Scott Hardie | April 3, 2003
For anybody who, like me, finds amusement in the proven mistakes of professed psychics: Sylvia Browne claimed on "Montel Williams" that a middle-aged Pennsylvania woman, who had gone missing in 2000, was confused but alive in a Florida nursing home. Too bad the police think they found her corpse a few miles from her home, having rested there all along.

Lori Lancaster | April 4, 2003
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