To recap, I asked the question: I love Sylvia Browne, have read some of her books and watch her on Montel. I was very disappointed to read about a past life regression mentioned in her newest book, however. In the affidavit from C., she says Sylvia told her she was burned at the stake as a witch in the late 1600s. I cannot believe that no one on her staff, the editors, or anyone reading her drafts would not have caught that obvious error. No one was burned at the stake in Salem for being a witch. There were 19 hangings and one that was pressed to death. I had previously believed in Sylvia and wanted to get a reading for myself. Now I am very confused. I don't want to disbelieve for one error but this was a big one. Do you have an explanation? Here is what they replied: How do you know some were not burned? Just because it’s not in the History books doesn’t mean it didn’t happen. I thought that was very lame and replied back: I do believe Sylvia has a gift. She also admits that she can't be 100% right all the time. Obviously, you believe she has the power to rewrite history now. Should I believe those lunatics that say the holocost never happened too? History books can't be wrong all the time? Please! ______________ That lady's answer scared me - it felt like she was in a cult or something. With this type of answer, Sylvia can be 100% all the time even with outrageous claims. She can just say that "just because it isn't in the history books, doesn't mean it didn't happen". What do you guys think?