Psychic Sylvia Browne returned to C2C to offer predictions and share tales from "the other side." Among her forecasts are the death of Saddam Hussein by the end of this year, a Democratic president elected in 2004, and the possible eruption of the volcano at Yellowstone within the next 3-4 months. "I think the whole thing is gonna blow," she said.
Differentiating her encounters with ghosts and spirits, Browne said that spirits have crossed over, while ghosts don't realize they've passed on and are caught between worlds, wondering why other people are occupying their spaces. Interestingly, she revealed that she can't sleep in a completely darkened room, as she witnesses too much "activity," but a little light diffuses the visible energy of ghosts.
Among the most haunted locations Browne has visited were the former homes of Bela Lugosi and Alfred Hitchcock. Lugosi's in particular, had disturbing ghosts that were drinking blood and shooting up, she said. She also recounted a "conversation" she had with Princess Diana shortly after her death, and was told the fatal car crash was not an accident and that the certain people didn't want her marrying into the Fayed family.