Browne has estimated an 87-to-90 percent success rate with cold cases, but Skeptical Inquirer did a 2010 analysis of 115 predictions she made on "The Montel Williams Show" and put her success rate at zero.
and this is so true , we saw it here in QLD with the Daniel Morcombe case
Parapsychology researcher Ben Radford, a deputy editor at Skeptical Inquirer, said that anytime there is a high-profile, missing-person case, psychics and mediums come out of the woodwork.
"We call them 'grief vampires'," he told HuffPost. "But every single time, the psychics fail to find the person."
and I think this is very wrong too, when a family is grieving and clutching at straws for answers, they will NOT hear those "OK to use " words..it's just morally wrong.
Browne is also drawing criticism from other psychics like Craig Weiler, who said Browne's callous prediction to Berry's now-deceased mom crossed a line, possibly doing "harm to the family." He advises mediums to use disclaimers.
"They need to say, 'this is my impression' or 'this is my truth,'" Weiler told HuffPost. "Something like 'this is what I feel' is OK ..."
my thoughts on the whole thing?
leave the families alone , stop giving false hope and let the authorities do their job!!