Here’s for the superstitious and believers in crapology.

A year after Amanda Berry disappeared in Cleveland, her mother appeared on “The Montel Williams Show” (already a mistake. I hate those exploiters of humanity) to speak to a psychic about what happened to her daughter (Because being affiliated with a tv show must mean the ‘psychic’ is real).

Psychic Sylvia Browne, who has made a career of televised psychic readings (This cunty fraud is actually a famous psychic, I mean, con artist), told Louwanna Miller on a 2004 episode of the show that her daughter was dead (She played the odds, she figured that after all this time, more than likely she was dead. shame on her.), causing Miller to break down in tears on the show’s set.

“She’s not alive, honey,” Browne told Miller on the show, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer newspaper. “Your daughter’s not the kind who wouldn’t call.”

Miller told the newspaper that she believed “98 percent” in what Browne told her (Because those vultures prey on your insecurities). Miller died a year later from heart failure.

On Monday, Berry was found alive (Who could have seen this coming? Oh, maybe a psychic) after she broke free from a home in Cleveland where she says she has been kept for the past decade.

Browne did not return phone calls (Of course not. She needs an alibi. I hope she has a good PR agent) seeking comment today by ABC News. The Montel Williams show, through syndicator CBS, also did not return calls for comment (Because by association, the show sponsored this fraud). The show no longer airs new episodes.

It’s not the first time that Browne, and other psychics, have come under fire for their involvement in law enforcement cases.

In 2003, Browne incorrectly told the parents of missing teen Shawn Hornbeck that their son was dead, and his body could be found somewhere near “two jagged boulders,” according to her premonition (And you can see some “jagged” places almost anywhere. I bet it’s part of the general geography).

Nearly four years later, Hornbeck was found alive, and Browne was widely criticized in the media for causing the Hornbecks additional grief (Shame on the other lady to seek her out as well).

A website called “Stop Sylvia Browne,” dedicated to cataloguing Browne’s purported failures at prediction, sprang up in 2006 (Sweet! I’ll look at it now).

Last year, Dwayne Baker told ABC News that after his son went missing in 2007, he was flooded with calls from psychics offering potential leads into the whereabouts of Travis Baker (And i bet all the “leads” were different).

“It’s very hard,’ Dwayne Baker said. “I went through everything. My son was missing for two years, two months and 12 days. “Psychics called me. I even received a DVD in the mail that a guy claimed he could talk to the dead and this was Travis’ voice, with no return address (Heartless, immoral and unethical). I don’t understand why people would want to do that.”

“The psychics…” said Baker, 45, before pausing to let out a long sigh. “I hate to say how many of those called me and said they knew where Travis was. My mother and wife went to one and paid them $100.” (Huge mistake.)

Travis Baker’s remains were located in 2009.

Brad Garret, a former special agent with the FBI and ABC News consultant said that alleged tips from psychics rarely help solve a case.

“As far as finding a victim, finding remains, finding evidence or in any way helping to solve the case, it’s never been my experience,” he said. “So, it’s really a disservice to victims.” (Funny. They always claim that they help solve crimes. This should be considered theft)

“We’ve never had a psychic lead that turns out to be correct,” said Lt. Dave Parker, of the Anchorage, Alaska, police department, after 18-year-old Samantha Koenig went missing in February, 2012.

Today, Brown faced backlash on social media for her incorrect prediction (It’s not a prediction. It’s a guess) about Amanda Berry. It is unclear whether she has helped to solve a crime with her psychic predictions.

“Psychics make me sick. Here’s an example: Sylvia Browne told Amanda Berry’s Mum (now dead) her daughter was dead,” wrote Twitter user Chris McBriarty. (Sylvia Browne is a thief. But she knew I’d write this)

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