‘Psychic’ Jew Scam-Artist Sylvia Browne Finally Dead

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 21, 2013

Sylvia Browne, typical lying Jew.
Sylvia Browne, typical lying Jew.

The scamming ‘psychic’ Sylvia Browne (Sylvia Celeste Shoemaker), who typified the Jewish racial soul by literally getting paid to lie, is finally dead at 77.

She was famous for making totally wrong psychic predictions, but continued to be promoted by the Jewish establishment anyway.

Browne was a regular guest on with Jew Larry King and Jew Art Bell throughout the 1990s. She wrote, or rather had ghostwritten, dozens upon dozens of books attacking Christianity and promoting a form of primitive, subhuman spiritualism. By 2008, she was charging $850 for 20 minute phone calls, where she would allegedly tell peoples’ fortunes.

Here are a few of the more publicized incidents of this Jewess lying to people about serious matters for money:

In 1999, Browne said that six-year-old Opal Jo Jennings, who had disappeared a month earlier, had been forced into slavery in Japan. Later that year, a local man was convicted of kidnapping and murdering Jennings. In 2003, an autopsy of Jennings’ remains found that she had died within hours of her abduction.

In 2002, Browne said that Holly Krewson, who had disappeared in 1995, was working as an exotic dancer in a Hollywood nightclub.  In 2006, dental records were used to positively identify a body found in 1996 in San Diego as that of Holly Krewson.

In 2002, Browne said that Lynda McClelland, who had disappeared in 2000, had been taken by a man with the initials “MJ”; was alive in Orlando, Florida; and would be found soon. In 2003, McClelland’s son-in-law David Repasky, who had been present at Browne’s reading, was convicted of murdering McClelland; her remains were found near her home in Pennsylvania.

In 2002: Browne told the parents of 11-year-old Shawn Hornbeck, who had disappeared earlier that year, that Shawn was dead and had been kidnapped by a dark-skinned man with dreadlocks.  Hornbeck was found alive in 2007; his kidnapper was Caucasian and short-haired.

In 2004, Browne said that Ryan Katcher, a 19-year-old who had disappeared in 2000, had been murdered, and his body could be found in a metal shaft. In 2006, Katcher’s body was found in his truck at the bottom of a pond, where he had drowned.

In November 2004, to the mother of kidnapping victim Amanda Berry, who had disappeared 19 months earlier: “She’s not alive, honey.” Browne also said she had a vision of Berry’s jacket in the garbage with “DNA on it.” Berry’s mother died two years later. Berry was found alive in May 2013.On Larry King Live, Browne predicted she would die at the age of 88, but she died at age 77.

As most of her predictions involved whether or not someone was dead, you would think she would have been right around fifty percent of the time, but in fact she was not, which makes one wonder if perhaps she actually did have psychic powers, and was lying to people on purpose.