Among the saddest stories surrounding the rescue of Amanda Berry and two other women in Cleveland, Ohio, is the fact that Berry’s mother passed away without knowing that her daughter was still alive. During a TV appearance in 2004, psychic Sylvia Browne told Louwana Miller that her daughter was “in heaven and on the other side.” Miller died a year later of heart failure, though relatives say she died from a broken heart.
@Sylvia_Browne Also, what is your response to those who criticized your saying to Amanda's mother that her daughter was dead?
— fox8news (@fox8news) May 7, 2013
Our prediction? Browne won’t have a lot to say until comments like these blow over — and these are the nicer ones.
— Lou's Land (@LousLand) May 7, 2013
Hi @Sylvia_Browne, mate. I'm confused. You told Amanda Berry's family she was dead. What happened, you horrible old grief-devouring fraud?
— Stuart Millard (@franticplanet) May 7, 2013
@Sylvia_Browne Used to love U – now since Amanda Berry – not so much. Stop breaking hearts. It is wrong & it hurts parents of missing kids.
— A Conservative Who Loves America! (@DRNAuthor) May 7, 2013
— Jess Brown (@ye5_j355) May 7, 2013
— Dan D. (@fakewindow) May 7, 2013
Thanks @Sylvia_Browne for proving what rational people already knew, that all psychics are vultures who pray on vulnerable people with BS.
— krull1981 (@krull1981) May 7, 2013
— Craig Good (@clgood) May 7, 2013
In breaking news; psychic @Sylvia_Browne turns out to be a massive fraud and a despicable human being. But she probably saw that coming.
— Mark Johnston (@MarkJohnston388) May 7, 2013