The death of Robin Williams

#1
Did any psychic predict the death of this comedic genius and fine actor known to many worldwide in a relevant time frame and manner of death? Predicting he would die without details isn't reason to suspect a prediction is psychically based. Just so you know.
 
#3
Not that I've heard. I think it would be interesting to learn that someone close to Robin experienced a crisis apparition, as my wife did when Whitney Houston died.
 
#5
I don't think one sees many personal predictions of death like that really. I can't think of any in recent times. I think that his struggles with depression and alcohol etc were quite well known too so in some ways it wouldn't have been ruled out which would have rendered a prediction somewhat moot, poor soul.

A great shame, he made me laugh a lot. It's sad to think he was in so much pain he did this.
 

Bart V

straw materialist
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#7
Death and Health Watch

Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Swarzenhagger, Conrad Black, Rob Ford, Kenney Rogers, Valerie Harper, the Pope, Catherine Zeta Jones, Ozzy Ozborne, Jack Nicolson, Drake, Nick Wallenda, Kim Jung Un, Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Penny Marshall, Hillary Clinton, Doris Day, Dario Franchaetti, Clint Eastwood, Willie Nelson, Paul Tracey, Brittany Spears, Latoya Jackson, John Walsh, Steven Harper, Burt Reynolds, David Hasselhoff (The Hoff), Bernard Madoff, Ex-President Mubarak of Egypt, Rupert Murdoch, Mickey Rooney, Kelley Osborne, Carol Channing, Lauren Bacall, Loretta Lynn, Fidel Castro, Billy Graham, Jerry Lewis, Kirk Douglas, Joanne Woodward, Debbie Reynolds, Barak Obama, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Larry King, Jimmy Carter, Barbara Bush, The Duke of Edinborough, Shirley Temple, Bob Barker, Keith Richards, Barry Manilow, Jackie Stallone, Charles Manson, Nancy Reagan, Ryan Seacrest, Leaders in Syria and Iran, Lindsay Lohan, Charlie Sheen, Bill Clinton, Howie Mandel, Jack Osborne, Hugh Hefner, Danny Glover, Betty White, Prime Minister of Australia, Woody Allen, Daniel Craig, Michelle Pfeiffer, Sharon Osborne, Michelle Williams, Heidi Montague, Dick Cheney, John Travolta, George Bush Sr., Regis Philbin, Robin Williams, Natalie Portman, George Bush Jr., Taylor Swift, Tony Bennett, David Letterman, Justin Beiber, Ru Paul, Selina Gomez, Tippi Hendren, Melanie Griffith, Mick Jagger, Ed Asner, Sean Coombs (Puff Diddy), Karl Lagerfield, Michael Douglas, Kreskin, Donald Trump, Cloris Leachman, Queen Elizabeth, Chaz Bono, Madonna, Pink, Harry Belafonte, Mary Tyler Moore, Princess Fergie, Shia La Bouef, Alice Cooper, Carol Burnett, Steven Tyler, Mark Anthony, Gordon Lightfoot, Avril Lavigne, Prime Minister of England, Chris Angel (Mindfreak), Ronnie Hawkins, Alex Trebek, Jay Leno, Paul McCartney, Anderson Cooper, Robert Evans, Barbara Streisand, Sir Richard Branson, Prince William, Prince Harry, Nicole Richie, Simon Cowell, David Copperfield, Desi Arnaz Jr., Jayne Meadows, Monty Hall, Dale Robertson, Angie Dickinson, David Letterman, Jay Leno, Jimmy Fallon, Christopher Plummer, Katherine Jackson, Joe Jackson, Brittany Spears, and Ralph Lauren.

It does not mean the above mentioned will pass but they might have to watch their health and also watch for danger in their life.
The year is eight months old and only one of these has died? What's up grim reaper?
 

Paul C. Anagnostopoulos

Nap, interrupted.
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#11
Even if they did, I doubt that they would come forward. Let's call it the "Sylvia Browne Effect." Anyone making any psychic predictions can reliably predict (without being psychic) that their character will be viciously attacked.
Ah then, that explains all the ridiculous public predictions that psychics make, along with all the help they try to give people with missing children and so forth.

http://www.sbsun.com/general-news/20131227/2014-predictions-from-a-psychic
http://paranormal.about.com/od/prophetsandprophecies/tp/Psychic-Predictions-for-2014.htm
http://www.mediumthomas.com/en/blog/116-the-year-ahead-139-psychic-predictions-for-2014.html
http://www.relativelyinteresting.com/2013-failed-forgotten-psychic-predictions/
http://www.taratarot.com/id183.html

~~ Paul
 
#19
I've heard that many times. No one has ever proved it because no one has ever bothered to find out how many she got right. As far as I've been able to discern, it's just another common skeptical character smear and nothing more.
What do you mean "common skeptical smear" it's plain for all to see that she made a ton of money off people, when she was clearly clueless. This isn't to say psi isn't real, but she was poison, and frankly, deserved all her criticism.
 
#20
I'm sure it "looks" thorough, but so what? So does a creationist paper criticizing evolution. CSI is so untrustworthy as a source that there is no point at all in citing them.
I can't believe you are actually defending brown. She charged hundreds of dollars and was flat out wrong a lot of the time. That to me is the definition of fraud. It's like paying 100 dollars to see Beethoven's symphony and instead we have a 12 year old girl's grade 3 violin recital.
 
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