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sally-morganPsychic Sally Morgan has never “used a hidden earpiece during her performance in order to receive instructions from her team which she then repeated on stage as if she had received them from the spirit world

And has just won a libel case against The Daily Mail on that particular subject.

This leaves three options.

According to Science journalist Tom Chivers:

1) She really is talking to dead people.

2) She is not really talking to dead people, but does genuinely believe that she is talking to dead people

3) She is not really talking to dead people, does not genuinely believe she is talking to dead people, but does want to convince other people that she is talking to dead people, at least partly for financial reasons.


YOU decide.

Sally Morgan isn’t listening to an earpiece. Bravo, Sally. Still telling people you’re talking to the dead, though? (Tom Chivers, Telegraph)

Daily Mail payout to Sally Morgan over psychic ‘scam’ article (BBC)

ap_sylvia_browne_amanda_berry_nt_130507_wgSylvia Browne (left) and  Amanda Berry

One of the world’s most recognizable self-proclaimed psychics was wrong yet again about the fate of a missing child, and her followers on social media are taking her to task.

Browne’s prediction about Amanda Berry’s fate was not the first child whose fate she attempted to explain, but her fans on social media are waiting for acknowledgment from the self-proclaimed spiritual leader.

As Jon Ronson wrote in his 2007 profile on predatory psychics, Browne has spoken face-to-face with many distraught parents and wrongly forecasted life or death. Shawn Hornbeck was a missing child whose parents were told by Browne that their son was buried between two boulders.


Cleveland abductions: fans lash out at Sylvia Browne over false prediction (Guardian)

Sylvia Browne


Psychic Wayne and fresh Irish prankster collide on telly last night (following Tonight with Vincent Browne).

The stuff of Legend.

Psychic Wayne And Will Smith: The Prankscript

Mystic Wayne: “Good morning who’s there?”

‘Will’: This is Will.

Wayne: “Will, how are you doing, what’s the question for me?”

Will: “I’m glad I got through to you Wayne. It’s a little complicated. I was brought up in America. you see many many years ago. I had a good time there. I wasn’t dangerous are anything like that. But the area I was born in was quite dangerous. I used to hang out in playgrounds and stuff and play basketball that kind of thing. Anyway I got into a fight one day and I got told that I had to move in with my aunty and uncle in a rich area in Ireland. I’ve been living with them my whole life. And I was just wondering if there was any chance I’ll be able to see my old gang because I don’t think they’re alive anymore, half of them probably, will I get to see my old crew back in Philadelphia.”

Wayne: “OK, I can’t answer obviously whether they’re alive or not. We can’t obviously do that thing. But let me just see what is going on with this situation, Will, if that’s OK.And see whether there i sum…have you…I mean obviously…have you though about going back? I mean you know where they all are or…”

Will: “Well, kind of. There was this one guy Jazzy Jeff and he used to DJ with me, you know I used to play some rap music there. I think he’s still around. to be honest with you, but I don’t know about the rest of them. I mean they were kind of a hard gang. I used to be messin’ with nodody. I used to be shooting out and playing some b-ball outside of the school. And then a couple of guys who were up to no good you know they started making trouble in my neighbourhood. I got in one little fight…”

Will: “Well look I’ve got to be honest with you I can see…you know how this is going to happen?.I think you’re going to get hold of them through social networking sites.”

Will: “Really?”

Wayne: “I feel something’s going spring up through there. And that person will know that person and that person…it’s a bit like that. I do feel if you try that avenue. I think you can find these people. I think they’re a lot nearer than what you think. But I also feel as well that…people change but people also forget.”

Will; “Yeah, I suppose…”

Wayne: “And you’re a different person. What you have got to understand is you’ve also moved on with your life. You’ve got new friends. You’ve made a new life for yourself.”

Will:”I have I suppose. I’ve been successful. I mean I used to like the rap music. It did well for me. I suppose there wasn’t much of a market for rap music in the 1980s for that kind of rap music so I got involved in entertainment here.”

Wayne: “Is that Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince?”

Will: Yeah yeah, do you know the guys?

Wayne: Yeah yeah yeah. Course.

Will: That’s me. I’m Will Smith.

Wayne: (penny drops) Oh, you’re Will Smith?

Will: “Yeah.”

Wayne: “Fantastic. Amazing.”

Will: “It’s cool, isn’t it?”

Wayne: “He’s Brilliant…Will Smith.”

Will: “One piece of advice: you should probably do up your bottom button because your belly’s hanging out.”

Wayne: “OK, thank you very much. Thank you very much for your call.”

Thanks Oisin Davis