Actor anxious over health scare and silly psychic prediction

What’s the harm in dabbling with psychics? They can freak you out and give you unwarranted anxiety. It is unethical to tell someone they will die thanks to your unprovable nonsense “knowledge”.

Frankie Muniz second mini-stroke after psychics told him he would die aged 27.

Frankie Muniz has suffered a second mini-stroke – chillingly after a psychic told him he would DIE this year.

The 27-year-old admitted he was “happy” to be alive after his first health scare but had an obvious nervous energy when talking about the prediction of his death.

Frankie is “miserable” after experiencing another attack, nearly one year after overcoming his mini-stroke in December 2012.

In 2012, he was taken to hospital in Scottsdale, Arizona after his fiancée, Elycia Marie Turnbow, noticed he was having trouble speaking and understanding their conversations.

His tweet on November 25th

Did the psychic say he was going to die AFTER he’d had the first stroke? Hmm. We are not told. What a shame that he has been manipulated by the psychic. 27 is the magical age of “died too young” in Hollywood having claimed Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain and Jim Morrison, among others. It’s not really that impressive of a curse. But if it claims Muniz in the next few days, before he turns 28, on Dec 5, it may still only be a self-fulfilling prophecy. Good health to you, Frankie. Psychics are full of shit – hope that makes you feel better.

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  5 comments for “Actor anxious over health scare and silly psychic prediction

  1. Lagaya1
    November 27, 2013 at 2:05 PM

    This brings up another related topic… I’ve heard many times that a person is more likely to die in the weeks just before or after their birthday. Does anyone know if this is myth with a huge dose of confirmation bias, or if there really is a correlation? I can think of a few reasons why it could happen, but I wonder if it’s true at all?

  2. Bob
    November 27, 2013 at 2:24 PM

    The headline could have been, “PSYCHIC WRONG,” but I suspect the nitwit who made the prediction will count it as a hit. In this case, the psychic also had a little bit of a crucial bit of information, that is, a patient history of a client who has had a stroke, which may put someone at an increased risk. Muniz’s a creative guy. I hope he does well and shrugs off the nattering nabobs of negativity.

    • Lagaya1
      November 27, 2013 at 4:14 PM

      Bob! Never thought I’d hear you quote Spiro Agnew! (Although, he never called anyone a “trouser dumpling” as far as I know. That one is all yours.)

  3. Jim1950a
    November 27, 2013 at 2:27 PM

    Psychic meant his career would be dead.

  4. November 27, 2013 at 5:51 PM

    Many years ago, before I found my true self and was still influenced by supernaturalism, I was married to a woman who told me that she had once seen a psychic who told her before she got married that she would have three husbands and then no more. I was her third husband. I have no idea if she ever married again, but I always had the feeling that she believed and self-fulfilled that prediction by undermining our marriage.

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