Sunday, December 19, 2010

Syvlia Browne fans - why so quiet?

A quick look at my Sitemeter statistics at the foot of the page tells me that by far the overwhelming number of visitors to my blog are people who search for some variation of "Sylvia Browne 2010 predictions". And I mean overwhelming. In fact, almost every visitor to the blog comes from someone searching for Sylvia Browne's 2010 predictions. Yet none of them seem to stay very long once they get to my page talking about Sylvia Browne's 2010 "predictions" and only one person has ever left a comment that tried to defend her.

Why is that? No-one wants to defend the indefensible? They don't like having their delusions shattered so disappear in a huff? They think I'm wrong? They have absolute proof of Browne's powers so ignore the ranting of a know nothing skeptic? Or are they scared? Are they scared that the house of cards they built and called their belief system will come tumbling down if just for one moment they actually have to think about what they believe? Is it because deep down they know I am right about Browne and people like her?

Are these people so scared of having to think that they run away every time they are challenged?

Why are Sylvia Browne's fans so quiet?

Here's what I think - Browne's fans don't have an answer to what skeptics say about her, so they just ignore the criticisms and hope they go away because they can't handle the truth. Reality is just to scary for them.

Browne fans: prove me wrong. Have the guts to actually say something that isn't a childish insult or unthinking devotion.

I dare you.


  1. I don't know how anyone can defend this bitch after the Shawn Hornbeck deal.

  2. Given the number of her failures I think that if there is a threshold beyond which people stop believing her then it is set ridiculously high. Hell, this post gave a spike in the number of visitors in the last 24 hours and still no-one has the guts to try and defend her. Reminds me of this:

    I'm not listening.

  3. I can only speak for myself - I consider myself a skeptic (even though I likely wouldn't fit your personal definition) and love reading the bountiful dirt on Sylvia Browne. I searched for Sylvia Brown Prediction 2010, and there was your blog.

    Keep up the good work.