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That’s my confession: On Saturday, I went see the Long Island Medium perform at Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center. –on TLC, I honestly expected to laugh or roll my eyes or I anticipated being utterly convinced that this New York middle-aged-stuck-in-the-1980s woman was a complete fake.

However, on Saturday afternoon, I did pay money to sit in the cheap seats and watch somebody else “talk to dead people.” At least, that’s what Theresa Caputo believes, that crossed over spirits come to her in hopes of reaching the loved ones they left behind on earth.

“Not for the person who has it, but for the ones who come into contact with them.” see the entire article on Cheat Sheet

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