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Psychic Browne #850605

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 30, 2007
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) An investigation into the claims by psychic Sylvia Browne, who missed on her predictions {"readings"} on "The Montell Williams Show" about the fate of kidnapped Missouri boy Shawn Hornbeck, presented; details given about some of the cases she spoke about. [In 2003, Shawn's stepfather Craig AKERS†- wonders about Shawn.] [Recently, AKERS - reacts to what Browne said.] [September 1, 1999, on "Larry King Live," BROWNE - says she works on police cases.] [In March of 1993, BROWNE - describes the bombing suspect.] [Had a Browne reading, Sharon JAMES†- talks about the 2003 phone "reading" about her missing son; states she was emotional at the time of her reading with Browne.] [StopSylviaBrowne.com founder Robert LANCASTER†- says Browne preys on people & she is evil.] Statement from Browne's Website quoted.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:05:30

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