Sylvia Brown’s 50th anniversary tour

The World’s Most Renowned Psychic and Spiritual Teacher SYLVIA BROWNE returns to Las Vegas on her 50th Anniversary Tour with a limited engagement at the Imperial Palace, February 28 – April 19

Las Vegas audiences will have the opportunity to witness the unbelievable as psychic icon Sylvia Browne brings her unique one-woman show and lecture to the Human Nature Theatre at the Imperial Palace for a limited engagement, February 28 to April 19, 2012.

These extraordinary stage presentations are part of Sylvia Browne’s 50th Anniversary Tour, marking a transcendent career as a psychic and spiritual teacher that spans five decades, 27 books on the New York Times Bestseller List, appearances on Larry King Live, the Montel Williams Show, and lectures at countless venues around the globe that have helped millions of people gain control of their lives, live happily and better understand the meaning of life.

Tickets for this unforgettable psychic and life-altering event are $75 or a VIP package for $125 that guarantees the ticket holder the opportunity to ask Sylvia Browne a question during the live show.


Source: PR Newswire

Ms. Brown is one of the most disliked psychics by the critical thinking community. Want to know why? Here are some things you may not know (and she does not want you to know) about Sylvia Brown.

She has broken three promises made on international television to take the JREF One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge.

Her success in solving crimes is 0% .

And for all else on Sylvia Brown, go here.

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  2 comments for “Sylvia Brown’s 50th anniversary tour

  1. LobsterTrouble
    February 16, 2012 at 2:41 PM

    This woman literally makes me feel sick. She is an unprincipled amoral crook. How can people be so naieve? I had a housemate who was proud of her Sylvia Brown book collection. Out of curiosity I would occasionally peruse one, and my faith in humanity died a little every time I did. Can’t someone put a stop to this fraud?

  2. Scott Godlewski
    February 17, 2012 at 10:48 AM

    I predict she’ll make a ton of cash off of gullible morons.

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