Woodruff, Maurice (1916–1973)
Famous clairvoyant whose American television shows attracted
a large audience. His syndicated column reached nearly
fifty million people and at the height of his career he was receiving
5,000 letters a week from individuals seeking advice.
He had a reputation for highly accurate predictions made
under any conditions, without special atmosphere or restrictions.
He forecast the end of the Vietnam War, the death of
President John F. Kennedy, and many other important world
events. He died from a heart attack January 28, 1973, while in
Singapore.