“Long Island Medium” Theresa Caputo is approached by departed loved ones of audience members, including a husband who wanted to thank his wife for allowing him to leave the world with dignity and grace, and a soul who reached out to communicate with his mother and girlfriend.
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'Long Island Medium' shares lessons learned from communicating with the dead
Video: Theresa Caputo, better known as, "The Long Island Medium" demonstrates her eerily-accurate abilities on TODAY producers and she discusses her new book: “You can't make this up” and how anyone can connect with their departed loved ones. Read more on Today.com
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Is The Long Island Medium A Phony? Reality Star Theresa Caputo Subject Of …
“I was a Theresa Caputo believer and watched every one of her shows,” the former fan continues. “My young daughter died this summer and I needed to believe in something. After tonight, I am no longer a believer. There were many grieving people there, … Read more on Radar Online
Acclaimed psychic-medium and earth mysteries investigator Betsey Lewis describes in Communicating with The Other Side her profound paranormal experiences since eight-months-old. It all began with a close encounter on a lonely road with her parents and two missing hours. At age three she talked to invisible friends; describing them and hearing their messages—only meant for her. At age seven she was chased home from school by a giant silver disk, and one year later her grandfather passed away an