- The Washington Times - Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Psychic Sylvia Browne, who appeared regularly on “The Montel Williams Show” and “Larry King Live,” has passed away. She was 77.

A message posted to Mrs. Browne’s Facebook page said she died at 7:10 a.m. Wednesday morning at Good Samaritan Hospital in San Jose, Calif.

Her son, Chris, confirmed to TMZ that she passed away this morning surrounded by family and friends.

“For nearly six decades, Sylvia Browne dedicated her life to helping others as a spiritual guide through private readings, past-life regressions and prayer groups that spanned the globe,” the Facebook message read. “Having been called upon to assist individuals, families, and law enforcement agencies across the U.S. and Canada on criminal investigations, she worked tirelessly as an advocate for justice, receiving several commendations for the positive impact her contributions provided.”

Montel Williams said in a statement that he will remember Mrs. Browne forever.

“I, like so many of you, lost a friend today,” he said. “But, as has been for the last twenty years, she’ll always remain a part of me. My thoughts and prayers go out to Sylvia’s family in this time of loss.”

Mrs. Browne is survived by her husband Michael Ulery, sons Christopher and Paul Dufresne, three grandchildren, Angelia, Jeffrey, and William; and her sister Sharon Bortolussi, the statement read.

Ms. Browne made headlines back in 2004 when she told the mother of kidnapping victim Amanda Berry, who had disappeared 19 months earlier, that her daughter was dead. Berry’ mother died two years later, and Berry was found alive in May 2013.

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