Every year, Gene Emery (a reporter for the Providence Journal and columnist for the Skeptical Inquirer) collects the predictions made by psychics in the tabloids and holds onto them. At the end of the following year, he comes on my show to report on their accuracy and do something the publishers never do — hold them accountable. Today was the day I talked to Gene about which predictions were made for 2005, which ones came anywhere near being correct, and which predictions were so wild they qualify as the funniest fiction of the year.

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