Famed psychic Sylvia Browne dies at 77

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SAN JOSE, CA – Remember this psychic boo-boo?

“Do you think I’ll ever see her again? Yeah, in heaven, on the other side.”

That was Sylvia Browne with the mother of Amanda Berry, you know — one of the three held captive in Cleveland by Ariel Castro. Well, we all know Browne’s prediction was wrong. And, you have to wonder if she predicted her own departure.

Browne reportedly has died in a northern California hospital. She was 77.

Browne was known as a leader in the paranormal world, and she even founded the Nirvana Foundation for Psychic Research. And, hey, we’re not even counting her bundle of public appearances and top-selling books.

Browne said she first realized she was a little different when she was three years old. No one really knows her average when it comes to a lifetime of predictions, but we’re sure she wanted a Mulligan with this one.

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