In 2010, the Skeptical Inquirer published a detailed three-year study by Ryan Shaffer and Agatha Jadwiszczok that examined Browne's predictions about missing persons and murder cases. Despite her repeated claims to be more than 85% correct, the study reported that "Browne has not even been mostly correct in a single case." The study compared Browne's televised statements about 115 cases with newspaper reports and found that in the 25 cases where the actual outcome was known, she was completely w
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 COVID-19 pandemic (she claimed "a severe
Wrong, it's Covid-30 as Covid-19 was predicted by Sylvia Browne: "In around 2020, a severe pneumonia-like illness will spread throughout the globe, attacking the lungs and the bronchial tubes and resisting all known treatments--then reappear ten years later."
COVID-25 is already setup to be Bad!! How can you say it's a mysterious virus if you gave it the Covid name? Either you know what it is and it's not a mysterious virus or it's something that's not Covid and you have no clue what it is.But seeing the crows or ravens in the picture has me thinking it's about Corvidae and not Covid itself. All in all it's just another fear based show trying to bank in on the current pandemic.