JP writes: “Teresa of Long Island says she is Roman Catholic and displays Our Lady in her front yard. She seems sincere and is generous with her ‘gift’. Her readings do comfort people in their grief. Please share your views.”
ES writes: “I have a friend who lost her daughter to cancer. She was going to be 13 years old the past May. The father sells cookware for a living. One day, he went in to see his boss and the boss’ wife happened to be in the office. Even though she knew nothing about the death of his daughter, she told him: ‘Senor Flores, I see a girl next to you leaning into your shoulder. Who is she?’ . . .
Yes, there is such a thing as a ghost. Disembodied souls can and do appear to humans at God’s command, but what about ghosts that appear to mediums and during seances?
RM writes: “I used to love the Long Island Medium show because Teresa Caputo seems so real, but my friends say she’s a phony who uses typical tricks to fool the audience into thinking she’s connecting with their deceased loved ones. Is this true?”
The same network that hosts The Long Island Medium has decided to venture further into their whimsical misrepresentation of mediumship by launching a second reality show based on the dark art, this one called “Mama Medium.”