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In 2004, TV psychic Sylvia Browne told Louwana Miller that her daughter Amanda Berry was dead

by | 7th, May 2013

Missing Women Found

IN 2002, Michele Knight vanished. She was 21. In 2003, Amanda Berry was working at a branch of Burger King in Cleveland, Ohio. She was 16. Tomorrow would be her 17th birthday. She disappeared. In April 2004, Georgina “Gina” DeJesus vanished on her way home from school. She was just 14.

What happened to them was a mystery.

On November 17, 2004, Amanda’s mother, Louwana Miller, appealed for help on the Montel Williams show. Psychic Sylvia Browne told Miller that Amanda was dead. She saw her in water “. Miller will see her daughter “on the other side, in Heaven”. Said Browne:

“She’s not alive, honey. Your daughter’s not the kind who wouldn’t call.”

The transcript  (not in full):

Montel Williams : My next guest needs to know what happened to her missing daughter. Now, this has been crazy, Sylvia…

Williams : On April 21st, 2003, 16-year-old Amanda Berry left her part-time job never to be seen again.

Louwana Miller : It was the day before her 17th birthday. She had just got off of work, and she was walking home. Then she said, `I got a ride. I’ll call you right back.’

Williams : Amanda never made it home that night. She was last seen getting into a vehicle with three men. Local law enforcement and FBI were immediately called in. The FBI, who had tapped the family’s home phone, discovered that the stranger had called from Amanda’s cell.

Miller : I got a phone call four or five days later, and they said, `Amanda’s with me. She’s fine, and I’ll have her home in a few days.’ And then a few days never came. It’s been a year and a half since I’ve heard anything from my daughter. I need to speak with Sylvia to see if she can help me find out where my daughter is.

Williams : To this day, Amanda Berry has never been found.

Sylvia Browne : Did she know of anybody by the name of…(censored).

Miller : I don’t–I don’t know. That don’t sound familiar.

Browne : Now, what I don’t understand is her jacket was in a dumpster. Because she’s wearing a jacket.

Williams : Was she wearing a jacket?

Miller : She had on a black, hooded jacket, yes.

Williams : Would that give a clue to who–I mean, obviously…

Browne : Oh, yeah.

Williams : …the last witness who saw her said three people?

Browne : Because with the–the “CSI” and everything else we have on now, the forensics–and I’m not trying to knock the police department, because I know they’re overloaded, and I work with a lot of them.

Williams : But did she not say, `I have a ride home,’ as if it was one person?

Miller : Right, she said,

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