I was cleaning out my emails when I found this illustration I did in '07 for the Skeptical Inquirer. The article was about one of Browne's bigger psychic blunders in which she told the family of a missing son who had been gone for four years, he was dead. A spokesman for the family said Browne also tried to get money from the family to continue their discussion. However, the missing child and another boy were found alive shortly after Browne's reading. She was also completely inaccurate when describing the boy's abductor.
The illustration depicts Browne as a carnival "guesser". Obviously not a "real psychic".