thought she was real even bought and read one of her books untill someone asked her how there son died she said he drowned but he actually died in the september 11 attacks now i know she cant be accurate but when the mother of the son told her that the look on sylvias face was total shock she quickly changed it of course and mumbled something like maybe he was still alive but when they went to hose out the fire he drowned because of that. but by the look of her face i could tell she was a fake
She's going to be at an event center near my home this weekend and my dad gets free tickets to every event, so I figured I'd give it a shot. I haven't seen her since Montel either, but I guess she's still around. I'd like a chance to talk to her about my Grams. I think it'll be neat to be able to ask her a question and know that I didn't give any information away and see what her response is.
At the very least, if she's fake, I didn't have to pay for tickets.
I'm going to see Sylvia Browne on Friday night and I want to be someone that talks to her (not giving anything away so I can believe what she says to me).
What do you think about her?
I like her and really enjoy learning, but I can't say I believe the same way she does. In some very small areas, I do, but the majority of what she believes in doesn't always match up with mine. I have a ton of her books and am highly interested in what she has to say! It's not that I think her gift is fake. I think it's possible that she may have taken SOME of her gift out of context, but I can't say for sure. I just think it's possible. However, I do believe she has some kind of gift--whether or not it's exactly as intense as she claims, I don't know, but I think there's something there.
I don't believe that she's true, but there is something in my heart that wants/wishes someone could contact a deceased loved one.
I feel the same way! A fam member of mine was murdered over a year ago in a very... gruesome way and I've really felt that things were left... unfinished? Would love it if the gift Sylvia says she has is real! I ain't into the quija boards though.