry King Live, and hosted an hour-long online radio show on Hay House Radio.
Browne was frequently discredited and faced criticism for making pronouncements that were later found to be false, including those related to missing persons. She was also a convicted criminal, having faced theft charges in 1992. Despite the considerable negative publicity, she maintained a large following until her death in 2013.

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Sylvia Celeste Shoemaker

October 19, 1936

Kansas City, Missouri, United States
Died November 20, 2013 (aged 77)

San Jose, California, United States
Occupation Self-described psychic and medium, author
Spouse(s) Gary Dufresne (1959–1972; div.)
Kenzil Dalzell Brown (1973–?; div.)
Larry Lee Beck (?–2002; div.)
Michael Ulery (2009–2013; her death)

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Sylvia Browne Age

She was 77 years old

Sylvia Browne Early life

Sylvia Browne grew up in Kansas City, Missouri, the daughter of William Lee and Celeste (née Coil) Shoemaker. Her father held several different jobs, working at times in mail delivery, jewelry sales, and as a vice president of a major freight line. Browne was raised mostly as a Catholic and was said to have an Episcopalian mother, a Lutheran maternal grandmother, a Jewish father, and relatives from all these faiths.
Browne claimed she started seeing visions at the age of five, and that her grandmother, who she also claimed was a psychic medium, helped her understand what they meant. Browne also claimed her great-uncle was a psychic

Sylvia Browne Personal life, Married, Husband, Children

Browne married four times. Her first marriage, from 1959 to 1972, was to Gary Dufresne. The couple had two sons, Paul and Christopher. She took the surname Brown upon her third marriage and later changed it to Browne. Her fourth marriage took place on February 14, 2009, to Michael Ulery, the owner of a jewelry store.
In March 2011, the Society of Novus Spiritus, the Gnostic Christian Church founded by Browne, announced that she had suffered a heart attack on March 21 in Hawaii, requesting donations on her behalf.medium and was “rabid about UFOs”.

Sylvia Browne Career

Browne started to give psychic readings in 1974. As of 2008, she charged $750 for a twenty- to thirty-minute telephone session. In 1986, she founded a “Gnostic Christian” church in Campbell, California, known as the Society of Novus Spiritus. She was also head of the Sylvia Browne Corporation and Sylvia Browne Enterprises. In a 2010 interview, Browne’s business manager said that her businesses earned $3 million a year.
Browne claimed to have observed Heaven and angels. She also professed the ability to speak with a spirit guide named “Francine” and to perceive a wide range of vibrational frequencies.

Sylvia Browne Books

Main article: Sylvia Browne bibliography
Browne was the author of over forty books on paranormal and spiritual topics.

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Sylvia Browne False predictions

Browne made many public pronouncements that were subsequently proven false. Among the more notable incidents were the following:
In 2002, Browne informed the parents of 11-year-old Shawn Hornbeck, who had disappeared earlier that year, that he had been kidnapped by a dark-skinned Hispanic man with dreadlocks and was now deceased. Hornbeck was found alive in 2007; his kidnapper was Caucasian and short-haired. In June 2008, the UK television network ITV2 was sanctioned by Ofcom for re-airing the episode of The Montel Williams Show featuring Browne’s original prediction.
In November 2004, Browne told the mother of kidnapping victim Amanda Berry, who had disappeared nineteen months earlier: “She’s not alive, honey.” Browne also claimed that Berry was “in water”, and that she had had a vision of Berry’s jacket in the garbage with “DNA on it”. Berry’s mother died two years later believing her daughter had been killed. Berry was found alive in May 2013.
On Larry King Live in 2003, Browne predicted she would die at age 88. She died in 2013, at age 77.

Sylvia Browne Popularity

Browne cultivated a large following: in 2007, she had a four-year waiting list for readings by telephone. That same year, hundreds of people joined Browne on a cruise, each paying thousands of dollars for psychic readings. Many of her books became staples on The New York Times Best Seller list.
Browne attracted media attention seven years after her death when social media users claimed that a prediction in her 2008 book End of Days referred to the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic (she claimed “a severe pneumonia-like illness” would spread “around” 2020). News coverage of the alleged similarity appeared in March 2020 and was picked up by celebrities with large social media platforms such as Kim Kardashian. Investigator Benjamin Radford and others dismissed the one-paragraph prediction as too generic, and actually more akin to the 2003 SARS epidemic than to COVID-19. Radford said that as Browne had produced predictions by the thousands, “the fact that this one happened to possibly, maybe, be partly right is meaningless.”

Sylvia Browne Criticism

Browne was frequently condemned by skeptics. Robert S. Lancaster maintained an exhaustive record of her inaccurate predictions and criminal activity, and described her pronouncements relating to missing children as “incredibly offensive”. Jon Ronson, who called Browne “America’s most controversial psychic”, wrote that she was often “psychically wrong” and made “a fortune saying very serious, cruel, show-stopping things to people in distress”. Fox News noted that she was “often criticized for her predictions”; Browne also garnered disapproval from others who claim to be psychics.

Sylvia Browne Death

Browne died on November 20, 2013, aged 77, at Good Samaritan Hospital in San Jose, California. Her interment was at Oak Hill Memorial Park.

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Estimated Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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Income Source Self-described psychic and medium, author



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Occupation Self-described psychic and medium, author

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Wife, Spouse, Partner Gary Dufresne (1959–1972; div.)
Kenzil Dalzell Brown (1973–?; div.)
Larry Lee Beck (?–2002; div.)
Michael Ulery (2009–2013; her death)